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William de Vaux, Duke of Belcraven. Yolande de Vaux, Duchess of Belcraven. Nicholas Delaney, Earl of Stainbridge. Christopher Delaney, Earl of Stainbridge. Related places England, UK. Bath, Somerset, England, UK. Nun's Chase, England, UK. Related events May Company Of Rogues Series: Titles in Order Sort by: Latest to First First to Latest. Too Dangerous for a Lady.
The last thing she needs is an intruder in her bedroom, especially not a fugitive thief.
She should scream, but the shabby rascal is a man from her past. Six years ago, at her first ball, dashing Lieutenant Mark Thayne failed to steal a kiss, but succeeded in stealing a little of her heart. Besides, she wants that kiss. Hermione is involved, however, and only he can protect her.
From New York Times bestselling author Jo Beverley comes a captivating Regency romance in which a lady must risk it all to win the heart of an infamous Earl… Lucinda Potter, daughter of a wealthy merchant, is more interested in trade than in the men after her dowry.
When forced to have a London season, Lucy sets out to enjoy herself rather than to find a husband. Wyvern has a dark secret, which means he must win a rich bride.
Marrying Lucy would mean living a lie with the woman he has come to love. For generations, the Cave family has been marked by scandal, madness, and violence. Enter Race de Vere. He's nobody, a low-born toady attached to Uffham's coattails, and in a previous book, a secretary of sorts to one of the Rogues. He's kind, he's also a history geek, and he's hot , but he's also two kinds of trouble. With two Rogues jilting Anne, they all feel a bit responsible to make sure she's OK. So they sent Race. I guess, in theory, he's just supposed to make sure she's OK, but in reality he sees this little backwards mouse, hiding behind her limp, and he thinks she's better than that.
So he teaches her the incomprehensible game Hazard hence the title , and plays a little "tickle the uvula" while he's at it. They part ways, and for the next pages, she transforms herself into a hussy, and he drops in and out. Not much really happens, except they obsess over the "tongue-lashing" they gave each other, and the fact that he's "beneath her" not in the good way. Frankly, it gets tedious.
When they finally connect again, he looks at her "wrong" or something , and the next thing you know, she's halfway to bigamy—and on her way to Gretna. Race magically connects a lot of dots and gives chase. When he catches up, he's all And she's all The strangely familiar highwayman who promptly abducts them, makes them strip, and locks them overnight in an attic, is all… And I'm all Three stars—but only because it picks up towards the end.
View all 4 comments. No es el mejor libro de la serie, y a pesar de las dos estrellas le doy el aprobadillo.
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Jul 11, Jacob Proffitt rated it liked it Shelves: I let some days go by since I've finished this and now I can't remember half of what I wanted to say. I had been looking forward to Lady Anne's book because she got such a raw deal in two of the George books and handled it with grace and equanimity. I also liked Race from the George stories so was looking forward to seeing him with Anne. And yeah, you'll probably need to read the prior three stories to appreciate this book. Unfortunately, while still a Beverley novel and not sucking, there were t I let some days go by since I've finished this and now I can't remember half of what I wanted to say.
Unfortunately, while still a Beverley novel and not sucking, there were two things that annoyed me down to three stars enough that I still remember them.
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First is that Race was both obstinate in the "I'm not worthy" and takes action to make decisions for both of them "for their own good". I could have handled one of those in moderation, but having the first permeate the story and the second nearly ruin it was rather frustrating. Second, Anne behaves completely irrationally in response to falling for Race and it felt completely manipulated. It felt like Beverley was doing this purely for symmetry and she had to manipulate Anne's otherwise steady character to do so.
A note about Steamy: There were explicit sex scenes. Middle of my range, at any rate. And apparently completely forgettable. Nov 22, Elle rated it it was ok Shelves: He leads her into impropriety, into wickedness, and then into the most dangerous step of all -- the adventure that could win or lose her everything in one hazardous night This is not up to the authors usual standards I've read most of the Company of Rouges series and this is by far my least favorite Anne and Race seem perfectly fine too bad they have little to no interaction I only made it to about page , and I doubt i'll finish it They pass the time playing a game of dice and while her family members get drunker and drunker Anne and Race get closer and closer.
When the baby is born and her brother in-law distracted and her brother passed out in a near by arm chair Anne and Race have a nice little make out session. He leaves the next day and Anne runs off to London to find herself a husband, they meet in London but because she is daughter to a duke and therefore out of his reach he pushes her away The rest of the story as far as I've read is him thinking about her and her comparing her huge amount of suitors to Race I gave up and didn't finish might have been a good book if the characters interacted with each other!
May 24, Ilze rated it really liked it Shelves: Lots of fun, a real romp, a lovely book. The mousey and lame Lady Anne Peckworth, who was jilted by 2 of the Rogues characters in other books, finally breaks out of her shell, decides to grab her life and live it, and goes looking for a mate. The book's core is her inner transformation as she observes the people and couples around her and changes in her views of love and marriage. Race is the perfect mate for her besides being scrumptious in general , but because he is of a much lower social st Lots of fun, a real romp, a lovely book.
Race is the perfect mate for her besides being scrumptious in general , but because he is of a much lower social standing, neither one of them thinks it would work out and for a large part of the book they try to avoid their true feelings. But love wins in the end, when Anne finally figures out what she really needs and goes after it. Some brilliantly-written sections - the first section with the dinner, the craps game amd the birth of Anne's sister's baby, the theatre performance with Mrs Hardcastle, the big love scene - and some hilarious ones, like the fight between Race and Tris and the scene where Race has to sober up Frances' husband so he can see the new baby.
The middle section where Anne and Race are determined to avoid each other drags a bit, but not too much. Just one annoying thing about Anne, who is otherwise a really delightful heroine - she slaps Race in the face several times - it just didn't feel right for the situations they were in, which she instigated, or for Anne as a character. View all 3 comments. Dec 07, Gail rated it really liked it Shelves: This is a second reading, the first being several years ago, probably around the time it was first published.
I liked it then and liked it again this time. Sufficient time passed between so there was only a vague feeling of familiarity. I remembered the trouble with de Vere's name, and that Lady Anne had been disappointed twice, but that was about it. It's a good story. Jan 12, Amelia added it. I have a shelf of old paperback Regencies that I've picked up randomly.
This was one of them, and I'm not sure that I would have found and read it if it hadn't been already physically on my shelf. I liked the hero and heroine though the hero's staying away for the lady's own good did get a little wearying at times. Lady Anne makes some poor choices along the way, too. The characters are flawed in a way that walks the line between appealing and annoying, but generally lands on the more positive s I have a shelf of old paperback Regencies that I've picked up randomly. The characters are flawed in a way that walks the line between appealing and annoying, but generally lands on the more positive side.
The story rambled, and had one really jarring moment when it jumped into the bedroom of a couple from an earlier book in this series more than the usual range of romance-novel head-hopping, I think. As with the characters, I think that on the whole the rambling storyline was a plus. While I enjoyed this and will probably seek out the other books in the series, I don't think this will qualify as an all-time favorite. Jul 01, Highland-dreamer rated it it was ok. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.
To view it, click here. I thought this book was It surprised me that her character changed so dramatically from the one portrayed in the beginning- the shy, obedient daughter. Some change is expected, but she certainly got out of her comfort zone quickly!! I wasn't quite sure what Race's "missio I thought this book was I wasn't quite sure what Race's "mission" was where she was concerned. He was obviously sent to her by the Company of Rogues, but why-- exactly? What was his purpose? And why were her sisters so gung-ho on him?
Why did they think he was such a good match for her? He certainly didn't seem so to me.
I didn't like all the joking all the time, either- I felt as frustrated as Anne when he wouldn't be serious. What I liked about it is that Anne was more the seducer and the provider.. La historia de amor, un poco predecible pero tierna. I have always loved Ms. Beverley's books, but I did struggle to like the heroine. At times, she came across a flighty and made many bad decisions. Fortunately, I loved DE Vere. He is a fantastic hero.