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Rogue Steals a Bride

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  • Posted April 28, 2014

    The last of the Rogue series and I loved it. Matson knew what h

    The last of the Rogue series and I loved it. Matson knew what he wanted and didn't waste any time in having Sophia fall in love with him. Their courtship was different than most love stories in this time frame. I liked the fact that the other brothers came back for an appearance. And in the end Gibson had a good end. Having Twin Aunts and then Matson and Iverson being twins was fun to read about. Years ago I asked my daughter who worked at Barns and Noble to pick up a Patricia Grasso book for me. She brought me Amelia Grey. I decided to read it instead of taking it back. I have read all of her books since. I look forward to her newest and latest book. Loved this Rogues series. I will probably read them all again in at one time instead of reading them as they came out.

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  • Posted July 2, 2013

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    I enjoyed this book. It was a nice, light readable book. I liked

    I enjoyed this book. It was a nice, light readable book. I liked the fact that it strayed a bit from what I think of as traditional Recency. It seems to me that most illegitimate people in books work hard to fight for what is theirs. Not so much for these characters. This was like a Perils of Pauline story. Heroine Sofia obeys her vow to marry a Title. Will she ruin her life? Or the Hero Matson is untitled and wants nothing to do with his true, natural father. Will he get his girl? This was a quick read for me. I couldn't put it down. There is a twist at the end I didn't see coming. and it MADE the story! Please check out this author as this is the end of a series. I will.

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