Live and Let Rogue (Must Love Rogues, #4)

Live and Let Rogue (Must Love Rogues, #4)

by Eva Devon

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BN ID: 2940154201329
Publisher: Eva Devon
Publication date: 05/08/2017
Series: Must Love Rogues , #4
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 93,059
File size: 343 KB

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Live and Let Rogue (Must Love Rogues, #4) 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Jutzie More than 1 year ago
Live and Let Rogue by Eva Devon Must Love Rogues Series Book Four John Forthryte lived his life for vengeance. The one person he loved in life had been mistreated and discarded—his mother. He had many years to grow full of bitterness, anger, and hatred toward the aristocrats who caused her pain. That was before, now he's made peace with his half-brothers and accepted the title of earl. And a chance to fix one of his past mistakes. Meredith Trent had made some poor decisions and was now suffering for them by having to live with her uncle, a vicar in the Highlands. She loved the area...but hated living under the hand of her uncle who never let her forget her sins. And then...the one man she hated above all others arrived. This can be read alone but to have the full story of John's machinations, you'll want to read the previous books in the series. I really enjoyed the story. Great story line. It goes from hurt for what John's life had been, tears for him not being able to get past his past to see a better future, and to laugh-out-loud humor at times. I really enjoyed it. **Sexual content
LadyC More than 1 year ago
I think I was at a slight disadvantage because I had not read any of the previous books. It left me with questions around some underlying tension and family drama that was illuminated throughout the book and it fell a little flat. That being said I really loved John- I always love a damaged rogue. I enjoyed that Merry embraced who she was and knew what she wanted. **sigh** I need to check out the books before this in the series.