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The Rogues Club: Boxed Set
     

The Rogues Club: Boxed Set

3.5 14
by Annette Blair
 
Books in the set:
UNDENIABLE ROGUE, Book One
UNFORGETTABLE ROGUE, Book Two
UNMISTAKABLE ROGUE, Book Three
UNTAMABLE ROGUE, Book Four

Irresistible rogues, bold brides, and marriages of sheer inconvenience. Laughter, romance, calamity and tears.

"Annette Blair is a master artist in the world of romantic fiction. A strong plot provides

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The Rogues Club: Boxed Set 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 14 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Couldnt read it. Loved the first one but when i went to buy the set, the formatting was horrible and unreadable. Buy them separately. Dont waste your money
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
What a wonderful collection of books in a boxed set! Four rogues facing battle at Waterloo decide to make a pact and form The Rogues Club. Each one made a pledge to take care of the surviving members families in the events of their deaths. These books follow the adventures (or misadventures)of each rogue in carrying out their promises to one another. Relying on their integrity and honor to carry out their tasks, they never suspected to be tamed and loved by a pregnant wife-to-be, a misinformed widow, a tenderhearted children's savior, and a completely unlikely bride. Well written with well developed characters. Their intertwined lives keeps you interested and intrigued from beginning to end. I would recommend these books! Excellent read!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The formatting is horrible.  I had to return it
NNY More than 1 year ago
Terrible editing--Must have been asleep when it crossed his/her desk while setting it up for NOOK.  There were words missing, punctuation was erratic and things like quotation marks randomly assigned or omitted.  The sotries were hard to follow with apparently totally missing paragraphs--the story jumping from one conversation or event to a totally non-related event .  Sorry I paid for this.
Paulette64 More than 1 year ago
Read them all straight through. It's just enough romance to make it interesting, but it has substance.
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no plot to speak of, too short with no development
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