A Rake’s Reward (The Merry Men Quartet) (Volume 2)

A treasure lost… American Sara Whately came to England with a single goal: recover a long-lost family treasure. Her father had long ago renounced his title and abandoned his country, but desperate financial straits call for desperate measures. Gaining access won’t be easy. The jewels are hidden on an estate Sara’s grandfather lost long ago in an unlucky turn of the cards. And then there’s the vexing, villainous, valiant Viscount Reath… A jewel of a woman… Sinclair Stratton, Lord Reath has always gotten everything he wants—money, privilege, and woman. But after ten years in India, he’s returned to England, ready to make amends for his youthful follies. He plans to return his ill-gotten estate to its rightful owner, but the man is impossible to find. And despite still being one of the most sought after rakes in town, the bold American beauty he keeps encountering seems to be immune to his charms and dashing good looks. While Sara has promised to not just search for her grandfather’s jewels, but make an attempt at fitting into society, it might just be that Viscount Reath is the treasure she actually needs.

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3 Comments

  1. Very enjoyable sweet Regency Romance The Viscount is trying to restore his honor and return an estate that he won at cards to the original owner. But they seem to have gone to America and vanished. At the same time a young American woman has arrived in England to make her debut. She’s not impressed with lordly titles. Of course it’s inevitable that they meet. 

  2. A decent read, but trite and cliched use of … A decent read, but trite and cliched use of “V” words truly got on my nerves and in the way of the story. You know how you can’t stop looking at someone’s teeth when they’ve got something stuck in them. That’s the way the volatile, vexatious viscount got on my nervesbecause I was wondering how many “V” adjectives there were in the dictionary.

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