Review: Gone with the Rogue

Gone With the Rogue (First Comes Love, #2)

Synopsis:

A powerful handsome rogue finally meets his match in Gone With the Rogue, the second book in the First Comes Love series from bestseller Amelia Grey.

She had an acceptable marriage of convenience. Now widowed, can this determined and beautiful mother find true and forever love?

The sinking of the Salty Dove took her husband’s life―but it didn’t drown Julia Fairbright’s courage to endure. She creates a proper life for herself and her young son. But now, the ton’s most notorious rogue is back in London, and how he makes Julia feel is anything but proper. She can’t deny the desires he awakens in her, even though she knows that the handsome devil will surely break her heart.

Garrett Stockton owns a successful shipping company and is rumored to have a woman on every continent and half-a-dozen in England. The truth, however, is that Garrett has but one mistress: the wide open sea. That is, until he meets Julia, whose spirit of independence matches his own. What begins as a flirtatious battle of wits turns far more passionate than either of them could have imagined. Suddenly, Garrett’s only desire is to sail into the sunset with Julia as his wife and young Chatwyn his son. But she won’t take his hand―how can he convince her that his love is real and his heart is hers?

Rating: 5-stars

Review:

Gone with the Rogue by Amelia Grey is a daring read. A young widowed mother is seeking ways to prove her father-in-law inst the righteous man he has everyone believing. But to do that, she needs to find the proof. A rogue but also a gentleman, Garrett gives her some ideas where to look. He’s also attracted to the adventure seeking Lady who climbs trees to release a butterfly. Lady Julia isn’t a boring lady like society would expect her to be. She ends up breaking all of their rules and disappoints her father-in-law all the time. Julia is worried about losing her son. Garrett is set on seeing Julia as much as possible. Danger, high risks, and a giant emotional pull made this novel a wonderful read. I enjoyed following each of the protagonists as they delved deeper in their journeys. Romance sizzled between them. I felt the desire lace the pages as I dug further into the book. Their dialogue was also entertaining. Overall, Gone with the Rogue is a must read for all who love romance, adventure, and bold characters.

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