If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? Ethan Damont's legendary gambling skills have earned him a place at the gaming tables of London's most exclusive homes. He has used his dubious place in Society to aid The Liar's Club. But his latest favor to the group has not only put his life in danger-it has thrown him together with the woman who tempts him to forgo his rakish ways.
Lady Jane Pennington is the ravishing niece of a suspected traitor. Jane can barely wait for the Season to end-until she meets Ethan Damont. After a humiliating first encounter, Jane expects a scoundrel like Ethan to joke at her expense. Instead, he behaves like a perfect gentleman. But just as Jane finds herself overcome by her desire for Ethan, he takes her captive. Suddenly, she is pulled into a dangerous world where it's impossible to know who is friend-and who is foe.
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Eventually, I fell in love with both series. I am in love with the author, which is rare for me. She doesn't need to fear that I am that kind of fan in Misery by Stephen King. That was unique to me. For the first time in years, I bought the Liar's Club and the Royal Four books at retail price in the Kindle version. She is that good to me, and I have read many old romance novelists in the past. To me, most of her books are great page-turners, and I like the heroines and heroes.
Yes, I have favorites and lesser favorites, but the lesser favorites were still good enough to purchase. The author is not wordy, unlike the current Stephen-King style that I grew to dislike after his earlier books up to The Eye of The Dragon, but she somehow manages to weave rich story-lines without being wordy. That's really a feat. Now, I understand not everyone will feel the same way like I don't think the same for some other novelists that people like.
Different strokes, I guess. Ethan Damont is a gambler, recruited by the Crown and also the French to each spy on each other. Ethan's prior claim to fame had been fleecing money from the ton and he has quite a reputation as a rouge. He was just going through life without any purpose, no real cares, no thoughts of the future, but not really that happy either. As so many of these rouges he was beginning to become bored and restless.
The "attraction" and romance between them seemed a bit strained, though the one full love-scene was quite daring and much hotter than the previous books in the series. The ending was quite nicely concocted if you ask me. Although the Liar's series might have come to an end, the ongoing spy theme is far from finished. The revelation of the Chimera's identity and the cameo of the Falcon carry us onward into The Royal Four series.
A really nice move, that. This book also put in stark evidence that whoever writes the blurbs, evidently doesn't bother with reading the book first. Ethan Damont is asked to spy on Lord Maywell when he meets Lady Jane Pennington and things go from flirting in the gardens to masturbation in carriages to virgin bondage sex the virgin is the one performing the bondage, to be clear to spy game bullshit all the way down.
This was emphatically the worst of the series. The writing is wildly uneven; the characterization is sloppy; the pacing is even messier; the introduction of the larger "evil spy Chimera" was just a disaster: The divergent threads never seemed to culminate in anything. There's the secret spy nonsense so poorly developed and Ethan's conflicting spy vs.
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While the carriage scene was fire, the bondage sex scene was cringe. It didn't truly make sense because it wasn't honed enough to matter. Also Dalton can pretty much fuck off. Jul 05, Elis Madison rated it really liked it Shelves: The thing is, even the Liars aren't sure whether "targeted" means he's a guy who knows too much and is a liability Or whether his cheating gambling skills might make him a great recruit for the Liars.
And, unfortunately for Ethan, the Liars aren't the only ones who are asking themselves this question.
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Lady Jane Pennington and her mum were left penniless when her father died, but now she's an heiress, and the gents are lining up to snag her interest. But it's the handsome, completely ineligible Ethan who has her attention. Jane is also an intelligent, curious girl in a house full of interesting secrets. And she has a secret of her own. There are a few nice surprises towards the end of this installment in the series, and, while Ethan does some stuff that call for The HEA is worth it. May 17, Ruth rated it it was amazing Shelves: The story starts off lightly enough but descends into something darker than the preceeding books.
The hero is the most reluctant of spies and the heroine the most enthusiastic. The dialogue, both between the main protagonists and internal, just sparkles - witty, dry and fast. The heroine is absolutely intriguing and I love the way the author keeps you guessing about her motives. The hero is also delicious - naughty and sexy, which nicely describes the lo I LOVED the hero and heroine in this one.
The hero is also delicious - naughty and sexy, which nicely describes the love scenes too. The author really saved the best for last in this series, but you do need to read the rest of the series otherwise it'll be a load of nonsense. Oct 05, Debbie rated it really liked it Shelves: I picked this up at a used book sale a few years ago and didn't know what to expect, not being familiar with the author or series. Turns out it was really good!
The main characters are interesting and likeable, and I loved that they were quick to laugh snort with laughter in fact, several times in Lady Jane's case at things that also made me laugh. And of course, I'm always drawn to spunky, smart, independent female characters. I'm interested enough to pick up the others in the Liar's Club ser I picked this up at a used book sale a few years ago and didn't know what to expect, not being familiar with the author or series.
I'm interested enough to pick up the others in the Liar's Club series. Mar 30, Farshana rated it really liked it.
Surprisingly a very easy read. Ethan and Jane were very interesting characters and the witty dialogues just added to the sparkling chemistry between them. There was a bit of spy intrigue that spiced up the romance so in all it made a very entertaining read. I haven't read any other books by the author but the dry humor did make me smile throughout. The heroine was made of sterner stuff rather than the damsel in distress category that one gets used to and made a refreshing change in this genre.
This was just okay. I always appreciate a good triple agent, but I didn't much care for Jane and couldn't figure out why she was into Ethan. Also there was a whole subplot where they throw her in Bedlam for her own good, and we're expected to believe that Rakish Man-About-Town Fake-Gentleman Gambler doesn't know what kind of place it is. Feb 10, Lea Bourg' rated it really liked it. The fifth and final book Liar's Club However, if he doesn't look like one, Ethan is a true gentleman and Jane feels increasingly drawn to him.
But when she finds herself caught in the middle of a terrible tangle of secrets, Jane is going to need all the help she can have, whatever the doubts and torments The fifth and final book Liar's Club But when she finds herself caught in the middle of a terrible tangle of secrets, Jane is going to need all the help she can have, whatever the doubts and torments of Ethan are As expected, the characters are intriguing, complex and very well built.
Jul 16, Belinda McBride rated it really liked it. This one is light and a bit fluffy. I haven't read the rest of the series yet was able to put together the bigger picture with the other characters and the over-arching plot-line. There were some moments I had to suspend disbelief, but that's okay. The hero and heroine are quite appealing, the sexual tension is pretty hot. It moved quickly and gave me a few laughs, but unfortunately I don't know that the laughs were intended.
At one point, the hero is angsting about his lack of social status and This one is light and a bit fluffy. At one point, the hero is angsting about his lack of social status and makes the comment that he has a 'sticky label' on his forehead. I had this image of Mr. Darcy wearing a yellow Post-it note on his face There are some twists and turns that are a bit of a stretch, and some historical inaccuracies in terms of language, but in all, its a good read. I'll have to go back to the beginning and pick up the rest of the series.
I wonder if others were as confused as I was. Her father's brother dead, and her fortune changed. It took me until after the book was done to understand - her uncle was dead, so the heir who took over recruited her. I wanted to pat Ethan on the head at various times. It's just that sometimes it was my hand and sometimes it was my iron skillet. Jane was relatively uncomplicated - it wasn't until towards the end that you realize she was anything other than an heiress in search of a husband.
It is rather interesting though to read a book that's mostly from the H's POV. Aug 27, Karie Westermann rated it it was ok Shelves: This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.
To view it, click here. This is turning out to be a summer of regency romance for me. I never planned it that way. I also need to concoct a better category for my fluffy reads as this shouldn't be labelled as "Crap I Do To Myself". Bradley's book was everything but crap. It was delightful, smart and well-written.
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I will have to dip into The Royal Four series next as This is turning out to be a summer of regency romance for me. I will have to dip into The Royal Four series next as I am completely caught up in the spy intrigues. Dec 30, Kimia Safavi rated it it was amazing. The Rogue is a great regency romance and the fifth book in "The Liar's Club"series.
This is the second book I read by Celeste Bradley, I enjoyed it a lot and couldn't put it down. The story of Ethan and Lady Jane was funny, romantic with lots of adventures. The plot was great and unexpected, the characters were believable , strong and real, The dialogue were witty and funny. I am looking forward to read more books by Celeste Bradley,her writing is amazing.
Thank you Celeste Bradley. Feb 08, Shana Karnes rated it liked it. I think the first three books in this series were quite strong! The last two fell off a bit but were still good. Nov 18, Alex rated it it was ok Shelves: