UNDENIABLE ROGUE

UNDENIABLE ROGUE

by Annette Blair

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UNDENIABLE ROGUE, The Rogues Club, One of Four

Aware that romance and matrimony aren’t always compatible, widow, Sabrina Whitcomb, nevertheless, needs a husband. While providing for her children is paramount, wedding a stranger—even a wealthy one like Gideon St. Goddard, Duke of Stanthorpe—is no light matter. So why did the shockingly handsome rogue agree to marry her? When Gideon flashes his wicked, seductive smile, the reason hardly matters.

UNFORGETTABLE ROGUE, The Rogues Club, Two or Four

Beauty and the beast trade places. After being reported dead, handsome as sin Bryceson Wakefield, Duke of Hawksworth, returns home scarred and beaten by war, only to find his hoyden of a wife blossomed into a beauty and set to wed another. Can Beauty seduce her unforgettable Beast? Will the beast ever come to consider himself worthy?

Review Quotes for UNDENIABLE ROGUE:

“Awesome! To call this story incredible would be an understatement.” Detra Fitch, Huntress Reviews

“A love story that is pure joy. The Duke takes a Duchess and gets so much more. Delightful story, enchanting characters steal your heart, fast pace, great storytelling.” RT

“An utterly charming and heartwarming marriage of convenience story. Gideon is a wonderful all-around hero—as a father in training . . . and most definitely in the marriage bed.” Romance Reviews Today

“I very much look forward to the next story in the Rogues Club series. I loved this book from beginning to end and highly recommend it.” A Romance Review

“Annette Blair skillfully pens an exhilarating, humorous, and easy to read historical romance. A fabulous tale.” Road to Romance

“Regency fans will want to add The Rogues to their collections.” The Romance Readers Connection

“A feel-good read that shines with warmth, wit and passion. Ms. Blair is off to a winning start in her Rogues Club series.” Heartstrings

Awards:
2003 A Laurel Wreath Award Winner
2002 A Romantic Times Reviewers’ Choice Award Nominee
2003 A Holt Medallion Award Finalist
2003 A Barclay Gold Top Ten Favorite
2003 An Aspen Gold Finalist
2003 A Winter Rose Winner
2003 The Lories Best Historical Winner, Best Overall

 

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