One Good Earl Deserves A Lover

One Good Earl Deserves A Lover

Rules of Scoundrels Series, Book 2

eBook - 2013
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One Good Earl Deserves a Lover, the second book in New York Times bestselling author Sarah MacLean's award-winning Rules of Scoundrels series, is a lively, romantic adventure, starring a lovable, sometimes bumbling heroine and a sexy, leading man who offer up plenty of steamy sexual tension.Nearly engaged to Lord Castleton, the always proper and logical Lady Philippa "Pippa" Marbury wants to learn about London's dark side before she happily heads off to the country and embraces married life. But it's in London's shadowy corners where she meets Cross, the brooding, mysterious bookkeeper of The Fallen Angel, London's most notorious and coveted gaming hell. He's a rogue in every sense of the word. Or is he?The heroes of the Rule of Scoundrels books will steal the hearts of their heroines and readers alike!
Publisher: 2013
ISBN: 9780062065391
Branch Call Number: OverDrive ebook
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: OverDrive, Inc


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jabberbooky Sep 23, 2016

My favorite of the Rule of Scoundrels series by MacLean. I loved Lady Phillippa's scientific way of approaching life. And the interplay between her and Cross, one of the owners of a notorious casino, is priceless. A very fun diversion if you are a regency fan.

Oct 05, 2015

I enjoyed this quite a bit, as I have enjoyed all of Sarah MacLean's books that I read, though I don't think this one grabbed me quiiiite as much as some of her others, and I have to detract half a star for the fact that there was a loose end that I didn't think was fully tied up. Still, the world in this series continues to be very well-drawn, and I'm excited for the remaining two books. I'd recommend MacLean's books for fans of light, fun regencies with sassy heroines and witty banter. Bonus points for a clever title, too.

Ladre Feb 14, 2014

Not a particularly believable couple in that the chemistry felt very forced and saccharin. The plot was ridiculous (really, Pippa's beloved older sister is unable to talk to her about sex? Really? I have four older sisters and any one of them would have - to varying degrees - been more than willing to talk to me about sex. I doubt that much has changed in sisterly relationships) and the heroine is not very sympathetic.

The resolution of the story felt rushed and incomplete. Pippa's "jilted" fiancé storyline was tied up much too neatly. And what exactly happened to the Earl's sister?!


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