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Honor Among Rogues

Alexander Edgware, Lord Xavier, has quite a reputation--for daring, wagering, and wickedness in all its delightful forms. But the wager before him is hardly his preferred sport: Xavier must persuade a proper young lady to attend his famously naughty Christmas house party--and stay the full, ruinous two weeks. Worse, the lady is Louisa Oliver, a doe-eyed bookworm Xavier finds quite charming. Yet to refuse the challenge is impossible--he will simply have to appoint himself Miss Oliver's protector. . .

Mischief Among Misses

Louisa knows her chance for a husband has passed. But she has no desire to retire into spinsterhood without enjoying a few grand adventures first. When Lord Xavier's invitation arrives, Louisa is more intrigued than insulted. And once inside the rogues' gallery, she just may have a thing or two to teach her gentlemen friends about daring. . .

"Delightfully romantic. . .will set your heart on fire." –USA Today bestselling author Julianne MacLean

Praise for Theresa Romain's Season for Temptation

"Give in to temptation--treat yourself to Theresa Romain's delightfully witty debut." --USA Today bestselling author Sally MacKenzie

"Hilarious and utterly adorable. Theresa Romain's brilliant debut manages to be both passionate and just plain fun." –USA Today bestselling author Courtney Milan

October 1
Zebra Books
Kensington Publishing Corp.

Customer Reviews

Stanhop3234 ,

Just ok

"Audrina pursues mischief with gusto, attending scandalous parties and indulging in illicit affairs. But when an erstwhile lover threatens to ruin her reputation, Audrina has no choice but to find a respectable husband at once. Who would guess that her search would lead her to Giles Rutherford, a blunt-spoken American on a treasure hunt of his own?" Theresa Romain
I had a really hard time reading this book. In the beginning I was lost, and felt that I was missing something. This is book 4 of the Holiday Pleasures series and not a stand alone book. There was a main romance between Giles Rutherford and Lady Audrina Bradleigh and then a secondary romance with Richard Rutherford and Lady Irving. There were some very humors and then very touching parts of the story but not enough to keep me wanting to turn the page. I have to say my favorite character was Lady Irving. She was very funny and blunt to a fault.
I didn't like Ms. Romain's writing style and at first I struggled with it then I'm not sure if I just got used to it or if it changed midstream. Many times I thought about putting the book down and not finishing it. The only thing that saved it was the last fourth of the book. I really wanted to like the book. The book blurb was intriguing and I love the cover. I do not feel that the story matches the blurb.

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