The realm's most bold and beautiful lady engages in a bet with a mocking lord to descend into the depths of the lower classes to play barmaid for a night. What she doesn't anticipate is meeting the most notorious libertine in London! Suddenly it's not the wager she's worried about losing, but her virtue--and even more dangerously, her heart....
|Title||:||An Honorable Rogue|
|Number of Pages||:||224 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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An Honorable Rogue Reviews
For a book which proclaims on the front cover "One of the Regency genre's best writers," An Honorable Rogue is decidedly tepid. Once again, the main conflict between the characters is simply that they refuse to communicate with each other and the antagonists are downright unimaginative and boring. I can't fathom how many times in the last few months I have heard the admonition: "Show don't Tell" and yet Ms. Kilhstrom appears a master at telling the reader exactly what he or she should be thinking - usually in a less than witty aside right before the action in question takes place.
I've had this book for years & still enjoy reading it. It is part of a series featuring Miss Tibbles, a governess as a secondary character. What struck me most reading it this time was the hero is suffering PTSD from combat. He deals with it how one would in his time. I don't think his resolution at the end will be successful but it seems a plausible solution for the heros thought process. The main conflict of the book is lack of communication, a timeless device in romances. Both hero & heroine are flawed but honorable & I like their integtity.
This has a very lively beautiful heroine. She is manipulated by aother to spend an evening as a bar maid. It is there she is seduced by a damaged gentleman. The man who manipulates both the heroine and hero for revenge is eventually punished. I have all of April Kilstrom 's books.