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A lady ready for battle:
Miss Harriet Manning once made the mistake of falling completely, totally, and irreversibly in love with a duke's son. It's a mistake she won't repeat twice. Truly. Especially since he abandoned her just when they were about to elope to Gretna Green. Five years later, Harriet hasn't forgotten the way Lord Garret's smoldering gaze and wicked sense of humor touched her soul. Still, there's no way she'll forgive the traitorous libertine, no matter how he stirs her passions. Now, Harriet is determined to show him she doesn't care, and never did, by making merry right under his nose. But a tragic turn of events at her cousin's wedding has her wondering if, just maybe, love deserves one last chance.
My dearest listeners,
This audiobook is a tribute to my favorite dueling lovers, Beatrice and Benedick from Much Ado About Nothing by Shakespeare. I'd always wondered how they'd grown to hate each other and have such epic verbal battles! I hope you enjoy my homage to them.
A lord who lost his heart:
Lord Garret Hart, second son of a duke and now brother to the present Duke of Huntsdown, is never ever ever getting married. Bachelorhood is for him. After all, women are the very devil. Especially one woman. Miss Harriet Manning is Garret's own personal Medusa and she has turned his heart to stone. Indeed she has, but not before she absolutely ripped it to shreds, leaving him a complete wreck. Nothing will ever induce him to matrimony or nauseating protestations of boyish love again. But when he is forced into close proximity at his brother's wedding with the woman who first taught him to dream and see the world as a wondrous place, sparks flash and passions explode. Still, Harriet is not to be trusted. She callously betrayed him once. So how can he ever allow himself another chance at love when love always seems to hurt so much?
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- Joyce Staley
2 chapters missing
What disappointed you about The Rogue and I?
two chapters missing at end of book
If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from The Rogue and I?
too much cut as it is
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if I have to send it back a third time I will no be happy
- L. Trees
I only got through about 45 minutes of this - and I love the regency romance genre. The writing was bad and the historical anachronisms were too much to take. Beyond not holding my interest, I found it unbearable.
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