Review: The Unlikely Lady by Valerie Bowman

Sounds Like A Fun Read…

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The Unlikely Lady (Playful Brides, #3)

The Unlikely Lady

(Playful Brides #3)

by Valerie Bowman

 St. Martin’s Paperbacks

Release Date: May 5th 2015

Review:

Woohoo~!!! Finally their book is here! I got to tell you I’ve been waiting for these two since the very beginning and finally they’re here!

This is book three in Valerie Bowman’s Playful Brides series which follows three wallflower friends as they use their skills to help one another achieve their personal goals. But as each uses their skills, one always falls….(metaphorically speaking).

Miss Jane Lowndes is a bookish bluestocking spinster. At Twenty-six, she’s still being treated like a child by her mother and she’s done with it. She has no plans, actually no desire to ever marry. She has come up with a plan to permanent her bluestocking spinster reputation for good and has called upon her friends for help. With the help of her closest friends, Lucy and Cass, she…

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Review: 50 Ways to Ruin a Rake by Jade Lee

Would Love To Read It… Especially If It Is Fun As It Sounds!!!

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50 Ways to Ruin a Rake (Rakes and Rogues, #1)50 Ways to Ruin a Rake

(Rakes and Rogues #1)

by Jade Lee

Sourcebooks Casablanca

Release Date: May 5th, 2015

Review:

This is definitely the most fun I’ve read from Jade!

It’s also the most different from her because it’s a comical! Yes! You read that right, comical!

As you may not know,  many of Jade’s Historical romances lean towards the darker and tortured side of romance with angst and all but this is one heck of a fun read!

Both these characters are smarty pants and scientist in their own right.

Millie Smithson is the daughter of a scientist and wants to control her life on her terms. Not just that but she want to travel, move out of the country and go to London, produce a face cream for women and hold her own bank account. The only thing that stands in the way is her father and…

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