The Right Kind of Rogue, is a perfect, light-hearted historical romance. It is playful, fun and well-done!
I don’t normally dig jealousy, for example, but Hart’s worked on me, largely because he was still so clueless that it was adorable. I loved how strong the friendship is between Meg and Sarah (and even Lucy), but I found the conflict between the two families to be a tad overblown (as in Montague and Capulet overblown) but it gave Hart a fabulous moment of defending his beloved in the conclusion, so I took it in stride. Overall, if you’re in a part of the world where the days are growing shorter and you’re looking for a solid historical read to enjoy in front of the fire, and find any of the tropes contained in this book enjoyable, one-click and enjoy The Right Kind of Rogue.
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Grade: BCheck Review