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  1. says:

    I wavered a bit over the final grade between 4 and 45 stars but plumped for 45 B because in spite of some criticisms I enjoyed the book a lotVirginia Heath registered on my radar when her début novel came out in the Spring of 2016 but I didn’t manage to get around to reading it  I did however pick up her next book Her Enemy at the Altar and enjoyed it very much – on the strength of that one book I decided I had a n

  2. says:

    After reading Virginia Heath's A Discerning Gentleman's Guide and absolutely loving it I added everything from Heath's short backlist to my pile

  3. says:

    It was a pleasant story with solid writing nice MC's and some misunderstandings She did all the running in the end and he played the offended BF Not one for my keeper shelf but an easy enough way to spend an afternoon

  4. says:

    Literally just finished reading this again completely adore this book definitely found another author among many that I utterly love reading the romance the fun the cheekiness of the Rogue in uestion Brilliant thank you Virginia xx

  5. says:

    A light romance that has an undercover heroine trying to win back her family home Cute and easy read maybe a little slow at timesReview coming

  6. says:

    Maybe I have become pickier lately but the moment the hero kissed our heroine while still thinking she was his housekeeper I said NOPE Especially since she clearly said NO I don't care how charming he is and that she enjoyed it in the end It

  7. says:

    4 stars Cute sweet well written Exactly what you will think will happen based on the description and such a lovely trip through the details and story

  8. says:

    Lady Hannah Steers is on a mission She is pretty sure that the man who now owns her family home is responsible for her brother's death and he must be a terrible person She passes herself off as a housekeeper to gain access to the home and to he

  9. says:

    There was a lot to like about this book and a lot to dislikeRoss Jameson is a bit of a rogue very charming flirtatious and all too clever by half He was good fun and his cocksure attitude and ungentlemanly behaviour was really fun t

  10. says:

    I received a free copy of this book for an honest reviewI really enjoyed this book I think the hero is fascinating and it was interesting to watch the heroine fall in love with him in spite of herself She was a bit foolish but that was necessary for the narrative The plot is different than your typical historical as the heroine pretends to

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A lady's mission of revengeLady Hannah Steers has three reasons to loathe and despise Ross Jameson He's a scandalous libertine he stole her home and he was responsible for the. After reading Virginia Heath s A Discerning Gentleman s Guide and absolutely loving it I added everything from Heath s short backlist to my pile she is a relatively new author which is impressive because her ability to create layered characters is superbThat Despicable Rogue is Heath s debut novel and one I greatly enjoyed though not as much as A Discerning Gentleman s Guide In this novel the heroine Hannah pretends to be a housekeeper for the hero Ross so she can gather dirt on him in order to avenge her brother s death Things are dark and messy at the beginning of the book where Ross ends up winning the deed to a house in a card game and the losing man commits suicide at the club The book then picks up almost a year later when Hannah forges some references and leans on her old friend to get her hired as a housekeeper for her ancestral home the same home that she believe Ross stole from her brother and caused him to kill himselfAs a reader we know some truths but for the most part things are revealed to us in layers much as Ross and Hannah learn about each other This complex layering of the characters was also present in Heath s other book and if this ability to create fully fleshed flawed characters is a trademark of hers then consider me an auto buy fan of hers foreverThis story mostly takes place in the ancestral home as Hannah helps Ross restore the place while still conducting her furtive search for his dark secrets As her uest for dirt continues to fail and she only sees Ross kindness fairness and humor she begins to doubt her preconceived notions and slowly opens up to him I loved Ross from the get go but Hannah was harder to like She clung to her assumptions to the bitter end and even slept with Ross without telling him the truth Her persistent lying is what kept this book from being a full 5 stars Additionally the ending is really dramatic and over the top which jarred with the slower pace of the rest of the book Despite these uibbles this is still an excellent read Heath does a great job building a character driven story and I appreciate how well she has her characters explain themselves Even when they do stupid things I still understand why and that is awesomeI look forward to my next book by Heath I am so pumped she has several releases slotted for 2017

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That Despicable Rogue

Death of her brother Determined to expose Ross for the rogue he is Hannah dons a disguise and infiltrates his home as his new housekeeper Unfortunately this scoundrel proves. Literally just finished reading this again completely adore this book definitely found another author among many that I utterly love reading the romance the fun the cheekiness of the Rogue in uestion Brilliant thank you Virginia xx

Read & download Ö PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ú Virginia Heath

Himself to be the epitome of temptation and instead of building a case against him Hannah finds herself in a position she never expectedfalling head over heels in love with hi. Lady Hannah Steers is on a mission She is pretty sure that the man who now owns her family home is responsible for her brother s death and he must be a terrible person She passes herself off as a housekeeper to gain access to the home and to her target She must find a way to get him charged with something Anything really as long as she can then buy back her homeMr Ross Jameson is doing his best to put down some roots He comes from the streets and has made himself one of the richest and most successful businessmen in London but he would like to have his sister and mother with him Just not London it is too dangerous for a young woman to live there so he decides to make over a house he won in a card gameI really loved this story Lady Hannah is a stick in the mud for a housekeeper The interaction between her and Mr Jameson is hilarious I liked that he enjoyed poking fun at her Since he was not born to the aristocracy he feels no compunction in pushing her buttons until she cracks He even calls her Prim since she is always so prim and proper He knows she is lying but he thinks she is maybe a spy for The East India Company who is his direct business rival The writing is fun and light It was a fast read but I will add this to my re read list Great characters always bring me back I m going to look for by this author as wellI received copy of this title for my honest review from The Romance Review