Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Dearest Rogue



Lady Phoebe Batten is pretty, vivacious, and yearning for a social life befitting the sister of a powerful duke. But because she is almost completely blind, her overprotective brother insists that she have an armed bodyguard by her side at all times-the very irritating Captain Trevillion.


Captain James Trevillion is proud, brooding, and cursed with a leg injury from his service in the King's dragoons. Yet he can still shoot and ride like the devil, so watching over the distracting Lady Phoebe should be no problem at all-until she's targeted by kidnappers.


Caught in a deadly web of deceit, James must risk life and limb to save his charge from the lowest of cads-one who would force Lady Phoebe into a loveless marriage. But while they're confined to close quarters for her safekeeping, Phoebe begins to see the tender man beneath the soldier's hard exterior . . . and the possibility of a life-and love-she never imagined possible.


This was simply an amazing story of love and intrigue. One woman's fight to prove that being blind did not make her, and the one man who saw her for who she was. But what do you do when society dictates that they can't be together, and will their love for each other be enough to keep her safe when danger lurks around the corner? I absolutely loved this story, was every thing a historical romance should be, love struggle, and a bit of daring. Phoebe is the type of woman we strive to be and James is the type of man we all dream of. I highly recommend this book to all historical romance lovers out there.

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