Rogue's Honor

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A lady disguises herself as a maid to avoid a marriage that would snatch away her inheritance, only to be aided in her escape by a seeming servant who is in fact the legendary Regency Robin Hood, the Saint of Seven Dials. Love is the last thing either of them needs just now, but when was love ever wise? More
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Words: 99,440
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465974969
About Brenda Hiatt

Brenda Hiatt began writing in 1988, an Army wife at home with two preschool children. She promised herself that if nothing sold before her youngest began school she'd get a "real job," so she was thrilled to sell a Regency romance novel to Harlequin six months ahead of that deadline. Originally from Virginia, Brenda received degrees in Biology and Psychology from the College of William and Mary, in Williamsburg, before attending graduate school at Texas A&M University. She has since lived in Hawaii, South Carolina, Texas, and now Indiana.

Brenda now writes full time and lives in Indianapolis with her husband and two daughters. To date, she has published six Harlequin Regency Romances, one Harlequin Superromance, two single title historical romances with HarperCollins and six historical romances with Avon Books. Brenda's first single title historical romance, SCANDALOUS VIRTUE, received rave reviews in Publisher's Weekly and other media and was named Best Romance Novel of 1999 by the American Book Readers Association. She prides herself on her thorough historical research, and when she takes a break from the past, Brenda embraces the future by teaching writing classes on the Internet.

An active member of Romance Writers of America since 1990, Brenda participates every year in RWA's Readers for Life Literacy Autographing, which since 1990 has raised over $300,000 for adult literacy. Brenda has also served as President of Novelists, Inc, an international organization of over 600 multi-published novelists.

Brenda's titles include:

THE RUNAWAY HEIRESS -- Avon, June 2005

TAMING TESSA -- Avon, September 2004

WICKEDLY YOURS -- Avon, November 2003

INNOCENT PASSIONS -- Avon, February 2003

A REBELLIOUS BRIDE -- Avon, April 2002

ROGUE'S HONOR -- Avon, July 2001

SHIP OF DREAMS -- HarperCollins, April 2000

SCANDALOUS VIRTUE -- HarperCollins, June 1999

AZALEA -- Harlequin "Regency Diamonds," August 1994

BRIDGE OVER TIME -- Harlequin Superromance, April 1994

A CHRISTMAS BRIDE -- Harlequin Regency, December 1993

DARING DECEPTION -- Harlequin Regency, July 1993

LORD DEARBORN'S DESTINY -- Harlequin Regency, February 1993

THE UGLY DUCKLING -- Harlequin Regency, September 1992

GABRIELLA -- Harlequin Regency, March 1992

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Review by: Dylanne Enough on July 12, 2016 :
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Review by: Elisabet Jansson on Sep. 11, 2015 :
This book was GOOD. I'm no big fan of Regency so I wouldn't know if there were any minor historical inaccuracies, but as far as the story goes, I couldn't put the book down for my life. It got interesting on the first page, and just as you thought you knew where you were, something new and unexpected happened... on every single page. This is definitely a book I would recommend to anyone who likes a fast-paced, engaging story.
Here's from someone who started the book looking for an evening's relaxation and ended it with a smile at 4 a.m. after over 5 hours of nonstop reading. Thanks, Brenda Hiatt - I now have a crick in my neck and a lot of sleep to catch up on - but it was all so totally worth it that I had to sign in and write this review first thing when I (finally) woke up.
*sighing wistfully
I wish I could write as well.
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Review by: CaroleL on July 19, 2015 :
An absolute must read! I could hardly put this down.
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Review by: nanette brumfield on Dec. 29, 2012 :
excellent book!!! i enjoyed it from start to finish!! beautiful story and wonderful ending!!
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