The Last Rogue 2
Jane and Viscount Raleigh have married in a pragmatic scheme to protect their reputations. But she lacks confidence in her looks, and they haven’t yet consummated their union Raleigh escorts Jane to Kraven Hall, an estate in Northern England that he’s inherited from his great-uncle. The manor is in a terrible state, and strange things begin to happen soon after they arrive. The servants are all terrified, but despite the creepy occurrences Jane seems to like it there. Raleigh finds himself becoming more and more infatuated with his bride as together they face the obstacles Kraven Hall throws their way.
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- JAB 01/28/2015 1 people found the following review helpful
The fun thing about a romance comic is when there is another theme added to it, especially a mystery. In this story, the hero and heroine discover the secrets of the manor and the mystery of the strange occurrences. It's a part two book but I didn't buy the first one because I wanted to find out the ending real quick. This book has the characters actually getting to know each other without jumping into bed, which to me is good. They bond and point out each other's amazing qualities. The hero points out how the hero should be proud of her outer appearance instead of comparing it to her sister, which is sweet. The heroine respects and learns to open to the hero. They actually both grow in maturity and love. It's a really good book.
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