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3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

Great romance

In 1813, Lady Jane Pennington has met every eligible bachelor in London in the three months that she has stayed with her uncle, aunt and five Maywell Mob cousins. Jane notices a light in a room that her uncle closed off. To get a closer look she climbs a tree, but get...
In 1813, Lady Jane Pennington has met every eligible bachelor in London in the three months that she has stayed with her uncle, aunt and five Maywell Mob cousins. Jane notices a light in a room that her uncle closed off. To get a closer look she climbs a tree, but gets stuck on a branch just as gambler Ethan Damont leaves. He rescues her. She later learns that her hero is a filler ¿place card¿, but not suited for any of her cousins......................... Ethan is tired of the Liar¿s Club following him around so he confronts Lord Dalton Etheridge who warns him either he spies for the crown or else. The Liar¿s want him to play cards with Maywell a traitor. Ethan realizes that Maywell endangers Jane and her cousins with his traitorous activity so he reluctantly agrees. Maywell knows Ethan desires his niece so he asks him to escort Jane to a party because he plans to recruit the lad to spy on the Liar¿s Club even as he knows Etheride is also using Ethan to spy on him. As Ethan and Jane fall in love, he chooses his own path to keep her safe, not knowing that she has a more intricate role in her uncle¿s activities................................ The latest Liar¿s Club novels (see THE SPY and THE PRETENDER) is filled with suspense and romance headed by a likable lead couple in which Jane is the courageous patriot while Ethan has doubts. The story line is action-packed as the audience anticipates a showdown between the traitor and the doubter thorough that climax seems weak. He also makes her come in a carriage without touching her by using seductive words; she is too strong for that to occur. Still this is a strong Regency romantic suspense thriller that Celeste Bradley¿s readers will enjoy........................ Harriet Klausner

posted by harstan on December 9, 2008

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

I requested this book from NetGalley for 3 reasons, yummy vamps

I requested this book from NetGalley for 3 reasons, yummy vamps galore, the LOLA HAPPY DANCE WORTHY cover & I absolutely LOVE Eden Bradley UNDIES SCORCHING romances. I loved her flawed characters & the slowly peeling back their many layers, plus how their scarre...
I requested this book from NetGalley for 3 reasons, yummy vamps galore, the LOLA HAPPY DANCE WORTHY cover & I absolutely LOVE Eden Bradley UNDIES SCORCHING romances. I loved her flawed characters & the slowly peeling back their many layers, plus how their scarred tissue encased hearts was unraveled the hard way. Ms. Bradley didn't disappoint & had her many HEATED, SCORCHED & EVAPORATED UNDIES in this read! Like I state in my reviews, I will try any genre at least once & I have discovered that gay romances are not for me. Ms. Bradley has always been & will continue to be WELCOMED in my book COSMO with her dazzling creative tales filled to the brim with NAUGHTINESS, but this romance was not my cuppa tea, so I can only give Mr. Bradley a score of 2 fingers up & 4 toes.

NatGalley ARC given for my honest review.

posted by 2_PMVH on October 24, 2014

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  • Posted October 24, 2014

    more from this reviewer

    I requested this book from NetGalley for 3 reasons, yummy vamps

    I requested this book from NetGalley for 3 reasons, yummy vamps galore, the LOLA HAPPY DANCE WORTHY cover & I absolutely LOVE Eden Bradley UNDIES SCORCHING romances. I loved her flawed characters & the slowly peeling back their many layers, plus how their scarred tissue encased hearts was unraveled the hard way. Ms. Bradley didn't disappoint & had her many HEATED, SCORCHED & EVAPORATED UNDIES in this read! Like I state in my reviews, I will try any genre at least once & I have discovered that gay romances are not for me. Ms. Bradley has always been & will continue to be WELCOMED in my book COSMO with her dazzling creative tales filled to the brim with NAUGHTINESS, but this romance was not my cuppa tea, so I can only give Mr. Bradley a score of 2 fingers up & 4 toes.

    NatGalley ARC given for my honest review.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 21, 2014

    Rogue, Eden Bradley Review from jeannie zelos book reviews Well,

    Rogue, Eden Bradley
    Review from jeannie zelos book reviews
    Well, two days running I’ve been caught by a new series that’s actually turned out to be a continuation/extension of an existing series. Though this is Midnight Playground International, book one, its got all the characters and world building from the original Midnight Playground series. Of course not having read that I knew nothing about it...it’s not that hard to pick up though, but I think readers will enjoy it more if they read the others.
    As it was it’s a novel that didn’t really work for me, being a very short book of around 150 kindle pages. That doesn’t really give a story a chance to get set, and I found this was mainly a succession of M/M sex scenes ( fine, I like those) set inside a very thin story line, and that doesn't work for me. I need the sex to be a part of the story, not the whole thing. More story and less sex is what works for me, and this is more sex, less story IMO.. Its really just an introduction of how Rogue joins the existing group of vampires, by way of lots of sometimes very rough and bloody sex and beatings. I didn’t find the sex scenes very erotic, missed the tenderness of a proper romance, and found the back story just too thin. Sadly a book that wasn’t for me though I can see already its got lots of four and five star reviews. Still, that’s how it goes, and that gives us a good range of books to enjoy. 
    Stars: Two – just didn’t suit me.
    ARC supplied by Netgalley and publishers

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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