Book Review-Scandal's Daughter (Rogues and Gentlemen Book 3) -Emma V Leech | Miki's Hope

Book Review-Scandal's Daughter (Rogues and Gentlemen Book 3) -Emma V Leech

Friday, March 2, 2018

A sweet but adventurous girl is orphaned and taken in and brought up by her aunt and uncle. They refuse to tell her what really happened with her parents--As she is quite happy and content she never even bothers wondering. The truth will floor you!

The Duke of Singleton and his best friend from Oxford days, Beau are bored--they take off to a friends estate for a rollicking good time. The Duke is bored and takes off on a walk--the weather changes and he takes shelter in a cave where Georgiana has also taken shelter. She somehow manages to deflect his advances but agrees to meet him the next day in the meadow where prying eyes won't see them. He has introduced himself as his friend Beau.

They ultimately fall in love. Georgiana knows nothing can come of it anyway--a Duke can't marry the daughter of the local doctor--so he leaves-------her modesty if not her heart still intact.

Well, the truth of Georgiana's parantage and what actually happened way back then is finally revealed to her by a relative who wants her money?

She is sent off to London and all kinds of craziness takes place-----

I found myself with wide eyes at some points and laughing at others. Romeo and Juliet? You will have to read to find out how it all culminates!!

I received an ebook copy of this book for enjoyment and possible review.

About the Book: (from Amazon)

Sebastian Grenville, The Duke of Sindalton, known as Sin to the ton, has had his fair share of scandal. His father's involvement in what became referred to as 'The Scandal of the Century' plunged him into the spotlight at the tender age of twelve, and he's been there ever since. Egged on by his best friend, Beau - The Marquis of Beaumont, his life is one of dissipation and ease. But every duke needs an heir and everyone knows Sindalton is in the market for a wife.

Both men, bored to death by balls and matchmaking mamas, go to a friend's hunting lodge in Cornwall. But caught in a storm, Sindalton heads for cover. Seeking shelter in a cave, the duke is delighted when he stumbles upon Miss Georgiana Bomford, the niece of the local doctor. But the feisty red-headed beauty is unimpressed by his attempt to entice her. Sindalton, however, is captivated and intent on seduction, makes her the target of his all too tempting charms. But Georgiana is not who he thinks she is, and when they meet again in London, the scandalous past is in danger of repeating itself.

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About the Author: (from Amazon)

Emma V Leech is the award-winning author of four series with many more to come!

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THE FRENCH VAMPIRE LEGEND: This is a dramatic and heart-wrenching story of courage and sacrifice and a love that nothing ... not even time, can tear apart.

THE FRENCH FAE LEGEND: With close to sixteen million online reads to date the award-winning Dark Series is one of Emma's most successful works. An epic saga set between modern-day France and the Fae Lands - a historic version of our own world, where only love is more powerful than magic.

ROGUES AND GENTLEMEN: Sexy, tumultuous and desperately romantic, Rogues and Gentlemen will have you wishing for your own pirate, smuggler, Earl or Duke to carry you off into the past.

THE REGENCY ROMANCE MYSTERIES: If you prefer your Regency Romance with a little dash of mystery and murder, these are the books for you. Dashing heroes and wicked villains abound, and of course, a plucky heroine who won't sit about looking ornamental until she's rescued

As an accomplished romance author, Emma won the world’s largest online writing competition ‘The Wattys’ two years running, first with The Darkest Night, and then with her short story, A Dark Imperfection, A Les Fées Novella. Her third published novel, The Dark Prince has been touted as one of The Top 50 Self Published Books Worth Reading in 2015 and is #2 on the list of the Top 50 Indie Books in 2015 as well as being hailed as "An enchanting fantasy with a likeable heroine, romantic intrigue, and clever narrative flourishes." by Kirkus Reviews.

Emma's novels have garnered attention worldwide, and fans who continue to clamor for more through email, Facebook, and Twitter.
When she's not writing she strives to live as far from the real world as possible. but otherwise, she can be found in Darkest Dordogne, South West France with her husband, three children, assorted cats and a wild imagination

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Angie's Angle said...

This so sounds like something I could get into. I would love to learn the roads they take to get to the truth of it all. And likely them falling back into each others arms.

Gladys Parker said...

This sounds like a book I would enjoy. The mystery of her parentage already has me wondering. A light fun read with no murder or scary scenes plus some laughter yes, it is a book for me. I'm wondering about what she will get into or fall into in London!

Melissa Storms said...

I really enjoy historical romance and this sounds like a really good story.

tat2gurlzrock said...

I like the story line. This seems like one of those books you just can't put down!

Krista Miller said...

I don't typically like romantic novels, but this one looks good.

Casey Garvey said...

This looks like a very captivating read! Your review drew me right in!

April Monty said...

Looks like a page turner! Id love a copy for mysrlf.

slehan said...

Looks like a fun book. Thanks for the review.

Karen W said...

I haven't read this one......yet.

LAMusing said...

A little scandal makes for a fun read :)

Mallory Bailey said...

This sounds like a book I would really enjoy!

Jackie said...

She won the worlds largest writing competition! That’s very impressive!

Shakeia Rieux said...

The Scandal’s Daughter sounds like a great book with a nice cover

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