A Rogue of Her Own - Grace Burrowes

A Rogue of Her Own

By Grace Burrowes

  • Release Date: 2018-03-06
  • Genre: Historical
Score: 4.5
From 29 Ratings


Continuing the New York Times bestselling series, this marriage-of-convenience romance delivers "flawless prose and delicious wit...Burrowes is pure reading gold" (Library Journal, starred review).
For Miss Charlotte Windham, the best way to maintain her spinsterhood-and her independence-is a teeny, tiny brush with scandal. She chooses wealthy, handsome upstart Lucas Sherbourne as her unwitting accomplice. He's intelligent, logical, and ambitious. What Charlotte doesn't count on is that one kiss will lead them straight to the altar.
Sherbourne has no love for polite society, nor is he keen on being anybody's husband of last resort. He is attracted to Charlotte's boldness, though-and her family's influence. Without a title, he knows he'll never truly be part of their world, even as he and Charlotte inch closer to a marriage that means much more than convenience. But a scheming business partner is about to test that tenuous trust, forcing Sherbourne to make a drastic choice: his wealth or his wife.
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"Smart, sexy, and oh-so romantic." -Mary Balogh
"If you're not reading Grace Burrowes you're missing the very best in today's Regency Romance!" -Elizabeth Hoyt


  • I wanted to like this one!

    By oo4chelle
    I was looking forward to this book for weeks, but it has been a disappointment. It has taken me three days to get half way into it and I'm bored! Normally I can sit down and in a few hours I'll have devoured a good book. This is not that book! I've skipped several pages already. The characters aren't un-likable or likable. They are more flat and uninteresting than anything. I just can't muster up any empathy or feeling of any kind for them. They're dreadfully boring! The plot is achingly predictable and unimaginative. I don't have to go any further into the pages to know how it ends and quite frankly, I have no desire to read any further. Wish I could get my money back.