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The Rake's Redemption (Love Inspired Historical Series)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 8, 2013

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 4, 2013

    Highly Recommended- An enjoyable read.

    This is the third in the series I have read and I feel it is the best. The Rake's Redemption has wonderful, likable characters and a well developed plot that I enjoyed from beginning to end.

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  • Posted November 2, 2012

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    The Everard Legacy Series Book 3

    The Rake’s Redemption by Regina Scott The Everard Legacy Series Book 3 London 1805 Lady Imogene Devary should be enjoying her Season rather than wondering why her father is acting strangely and what the handsome young poet has to do with it. What else can she do but to get to know the young man and find out why he’s getting her father’s cold shoulder….since her father don’t seem to be around much these days. Vaughn Everard must find a way to talk to the the Marquess of Widmore. His loyalty to family drives him to find out about the death of his uncle and only the marquess can answer his questions. Maybe the man is playing hide and seek with him but Vaughn has just been handed a key to getting closer to him when he finds out the bold young woman who asked him to dance at the ball is the daughter of that very man. This story was full of the unexpected. Not letting you know quite who was up to what and not sure what direction it would go until near the end. Excellent romance with plenty of adventure and intrigue as well. You may want to start with Jerome and Richard Everard’s stories in The Rogue’s Reform and The Captain’s Courtship. **Received through NetGalley for review

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    Posted May 11, 2013

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