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Marry the Man Today (Gentlemen Rogues #3)

3.58 of 5 stars 3.58  ·  rating details  ·  62 ratings  ·  5 reviews
The final chapter in the delectable Gentleman Rogues trilogy by a consistent USA Today bestselling author.

A Lady's Vow.

The very last thing beautiful young Elizabeth Dunaway plan to do is marry! Determined to liberate the women of Britain, Elizabeth opens a private Ladies Club, scandalizing every male in Victorian London.

A Hero's Promise.

Of course, Ross Carrington, the Earl...more
Mass Market Paperback, 375 pages
Published May 24th 2005 by Avon
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So, I didn't feel like the heroine was a man-hater, despite her very feminist viewpoints, but she did irritate me beyond belief. Ross, our hero, is a sweetheart - he's kind, caring, compassionate, etc. And the things that this woman puts him through. She completely disregards how her actions affect anyone else, just so long as she gets her way. I felt like half the time she was using Ross as a means to an end or engaging him so he would become distracted enough not to notice what she was up to....more
I wish I had realized this was the third of a trilogy before I started reading it. There was a lot of backstory on the hero and his friends (presumably the heroes of the first two books) that was missing from this book, and I think I would have enjoyed it more had I known more of his background. I was a little annoyed with how quickly he came around to the heroine's way of thinking too - he was almost too much of a paragon and forgave her too easily for the reckless way in which she pursued her...more
T Bump
Jun 04, 2014 T Bump added it
couldn't be bothered to finish - quit halfway thru and read the end; very predictable
Carrie Olguin

The heroine annoyed me. She's an angry loner with a passion for woman's rights. Though I understand her passion for the cause, I don't understand how she thinks she can succeed by alienating men - men who make the laws and wield the power. She alienated me, and I'm a woman, with her anger and attitude.

And I have no idea what the hero sees in her. He doesn't believe in her cause.

I read through chapter three before I gave up.
Feb 22, 2012 Elle added it
It was great! A wonderful love story w/ a very happy ending...just how I like it:)
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Linda Needham is an award-winning, USA Today bestselling author of ten historical romance novels, seven full-length musicals and two stage plays, with four novellas scheduled for release through 2015. She writes full time from her home office near Portland, Oregon.
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