March 31, 2010

Review of: An Earl to Enchant

An Earl to Enchant: The Rogues' Dynasty Young Miss Arianna Sweet, in grave danger after her father's death, rushes to his old friend Lady Elder—but her protectress has passed away, and now Arianna must rely on Lady Elder's dashing grandson, Lord Morgandale. Having watched his cousins surrender their freedom to two beautiful young ladies (A Duke To Die For, A Marquis To Marry) Morgandale is determined to elude the parson's mousetrap. But can he save the lady without losing his heart?

I'm the kind of chick that really enjoys a good romance, especially the historical flavored kind. An Earl to Enchant is just that! Not only did I get swept up in the sparks happening between Morgandale and Arianna, there is also a mystery in here as well. Someone killed Arianna's father for a formula he developed and Arianna is determined to reconstruct it from his notes and have it bare his name not that of the thief.

I'm looking forward to reading the two previous books in the series (A Duke To Die For, A Marquis To Marry). Not only do I love the alliterative nature of the titles, I really appreciate the strength of Arianna and the little bits I learned of the other two women. I think I will enjoy learning more about their stories.

Title: An Earl to Enchant
Author: Amelia Grey
ISBN: 9781402217616
Published by: Sourcebooks Casablanca (April 2010)
Catagories: Fiction, Romance, Historical
Source: An ARC was sent to me from Sourcebooks.
Grade: B+ What does this grade mean?

Challenges: tiny - 100+

Books in this series:
A Duke to Die For (The Rogues' Dynasty#1)
A Marquis to Marry (The Rogues' Dynasty #2)
An Earl to Enchant (The Rogues' Dynasty #3)**
**This review.

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