A Rogue's Deadly Redemption (The Willoughby Family #3)
Let's start with what was great about the book:
I really liked Lily's character. She was a quiet, kind-hearted type of person but, when it mattered, she was strong enough to do what was best for her. Though everyone, including her well meaning family, was trying to influence her, she was determined to do what she wanted. I th ...more
Her mind is made up she's leaving.....or is she? After years of being ignored by her husband....by his explotes being flaunted in the papers for all to see she's had enough. Even telling him she was leaving got no emotion from him. Her heart was crushed. Two years ago he put his life on a course he wanted his wife and family no part of. After a childhood of being ignored and told he was nothing he is finally being appreciated... He believes he's not w ...more
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I really enjoyed Lily and Robert's story. I think it was the first time I actually routed for the guys. Robert was a little too far gone for me but love concurs all. It's the second time this season I read about "memory loss" plot and I quite enjoyed those because let's face it, they only work in fiction.
The heroes or should I say anti-heroes are sexy, cheeky and funny. I really recommend this book!
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I didn't feel lost or out of place by reading this book before reading the previous two books, however I now want to read the others. The romance was sweet and they had definite chemistry even in the beginning.. you could just feel that something was there. A Rogue's Deadly Redemption was a suspenseful love story about forgiveness and new beginnings.
A Rogue’s Deadly Redemption by Jeannie Ruesch was kindly provided to me by the author for review. The opinions a ...more
This book had me going through so much emotions. I love it. Robert was a complete shit, but he had his reasons why he was the way he was. The death of Cary & Edwin was sad. I was hoping they would come back to life, in some mysterious way. But alas not. Good read.
Jeannie Ruesch wrote her first story at the age of the six, prompting her to give up an illustrious, hours-long ambition of becoming a Dallas Cowboy Cheerleader and declare that writing was her destiny. That journey to destiny took a few detours along the way, including a career in marketing and design.
Her first novel, a fairy-tale like historical romance, was published in 2009, but the darker sid ...more