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The Earl and His Tiger (Red-Hot Regency)

3.39  ·  Rating Details ·  148 Ratings  ·  9 Reviews
Stranded during a snowstorm, the rakish Earl of Stanton is staggered to discover that his sturdy "tiger" - an elite Regency groom - is actually a female in disguise.

Being a duke’s daughter had brought Lady Jane de Montfort nothing but misery and the prospect of a loveless marriage. So she had run away to pursue the only passion she had ever known – a love of horses!

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Kindle Edition, 190 pages
Published by Thimblerig Books (first published August 19th 2011)
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Jul 02, 2012 Linda rated it really liked it
This book was a quick read and very enjoyable; Lady Jane de Montfort escapes her home and machinations of her stepmother and takes on the life of a London groom and tiger. She eventually winds up in the employ of he Earl of Stanton, who accidentally discovers her secret , she is not amount boy!
He finds himself enraptured by her and having difficulty keeping his hands to himself.

I am not a spoiler fan so will leave It at that except to say well written , intresting characters and enjoyable story
Cody Young
Aug 22, 2011 Cody Young rated it it was amazing
I loved the hook in this story - an earl who falls in love with his saucy little groom once he wakes up to the fact that he, I mean she, is a woman. The hero, known to his friends as Stanton, is very dashing and I loved the way that he becomes more romantic and more vulnerable as the story goes on. The heroine is makes a fine 'tiger' and I enjoyed the 'revealing' scene where she can no longer conceal her gender from the hero. The author is obviously extremely knowledgeable about the Regency peri ...more
Jun 03, 2016 Lyre rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I must say the author provide a most delightful hero here. Stanton, both elegance and vulgarity, wise and humour. As for the plot, there were some vulnerabilities in it, the heroine's brother was blind for no reason, if not the hero, the heroine's family would never be back to normal.
Feb 16, 2016 Traci rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Wasted idea

The conceit for this story had a lot of potential. But it was needlessly wordy, poorly paced, repetitive, underdeveloped and a lot of other things a good editor could have fixed. I found myself skipping chunks ahead and not feeling an urge to go back to find out where a new character came from and how he/she fit in. Even the sex-related scenes were poorly paced. I say "sex-related" because the characters spend an inordinate amount of time thinking about it -- and the reader is stuck h
Kay Bolton
I am afraid it was lacking the essentials. It felt like a facsimile of Georgette Heyer's 'These Old Shades'; and not a good one. Just like it is wrong to try and sing a Celine Dion hit, so it is wrong to try and undertake a Georgette Heyer-esque book without the talent to pull it off. It takes a brave and talented writer to do that.

It would have scored a 3 star rating, but "gotten" reared up and bit this books's rating on the bottom and knocked it down to 2 stars after some thought.

I don't think
Sep 15, 2012 Lourdes rated it it was ok
For me this was a new take in the old girl dressed as boy scheme, fresh and original but I wasn't crazy about. In my opinion there are too many 21st century terminologies and references to make it a believable regency story. At times I felt I was reading a thoroughly modern novel in which the heroine was forced to wear a corset.
Mar 17, 2012 Vittoria rated it it was ok
Second of today's very silly books. What can I say in my defence? Maybe the spring. I really can't make any comment to the story. It's just appallingly stupid!! And I read it. Can you imagine in what state I must be?
Verity W
Apr 08, 2012 Verity W rated it it was ok
I blame nightshift brain for this one entirely. Utterly mindless, and utterly predictable, this is amongst the more far fetched of my recent Regency reads. I need say no more.
Feb 05, 2013 Donna rated it really liked it
Good story. Not as well written as Cheryl Bolen.
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