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THE RAKE'S REDEMPTION The Earl of Rutherford was used to flirting with scandal But when an act of charity placed his charge's spotless reputation in jeopardy Marcus knew he must do the honorable thing There was no po. In many ways a standard Earl of Slut reformed by virtuous country mouse I nevertheless enjoyed how Rolls played with the concept of public and private in this book Meg and Marc are different people than Lord and Lady Rutherford and in writing out both their public and private characters I felt I got an especially deep view of who these people were Their dual natures explained their many misunderstandings and kept them from growing tedious though I certainly still enjoyed Marc s apologies for being an assI did find the villain a bit too simple and the resolution with him a bit fantastic I didn t think he or the near rape scenario added much to the story reallyI like how Rolls writes characters and relationships and I thought The Dutiful Rake was an interesting take on the marriage of convenience even if the trope itself is a bit worn

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S perhaps the loveliest he'd ever seen and the glow in her eyes made him feel wildly out of control Tantalized by her evident passion for life the dutiful rake soon found himself consumed by far from innocent desires. After reading one of Elizabeth Roll s recent books which I liked a lot I got tempted into reading her back list After reading a few I have realized that though her books are well written they essentially have one story One disillusioned rake one impoverished but gentle younger girl an inconvenient marriage one villain lots of misunderstandings and a hea ending This book wasn t any different This book has Lord Rutherford who needs to marry for his estate and Meg a poor relation who is forced to marry him

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Int in pretending he was in love So in return for Miss Marguerite Fellowes's discretion and children the earl offered his name and protectionThen Marcus watched as proud Meg blossomed in London society Meg's smile wa. I love historical romances The banter between the characters always puts a smile on your face The writing in this was good I would have liked a bit about why Winterborn always went after Marcs mistresses It never explained this I hope there wasn t a book before this as goodreadscom has this as a standalone


10 thoughts on “The Dutiful Rake

  1. says:

    In many ways a standard Earl of Slut reformed by virtuous country mouse I nevertheless enjoyed how Rolls played with the concept of public and

  2. says:

    Good entertainer I really enjoyed itI love how they meet and the way he nurses her through her illness The H is an absolute dream to begin with till his latent a holeness asserts itself And then he continues in that vein for much of the book angst He redeems himself thoughOnly his 'blindness' in not realizing view spoilerthat his w

  3. says:

    This is the second Elizabeth Rolls book that I've read the first being His Lady Mistress which I got free on my Kindle as p

  4. says:

    35 STARS The Dutiful Rake wasn't nearly as predictable as I thought it would be and I loved the heroine though many of the misunderstandings would have been cleared by simply talking to her husband The secondary characters particularly Lady Di her husband and Jack add dimension to the story They embrace Meg the heroine in spite of the 10 year old scandal surrounding her family It was a nice break from a few of the other historical

  5. says:

    I love historical romances The banter between the characters always puts a smile on your face The writing in this was good I would have liked a bit about why Winterborn always went after Marcs mistresses It never explained this I hop

  6. says:

    Three stars is somewhat generousThis is a fairly generic marriage of conveniencemarriage to save a reputation story where the bride and groom love each other but don't have the guts to tell the other one how they feel so they spend the entire book being proud and hurting each other's feelingsMarcus who's an earl in his mid 30s and a

  7. says:

    It started off so well This book has a lot of exclamation points There are also a lot of ellipses The heroine is occasionally a little fool I am not sure why I think of this as the archetypal Harleuin category epithet but I do It was nonetheless a pleasant read I think although the hero and heroine spend a lot of time in their own heads Reaching conclusions and thinking things about the other one And then we

  8. says:

    After reading one of Elizabeth Roll's recent books which I liked a lot I got tempted into reading her back list After reading a few

  9. says:

    Marcus and Meg I really loved this book The plot was engaging the characters likeable and the romancered hot Marcus and Meg find themselves unexpectedly forced to marry when her reputation is in jeopardy Despite their intense attraction Marcus makes it clear this is not a live match and for both lead independent lives from each other But when

  10. says:

    Book would have been so much better without the constant miscommunications Honestly if you know someone tried to rape your wife why would you leave her alone in a new town knowing that the almost raper runs in the same circles as your new wi