The Rogue (Moorehouse Legacy Series #4)

The Rogue (Moorehouse Legacy Series #4)

by J. R. Ward, Jessica Bird

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Overview

Only one woman can get past his guard. The Moorehouse Legacy finale from New York Times bestselling author J.R. Ward writing as Jessica Bird.

Michael "Spike" Moriarty has had a thing for Madeline Maguire ever since she first walked up to him as if she wasn't the most gorgeous woman on the planet and asked to see his tattoos. But he knows that the attraction can only go one way—he could never be the man for her. He has a dark history that very few know about, and even worse, it's all about to come to the surface.

Madeline's been burned enough in the past to know better, but Spike is the only man that has caught her eye time and time again. For some reason, he's determined to avoid her, but when she desperately needs help to ward off her scheming family, Spike is the one at her side. And even though he says they can only be friends, his actions speak a very different story…

A reader-favorite story originally published as A Man in a Million.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781460394472
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication date: 10/19/2015
Series: Moorehouse Legacy Series , #4
Sold by: HARLEQUIN
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 384
Sales rank: 58,601
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

J. R. Ward is a #1 New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author of erotic paranormal romance who also writes contemporary romance as Jessica Bird. She lives in the south with her incredibly supportive husband and her beloved golden retriever. Writing has always been her passion and her idea of heaven is a whole day of nothing but her computer, her dog and her coffee pot. Visit her online at www.JRWard.com.

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The Rogue 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 84 reviews.
Leo0730 More than 1 year ago
I am not really sure what made me pick this book up. More than likly because she writes under J R ward and I love the Blackdagger brother hood. This was just a beautiful story from begining to end I think I may have shed a tear or two.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I was surprised by this one! I raelly liked Spike and Madeline. the story was well written and the ending was great. Give it a try you will enjoy it!
conchitaAL More than 1 year ago
I loved it!
Camethyste on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
I really liked this story a lot. The main characters seem so real, with real problems and they both learn to trust each other as they get to know each other. It really underlines the fact that communication in a relationship is essential!
rocalisa on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
As far as bad boy Spike Moriarty was concerned, Madeline Maguire defined female perfection. When they'd met, she'd walked up as if she wasn't the most gorgeous thing on the planet and asked to see his tattoos. He--a tough guy who'd make grown men run--had just about passed out. But their connection was definitely one-way¿it had to be. Because he could never be the man in a million she was looking for, not with the things he'd done and seen. So for as long as she'd let him, he'd give her whatever she wanted. He'd worry about her walking away when it happened.Still wanting light reads, I took up the same romance-reading friend's recommendation of this Jessica Bird book, her previous publication to The Billionaire Next Door, which I read a few days earlier and really enjoyed.While it was a fun read, I didn't like it as much as The Billionaire Next Door and that was largely due to the continual miscommunication between the hero and the heroine.As my friend did, I loved Spike. I mean he's tall, buff, a little dangerous but with a beautiful heart underneath, sexy tattoos and he rides a Harley. Maybe not my ideal man in real life, but in a book he's fantastic. I found Madeline to be less inspiring, but still a decent character and the story was well told.My problem was that the book just moved from one assumption and misunderstanding to another. It was one of those cases where if the characters just talked to each other, a lot of pain and heartbreak would be avoided. Of course, the book would be about 10 pages long as well.Otherwise, I liked it. There were so lovely moments and Bird writes in a way that makes it easily to visualise what is happening (and I'm not really a visual reader). I could imagine Spike sitting on the veranda staring at the mountains as his sister came to join him, or Mad deliberately provoking her half brother by sitting at the table with one leg tucked under her.The resolution was good and I'm sure they'll be happy together - they just need to remember to talk to each other and not keep secrets.A Man in a MillionJessica Bird6/10
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wonderful
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As with anything she writes under any name, simply the best!
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Loved spike
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I really liked this book. The first chapter was filled with humor which i just love. And the two lead characters were fantastic. I adored Spike. The tatoos, the earing, the harley and the heart of gold! Great read. ##
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