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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About Brenda Hiatt

Brenda Hiatt is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of twenty-three novels (so far), including historical romance, traditional Regency romance, time travel romance, and young adult science fiction romance. In addition to writing, Brenda is passionate about embracing life to the fullest, to include scuba diving (she has over 60 dives to her credit), Taekwondo (where she is currently pursuing her 4th degree black belt), hiking, traveling…and reading, of course!

About the Series: The Saint of Seven Dials
For years, all of London has known of the legendary Saint of Seven Dials, that shadowy figure who steals from the rich to give to the poor. To the denizens of London's slums and rookeries, he is worshiped as a hero and savior, while the gentlemen of the ton curse and scowl whenever his name is mentioned. His infamous calling cards are only proof of his impudence, they say, and an embarrassment to master and servant alike when they appear in place of purloined valuables.

The ladies of London Society are torn, sympathizing with their fathers and husbands even as they sigh over the mysterious, romantic thief. What sort of man must he be, to take such risks for such a noble cause? they wonder. But though his identity is shrouded in secrecy, his fame continues to spread . . .

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Review by: Dylanne Enough on July 12, 2016 :
LOVED IT!
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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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