Review: Any Rogue Will Do

Any Rogue Will Do (Misfits of Mayfair, #1)

Synopsis:

He ruined her reputation―now he’s the only one who can save it.

For exactly one season, Lady Charlotte Wentworth played the biddable female the ton expected―and all it got her was society’s mockery and derision. Now she’s determined to be in charge of her own future. So when an unwanted suitor tries to manipulate her into an engagement, she has a plan. He can’t claim to be her fiancé if she’s engaged to someone else. Even if it means asking for help from the last man she would ever marry.

Ethan, Lord Amesbury, made a lot of mistakes, but the one he regrets the most is ruining Lady Charlotte’s reputation. He’s older and wiser now, but his attraction to Lottie never wavered. Going along with her charade is the least he can do to clean the slate and perhaps earn her forgiveness. And, if he’s lucky, her love. 

Rating: 5-stars

Review:

Any Rogue Will Do by Bethany Bennett is an exciting historical romance. I was intrigued the moment I learned the hero had called the heroine a dull paper doll princess with nothing but a fortune to offer. Talk about the groveling he would need to do! It was fun to follow as he did so. That didn’t mean that the heroine would forgive him. However, she does land in a dangerous situation and is saved by none other than the annoying hero. Truth be told, he would love a life time with her at his side. But he thinks he’s non deserving and doesn’t want to hope where hope doesn’t exist. I love the Scottish hero and the English lady. The Scottish dialect was sexy and charming. The heroine is strong and independent. She isn’t one for being idle. As for her love interest, he’s stubborn and smart. Plus, he’s good looking and brave enough to follow his lass to the end of the earth. Overall, this story was amazing. This was my first time reading a novel by Bethany Bennett. She is a talented writer. I look forward to reading more by her in this new series. Fun, scandalous, and action-packed, Any Rogue Will Do is a must read for all historical and Highlander fans.

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