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Romancing the Rogue (Gothic Historical Romance, #2) When The New Earl Inherits, Poor Relation Miss Rebecca Bond Must Wed Immediately Or Be Out On Her Ear The Only Man She S Ever Loved Is Summoned To Hear The Will But He Already Rejected Her So Soundly That They Haven T Spoken In Years Yet Who Better Than A Rakish Viscount To Teach Her How To Snare A Gentleman Who Appreciates Her Charms Daniel Goodenham, Lord North Barrows, Regrets Nothing Than The Lost Friendship With The One Woman Who Treated Him Like A Man, Not A Title Fate Has Given Him The Perfect Pretext To Win Her Forgiveness Even If It Means Having To Matchmake Her To Someone Else But Now That She S Back In His Life, He Ll Do Anything To Convince Her To Choose Him Instead

10 thoughts on “Romancing the Rogue (Gothic Historical Romance, #2)

  1. says:

    Erica Ridley is slowly making her way up my list of favorite historical romance authors I ve been a fan of hers for quite some time now, but Romancing the Rogue is my favorite book from her yet Romancing the Rogue is the second book in a series, but it can be read completely as a stand alone It felt like a stand alone, actually, but now I m curious to go back and read Dark Surrender, the first in the series Romancing the Rogue is also billed as a gothic romance, but it actually has very few Erica Ridley is slowly making her way up my list of favorite historical romance authors I ve been a fan of hers for quite some time now, but Romancing the Rogue is my favorite book from her yet Romancing the R...

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    Rebecca s life has been lonely, full of heartbreak and disappointments, but it never dampened her spirit, if anything it made her stronger, independent and combined with her keen intelligence and sharp wit, what man could resist her But, this is historical romance and the London elite would find her behavior unladylike and coarse Her heart has only belonged to one man, and he had the callousness to turn her away in humiliation From that moment on, Rebecca would rather be alone, her own woman Rebecca s life has been lonely, full of heartbreak and disappointments, but it never dampened her spirit, if anything it made her stronger, independent and combined with her keen intelligence and sharp wit, what man could resist her But, this is historical romance and the London elite would find her behavior unladylike and coarse Her heart has only belonged to one man, and he had the callousness to turn her away in humiliation From that moment on, Rebecca would rather be alone, he...

  3. says:

    5 stars If only he accepted her offer to danceAfter the horrible death of her parents, Rebecca Bond decided to live in hiding like a ghost in her great uncle s castle With the earl s sudden death and the big duties of the new heir, she had to find a husband before the reading of the will in three months.Though life was mean to Rebecca, it never succeed to kill her beautiful soul or determination but with the coming of the reading and her lack of flirting techniques, she doubted she could be 5 stars If only ...

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    This review was originally posted on un Conventional Bookviews Romancing the Rogue hit all the right spots, and I loved the forbidding castle in which Rebecca felt so at home Story Rebecca has been living hidden in a huge gothic castle ever since her parents passed away Now, her uncle had passed away as well And she was being sent on her way by the relation who inherited the castle When she hears that Daniel is coming for the reading of the will, all kinds of memories assail her He was t This revie...

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    RomancingRomancing the Rogue the Rogue Romancing the Rogue by Erica Ridley is book Two in the Gothic Historical Romance series This is the story of Miss Rebecca Bond and Daniel Goodenham, Lord North Barrows I have not yet read the previous book so for my this was a standalone book Rebecca and Daniel first met when they were younger and became friends But when Daniel became older he ended up hurting Rebecca and they never seen each other since Rebecca had fallen in love with Daniel RomancingRomancing the Rogue the Rogue Romancing the Rogue by Erica Ridley is book Two in the Gothic Historical Romance series This is the story of Miss Rebecca Bond and Daniel Goodenham, Lord North Barrows I have not yet read the previous boo...

  6. says:

    A pleasing novella.I loved the opening premise, Miss Rebecca Bond was nobody s fool She was, however, desperate And destitute After five long years of living virtually unnoticed within the countless nooks and crannies of Castle Keyvnor, she d come to think of it as her home Rebecca has made the castle her home, wandering its length and breadth, forgotten yet able to sustain herself and hel...

  7. says:

    Short, sweet and funny, just like I like my novellas Thanks for the rec Annie

  8. says:

    They re just biscuits Nothing is ever just biscuitslol, truer words have never been spoken.I m actually surprised I ended up liking this novella as much as I did thanks so much for the rec Annie considering my last two experiences with this author were not exactly pleasant ones Romancing the Rogue however was totes adorable that featured a feels inducing couple, an eerie Cornish castle, secret swimming coves, a long overdo waltz between childhood sweethearts and of course, BISCUITS IThey re just biscuits Nothing is ev...

  9. says:

    Romancing the Rogue by Erica Ridley is book Two in the Gothic Historical Romance series This is the story of Miss Rebecca Bond and Daniel Goodenham, Lord North Barrows I have not yet read the previous book so for my this was a standalone book Rebecca and Daniel first met when they were younger and became friends But when Daniel became older he ended up hurting Rebecca and they never seen each other since Rebecca had fallen in love with Daniel but he hurt her feelings and left her with t Romancing the Rogue by Erica Ridley is book Two in the Gothic Historical Romance series This is the story of Miss Rebecca Bond and Daniel Goodenham, Lord North Barrows I have not yet read the previous book so for my this was a standalone book Rebecca and Daniel first met when they were younger and became friends But when Daniel became older he ended up hurting Rebecca and they never seen each other since Rebecca had fallen in love with Daniel but he hurt her feelings and left her with that hurt Rebec...

  10. says:

    I loved this so much Especially the waltz scene in the music room I understood Daniel s reasons for not contacting Rebecca bc that s exactly the same tactic I use too.

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