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Sarah MacLean (1) (1978–)

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About the Author

Sarah MacLean grew up in Rhode Island. She majored in European History at Smith College and later earned her Masters degree in Education from Harvard University. MacLean is the author of the series Love by the Numbers and Rules of Scoundrels. The fourth book in that series, Never Judge a Lady by mostrar mais Her Cover, made it to many bestseller lists as did The Day of the Duchess. (Bowker Author Biography) mostrar menos


Obras de Sarah MacLean

A Rogue by Any Other Name (2012) 996 cópias
One Good Earl Deserves a Lover (2013) 721 cópias
The Season (2009) 662 cópias
No Good Duke Goes Unpunished (2013) 572 cópias
Acordo com o Marquês (2015) 570 cópias
Wicked and the Wallflower (2018) 530 cópias
A Scot in the Dark (2016) 402 cópias
Perigo para um inglês (2017) 400 cópias
Brazen and the Beast (2019) 384 cópias
Bombshell (2021) 323 cópias
Daring and the Duke (2020) 277 cópias
How the Dukes Stole Christmas (2018) — Contribuinte — 213 cópias
Heartbreaker (2022) 205 cópias
Knockout (2023) 117 cópias
Naughty Brits (2020) — Contribuinte — 26 cópias
Scandal & Scoundrel 1 exemplar(es)

Associated Works

Sword Stone Table: Old Legends, New Voices (2021) — Contribuinte — 172 cópias
Dark Duets: All-New Tales of Horror and Dark Fantasy (2014) — Contribuinte — 103 cópias


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Meet Me at Wayfair by Tessa Dare - 4 stars

Meet Me at Wayfair is a super cute novella. Louisa needs to get married soon, or her family's home will be lost to them. The mortgage has come due and they cannot pay. She goes to a ball and unexpectedly meets the man who is calling in the loan. After a rough beginning, they both realize that neither one of them is what the other expected.

Most of the novella is concerning the first night that Louisa and James meet, but it didn't feel rushed. The chemistry and romance between the characters was really sweet.

The Duke of Christmas Present by Sarah MacLean - 3.5 stars

The Duke of Christmas Present is a spin on A Christmas Carol. Eben and Jacqueline (Jack) met when they were teenagers and fell in love. When Eben's father died leaving his estate in ruin, Eben was determined to solve the financial problems. So much so that he became obsessed and neglected everything else, including his relationship with Jack. Eventually Jack left Eben to travel the world and Eben was left with only his money. Twelve years later, Jack returns.

This is a cute second-chance novella. Jack and Eben both feel betrayed, but they still love each other. Most of the chapters focus on Eben's perspective, and his eventual guilt over how he acted, with flashback chapters of their past together.

Heiress Alone by Sophie Jordan - 1.5 stars

Heiress Alone didn't work for me. The heroine, Annis, is accidently left behind by her family in Scotland. When raiders begin attacking homes in the area, her neighbor, Calder (who happens to be a duke), arrives to bring Annis and her two servants to his castle to keep them safe.

Annis and Calder are both uninteresting and behave in very unbelievable ways. They have almost no chemistry together and their romance is rushed and contrived.

Christmas in Central Park by Joanna Shupe - 2.5 stars

Christmas in Central Park is set in New York City in the late 19th or early 20th century. Rose is a successful advice columnist who is posing as a married, high-society woman for her readers. No one at the newspaper, except for her editor, knows the truth. When her editor is fired, the president of the company, Duke, pressures Rose into hosting a dinner party for the newspaper's board members. Rose, with the help of her friends, tries to make it work in order to keep her job.

This novella has an interesting premise, but I didn't like it very much. So much time was devoted to the secret about Rose's identity, with almost no time devoted to the resolution. Rose and Duke weren't terrible, but they both annoyed me at times. The end is alright, but hurried and improbable.
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zeronetwo | outras 12 resenhas | May 14, 2024 |
I really liked reading Nine Rules to Break When Romancing a Rake. The heroine is 28 and has spent her whole life being a perfect lady, although it has never made her happy. Now she is 28 and she decides to make a list of things that she wants to do, many of them activities that are not done by respectable ladies of the time (like going to a bar or gaming hall, smoking, fencing). The hero is pulled into her plans and eventually embraces them. I like how the hero and heroine grew to know and care about each other.

This book did have a few things that I don't like in romance books. In the prologue, the heroine, who is 18 at the time, witnesses the hero kissing another woman. Then the first chapter opens with the hero waking up next to his mistress when his brother knocks on the door waking him. Both of the scenes happen very early in the book and the hero is never with anyone other than the heroine after. There is also a scene where the hero kisses the heroine when she is angry at him. She tells him to stop, but he continues. She starts kissing him back a few seconds later, so I guess it doesn't matter much, but I'm not a fan of that scene.
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zeronetwo | outras 88 resenhas | May 14, 2024 |



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