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“smut book skipped so much---- too bad when they were "kissing" the story was interesting and I would have liked to read the 2nd companion bk but I know it will have way too much skin, NOT the books for me!”see full review » see other reviews »
“Very enjoyable read”Pattigr wrote this review Sunday, November 17, 2013. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“Absolutely loved this historical romance piece! There were so many things happening throughout the book, that reading it was continuous enjoyment. All of it was believeable, and learning about the children (through Gideon's perspective) was non-stop fun as well as funny! I hope there are other such books available, written by Annette Blair, that I might have the thrill to read and enjoy! This one a favorite? - hell yess!”Karin R wrote this review Wednesday, September 25, 2013. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“I look forward to reading the rest of this series.”Jencat wrote this review Monday, July 15, 2013. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“Well written..heroine a bit annoying but kids are cute and story was interesting”Seema S wrote this review Thursday, April 4, 2013. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“smut book skipped so much---- too bad when they were "kissing" the story was interesting and I would have liked to read the 2nd companion bk but I know it will have way too much skin, NOT the books for me!”Kristy B wrote this review Wednesday, October 30, 2013. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“Good period romance with a bit of a mystery and adventure. ”TracySchoenberg wrote this review Tuesday, October 23, 2012. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“This is a great historical romance. I was hooked from the first with wanting to see what happened. The characters were well written. I felt as though I was there.”Stephanie Hurt wrote this review Friday, October 19, 2012. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“Annette Blair brings you romance and a little bit of mystery in Undeniable Rogue. Bring a widow who is about to have a baby any day and have her pledged to many a lord based on a battlefield promise with strange men watching, a vicious ex-mistress, and a pair of mischievous twins, what do you have? A good romantic read.
I enjoyed this book as the story was not just a romance where man meets woman and they eventually fall in love. No. Ms. Blair brings in questions of who is stalking the woman, who is she afraid of, and exactly where do all the players fit into this secretive life. The best part was the carefully developed characters that had depth and brought laughter and even frustration from me as I read. That's the sign of a good book which I want to strangle one of the good guys for dumb decisions.
This is a romance with a few racy scenes. It is an historical romance that takes you to another time. There are references to domestic violence which drives many of the main character's decisions. It is a great book to read on a trip or just cuddled up in front of the fire.
Note: This book was purchased with my own funds.”
Soldiers, a group of Rogues, form a group called the Rogue's club in which they promise to look after each other's families if they should fall in battle. Hawkins makes Gideon St. Goddard promise to look after widowed Sabrina, his sister-law. He reluctantly agrees and finds many surprises about Sabrina. First being that she is almost 9 months pregnant. Second, that he finds both her mind and body attractive. Third, even though she is a widow and pregnant, she was never taught anything sexual, is like a virgin. Fourth, she has twin boys she has hid until after they were married, but he surprisingly likes kids. Last but not least, someone is out to get Sabrina, ends up kidnapping here. He rescues her with the help of Hawthorn, who turns up Not dead. She believes that after her encounter, Gideon will be disgusted with her, he has to convince her that no matter what her past, he loves her anyway. ”