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Sometimes a Rogue (Lost Lords (Kensington))


Sometimes a Rogue (Lost Lords (Kensington))

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    Available in PDF Format | Sometimes a Rogue (Lost Lords (Kensington)).pdf | English
    Mary Jo Putney(Author)
Even the most proper young lady yearns for adventure. But when the very well bred Miss Sarah Clarke-Townsend impulsively takes the place of her pregnant twin, it puts her own life at risk. If the kidnappers after her sister discover they've abducted Sarah instead, she will surely pay with her life...Rob Carmichael survived his disastrous family by turning his back on his heritage and becoming a formidable Bow Street Runner with a talent for rescuing damsels in distress. But Sarah is one damsel who is equal to whatever comes. Whether racing across Ireland with her roguish rescuer or throwing herself into his arms, she challenges Rob at every turn.
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  • PDF | 352 pages
  • Mary Jo Putney(Author)
  • Zebra (29 Aug. 2013)
  • English
  • 3
  • Romance
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  • By Judge Tabor on 5 January 2015

    This story started with a bang. Mariah and her twin Sarah are out riding when Mariah goes into labor at exactly the same time some villains are attempting to kidnap her. They hide in a ruin and Sarah basically comes out, pretends to be Mariah and off the kidnappers go with Sarah, on a journey to who knows where.Coincidentally, Rob Carmichael, our trusty Bow Street Runner, just happens to be in the area, planning a stopover at Ashton's and Mariah's home. In all the hubbub, he says, "I, Mighty Bow Runner Rob Carmichael, shall go after the lovely Sarah and return her to the safe arms of her family. The rest of you can stay here and help Mariah birth the baby." No, of course he didn't say exactly that, but that's certainly the gist of what happens.Now, if you've read other books in this series, of course you've come across Rob Carmichael and I, for one, have wondered on occasion if he would ever have his story and exactly what his background is. In the context of this story, he's a highly capable man who has a reputation for being the individual to hire if you need someone tracked down or a mystery solved. He's also somehow involved with Kirkland in some of his spy efforts. Kirkland's story is featured in Not Quite A Husband and I haven't read it yet. This story doesn't reveal exactly how Rob is involved with Kirkland.In this story, obviously Rob eventually catches up with the feisty Sarah who can ride as good as most men and who has always thought herself to be dull in comparison to her twin Mariah. Not so. Sarah can hold her own. Both Sarah and Rob were thwarted in love when they were younger and although there's a mighty attraction between the two of them, they resist one another while becoming closer and closer as they find themselves depending on one another for warmth, human companionship and their very lives.*Spoilerish*Although I liked the first part of the book, after they made it back safely on English soil, we learn more of Rob's origins and he has to step into a position he had long ago given up on. During most of the last half, Rob and Sarah, although close, do not profess to love one another. In fact, it appears Rob has a difficult time letting his first love, Bryony, go and is still smarting from his second lover/friend relationship with Cassie from No Longer A Gentleman (The Lost Lords Book 4). Personally I got weary of the last 1/2 half of the book because Rob and Sarah seemed to fade in and out relative to their feelings for one another.So, there you have it. Can't give it more than three stars.

  • By wolfie on 8 April 2015

    This story was as good as all her books. It had adventure , romance and most importantly a happy ending. I have enjoyed the lost lords stories immensely

  • By S. Atkinson on 17 August 2015

    Another book that has me wanting to read the rest of the series

  • By lil C on 10 February 2015

    have thoroughly enjoyed this series

  • By happy reader on 30 March 2015

    enjoyed all of this series

  • By P. J. Pullinger on 21 October 2013

    Once again a wonderful story.It finished to soon.Thank you for a wonderful opportunity to hide in a book while the rest of the world went bye.

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