Six Impossible Things (Rhymes with Love Series #6)

Six Impossible Things (Rhymes with Love Series #6)

by Elizabeth Boyle

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Six Impossible Things (Rhymes with Love Series #6) by Elizabeth Boyle

In the sixth novel of the enchanting Rhymes With Love series from New York Times bestselling author Elizabeth Boyle, a nobleman falls in love with a beautiful spy he must protect…

Lord Rimswell is a man of honor and absolutes. If he says something is impossible, it is. Yet his life of right and wrong is turned upside down when he finds himself in a compromising situation with the most unyielding, yet maddeningly beautiful, woman in London. If only he had not given in to the irresistible temptation to kiss her. Now he must marry her.

Miss Roselie Stratton is the very definition of impossible—headstrong, outspoken, and carrying a reticule of secrets that could ruin more than her reputation. Kissing Brody is hardly the most ruinous thing Roselie has ever done as a secret agent for the Home Office…nor will she let a marriage of convenience stop her from continuing her work. Little does Roselie realize that she has underestimated Brody's resolve to keep her safe—for he has hopelessly fallen in love with her and is determined to do the impossible by stealing her heart in return.

An Avon Romance

 

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780062283986
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 04/25/2017
Series: Rhymes with Love Series , #6
Pages: 384
Sales rank: 345,376
Product dimensions: 4.10(w) x 6.70(h) x 1.20(d)

About the Author

Elizabeth Boyle has always loved romance and now lives it each and every day by writing adventurous and passionate stories that readers from all around the world have described as “page-turners.” Since her first book was published, she’s seen her romances become New York Times and USA Today bestsellers and has won the RWA RITA® and the Romantic Times Reviewer’s Choice Awards. She resides in Seattle with her family, her garden, and her always-growing collection of yarn. Readers can visit her at www.elizabethboyle.com, or follow her own adventures on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.  www.avonromance.com www.facebook.com/avonromance 

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Six Impossible Things 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I absolutely loved the story of Brody, and his childhood friend Rosailie. Brody had gone off to war, leaving his childhood friend behind. While now in the Home Office, he keeps running into a beautiful seductress, is she working for the French, exactly what is she doing, other than causing to much trouble? I highly recommend! Thanks Enjoy! carolintallahassee ?
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great read.
skelley55 More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed this book as much as the others in this series. I thought Rosalie was an interesting choice as a heroine. It was telling that several of my favorites from Ms. Boyle's other books came along side to assist Rosalie.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have thoroughly enjoyed reading this series. I love when characters from previous books appear, even briefly in others. I do wish there had been a scene at the end at the jail ...final comeuppance.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Awesome as always! I love her books. My fave author by far!!
Alyssa75 More than 1 year ago
***Review posted on The Eater of Books! blog*** Six Impossible Things by Elizabeth Boyle Book Six of the Rhymes with Love series Publisher: Avon Publication Date: April 25, 2017 Rating: 2 stars Source: eARC from Edelweiss Summary (from Goodreads): Lord Rimswell is a man of honor and absolutes. If he says something is impossible, it is. Yet his life of right and wrong is turned upside down when he finds himself in a compromising situation with the most unyielding, yet maddeningly beautiful, woman in London. If only he had not given in to the irresistible temptation to kiss her. Now he must marry her. Miss Roselie Stratton is the very definition of impossible—headstrong, outspoken, and carrying a reticule of secrets that could ruin more than her reputation. Kissing Brody is hardly the most ruinous thing Roselie has ever done as a secret agent for the Home Office…nor will she let a marriage of convenience stop her from continuing her work. Little does Roselie realize that she has underestimated Brody's resolve to keep her safe—for he has hopelessly fallen in love with her and is determined to do the impossible by stealing her heart in return. What I Liked: I am a huge fan of this series, and the author, and some of my favorite historical romance novels are from this series. But this book was an utter disappointment (for me). Roselie Stratton has been out for four Seasons and she's still unmarried, but she prefers it that way. She is an unofficial agent of the Home Office, a fact known to very few. Not even Brody, Lord Rimswell, actualy Home Office agent, her childhood friend knows. But he has met Roselie a few times when she was in disguise. When he finds out that it's Roselie under the mask and wig, he is furious. Who knew that the impertinent girl next door grew up to be a meddling, impossible unofficial agent in disguise? When the investigation in Lord Ilford's crimes takes a dangerous turn, Brody tries to stop Roselie from interfering further. Especially when they forced to marry under hasty circumstances. One of them - or both - is going to get hurt, but not if Roselie and Brody can work together to discover the truth about Ilford and his past. So we have protagonists Brody and Roselie, both of whom were present in the previous books in this series. I adored Brody in the previous books (and I can't really remember what I thought of Roselie - no surprise there). Check the dislikes section for my full discourse on Roselie (spoiler alert: I did not like her). But Brody - well, I adored him. Brody (or Bradwell, which is very sturdy name) was the second son of a baron, but after his older brother Poldie died in the war, Brody become baron. Brody never really wanted to be Lord Rimswell, especially with his duties with the Home Office. Brody isn't really a rake or a scoundrel, but he is charming and wicked in his own way. He's rakish without actually being one, which is fun to follow. I love his sense of loyalty and responsibility and duty - as well as his passionate side. Brody is a rare all-around good guy, without being a complete snob. I loved seeing all of the cameos, from Lavinia, Louisa, Harriet, and their husbands (Tuck, Piers, Roxley). Harriet is one of my favorite heroines of the series, and I love the (small) role she played in this book. Read the rest of my review on my blog, The Eater of Books! - eaterofbooks DOT blogspot DOT com :)