Rules of Scoundrels series

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No Good Duke Goes Unpunished

This was a truly wonderful story of revenge and redemption, the darkest of the three books that have as yet appeared in this series. In Temple, Ms MacLean has created possibly her most engaging, heart-breakingly gorgeous hero so far, which is really saying something given how much I adored Cross in ...

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One Good Earl Deserves a Lover

Sarah MacLean's writing flows well stylistically, her characters tend to have great conversations, and despite the light tone suggested by her titles, go to some deep places emotionally. All of these elements were present in One Good Earl Deserves a Lover, but since the book is also saddled with a r ...

B
A Rogue by Any Other Name

I’ve got to hand it to an author who can take a premise I don’t think I’ll like and a hero who sounds like a jerk - and turn it all into a book I couldn’t help but enjoy. With its over the top language and sex scenes, A Rogue by Any Other Name skirts the edge of guilty pleasure territory. Bu ...