Unmasking the Earl Unmasking the Earl
Book 2 - Wayward in Wessex

Unmasking the Earl

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Publisher Description

Oxfordshire, England, 1821

Devastated by the disappearance of his sister, the Earl of Stranraer has gone to extraordinary lengths to find the notorious rake responsible, and enters his household incognito to wreak his vengeance. But his enemy has an unexpected protector--the innocent but headstrong Miss Cassandra Blythe.

Cassie is determined to learn the art of seduction. But she is blindsided by her body's thrilling response to the wrong man--a mysterious servant who shows up at the most inauspicious moments to spoil her lessons in love with warnings of her imminent ruin. When she learns the handsome servant's identity and the reason for his deception, she resolves to help Stranraer, but only if he abandons his vow to destroy his enemy.

The earl is sorely tempted to give the meddlesome beauty a lesson in seduction she'll never forget. But she turns the tables, and he gets his own lesson in forgiveness...and love.

Each book in the Wayward in Wessex series is STANDALONE:

* Distracting the Duke
* Unmasking the Earl
* Vanquishing the Viscount

May 15
Entangled Publishing, LLC

Customer Reviews

RomanceNovelGiveaways ,

This book was quite the adventure!

This book was quite the adventure!

I really enjoyed getting lost in this story! (Not lost as in I couldn't follow along, but lost as in I read for three hours before I realized how long I had been reading for!) While I'm not that well-versed in historical romances, I found this one easy enough to understand and really liked all of the "scandalous" things that took place.

Aside from Ned, what I liked most about this book was that I didn't have to wait until the end for the mysteries and conflicts to be resolved. Yes, one conflict held out until the last page, but I felt Elizabeth did a wonderful job of "tugging me along" by resolving one mystery, then hyping up the next one, then resolving that one, etc. I seriously couldn't put this down!

I wasn't so sure about Cassie at first, but as the story went on, I really liked how, in spite of the aforementioned scandalous behavior, she didn't take any guff from anyone. I would even call her downright sassy at some points, which I got a kick out of.

I really liked Ned. I especially liked his relentlessly protective streak when it came to Cassie. The final scene was absolutely adorable!

This was my first Elizabeth book, but I very much like her characters and writing style and I can't wait to catch up with Ned and Cassie in subsequent books and maybe read a certain Captain's story next? ;)

(I received a copy of this book in consideration of an honest review)

Cynthia Y. ,

Unmasking the Earl

I received a review copy of this book.

I really liked, Ned, the hero of this book. He has a temper, acts impulsively, yet is vulnerable and protective of those he cares about. Cassie is a good match for him. They complement each other and helped the other grow in the course of the story.

The author tied some scenes together in interesting ways which I won't go into so as not to reveal any spoilers.

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