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A Rogue for All Seasons (Weston Family #3)

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Handsome, debonair and heir to his father’s title and wealth, Henry Weston leads a charmed life. Women want him, and men want to be him. Even so, Henry wants something more, and for that he needs the help of society’s reigning wallflower.
Diana Merriwether is shocked when Henry proposes a mutually beneficial sham courtship. She can’t resist the opportunity to be wooed by hi

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Published May 31st 2013 by Sara Lindsey
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Emily
I have been impatiently waiting for the third book in the Weston series and Sara Lindsey did not disappoint. If you look at my profile, you will notice that I read hundreds of books a year and while I rate them all, I write very few reviews. I had to stop after reading this book and take a moment to praise not only the beautifully written story of Henry and Diana, but Sara Lindsey for having such commitment to her series and her fans to self publish when her initial publisher made the idiot move ...more
Angie
For anyone who enjoys reading regency-romance like I do, I'm sure you agree on how hard it is to find original stories that still stay true to the essential elements that make historical romances unique. We need a strong-minded heroine, a sweet yet roguish male, and a scandal that is both believable and is able to provide some obstacle for the young couple to overcome. A Rogue for All Seasons has all of these plus some. And, maybe best of all, there is no insta-love!!

I just cannot stress how mu
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Lindsey
Diana Merriweather likes to be invisible. It’s easier to be invisible then to be out there having a good time. If no one sees her she can’t possibly be hurt by them. However, being tall and a redhead doesn’t make it easy for this quiet beauty to hide. She has been running and hiding since she was a child. It was a game to hide and have her parents seek her out until one day her hiding led her to hear a conversation between her parents, that closed her off to anyone trying to get in. She has spen ...more
Dailyn
I have to be honest and say that I did not read the prior books in this series. I did love Henry's wicked ways. I knew where their sham courtship was going to go of course, but it was so much fun getting there. I thought this was fine as a stand alone book. Very good romantic read.
Tam B.
I really enjoyed this book. I understand that it is the third book in a series but it read as a stand alone and I didn't feel as if I had missed anything not having read the prior books.

This book was about Henry (Hal), total catch and player and Diana, wallflower. Henry's mother likes Diana and always makes Henry dance with her whenever she can. Henry resents this. The two begin anew at a ball thrown by Henry's parents. Henry realises that there is an interesting person beneath the very proper
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Audra (Unabridged Chick)
I'm a sucker for happily ever afters, but I'm picky about the journey. When a historical romance doesn't work for me, it's usually because the obstacles are created due to lack of direct conversation or there are misunderstandings so outrageous they beggar belief. When historical romances do work for me, they feature a hero and heroine who are learning about themselves as much as they are learning about each other, and the challenges in their courtship are dramatic and emotional without being un ...more
Jen
In the beginning of the book, I felt like I didn't like Henry because of how silly he was portrayed in the previous books, but he's actually not bad. I guess the author hadn't planned on writing his story or something...possibly, so I actually understand how in the other books, he'd be a little uninteresting. Diana is intriguing, especially with her anxiety. Makes her relatable, I think. Kudos to the author for self-publishing as well as welcoming both good and bad reviews!
DemetraP
I didn't like the first 2 books in the series so feel free to skip them. (They had too much angst)

This book was fun. The heroine is a wallflower in her 7th season and hero wants to start a horse farm and needs to be respectable.

So he asks her to have a pretend courtship to make her more attractive to other guys and him look more respectable to investors.

Naturally, he falls in love with her and has to convince her he really means it.

There is a bit of sadness with her parents having a troubled ma
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Jolene
It was an enjoyable read. The story line I found most intriguing was Diana's parents. Unfortunately she didn't spread their story out well and it ends up rushed at the end. -
Lindi Peterson
I loved this book. Diana and Henry's story was rich and full of life. Great read.
Amanda
I loved this book! I loved how the story showed that Diana's parent's marriage had affected her outlook on life. And I also loved how Sara incorporated their story into this book also.
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SARA LINDSEY began writing during her senior year of college. The rest, as they say, is history... or rather, historical romance. A newly minted librarian, Sara lives in sunny Los Angeles. Having read a number of romances featuring librarians, Sara figures this profession bodes well for someday getting her own happily ever after. In the meantime, she plans to turn as many unsuspecting library patr ...more
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“No, I'm not smart," he whispered against her ear, "but I was wise enough to fall in love with you and clever enough to convince you to marry me. I hope I'm not so stupid that I would ever let you go.” 3 likes
“I can't help wanting. I want you to burn as I burn. I want you to lie awake at night thinking of me. If you sleep, I want you to dream of me. I want you to tell me that you can't stand the sight of me dancing with another woman. I want to know this last week has been as miserable for you as it has been for me.” 3 likes
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