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A Night of Forever

(The Disgraced Lords #6)

4.08  ·  Rating details ·  409 ratings  ·  114 reviews
Distrust is no match for desire as a proper young miss and a self-professed rogue hunt down a murderer in this thrilling Disgraced Lords novel from the USA Today bestselling author of A Kiss of Lies and A Taste of Seduction.

Arend Aubury trusts no one besides his fellow Libertine Scholars. After his family escaped from France, penniless and persecuted, only the Scholars to
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Published October 25th 2016 by Loveswept
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How ironic. She was nothing to Arend except as a means to spy on Victoria. She was nothing to Victoria except as a means to kill Arend. Neither cared if she lived or died. No one cared. She was on her own.

5 stars!

I really, really enjoyed this book. And I'm also indebted to this book as it successfully pulled me out of my horrendous book slump when it seemed like nothing could. It was filled with danger, romance, angst, unrequited longing, a murder plot, revenge, distrust, love, kidnappings,
Aug 15, 2016 rated it did not like it
Shelves: netgalley
I’m not going to lie but the only reason I wanted to read this book was to see what happened between the Libertine Scholars and the villain who has been tormenting them for so long. The thing is that I haven’t read all the books in this series. I read the first three books then decided to stop...

Book 1: 4 stars
Book 2: 3 stars
Book 3: 2 stars

Do you see the pattern? I was definitely thinking of quitting this series because I wasn’t sure if there was any hope for improvement. I saw the sixth and fin
Amy ~ Love At 1st Read
Aug 18, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Everyone, myself included, has anxiously awaited Arend’s story and the conclusion to who has been trying to destroy the Libertine Scholars. Bronwen Evans does not disappoint in A Night of Forever, #6 in her Disgraced Lords series.

Arend Aubury, 5th Baron of Labourd, has learned the hard way to trust no one. Especially a woman. Aside from his fellow Libertine Scholars, he places faith in no one, But even his friends don’t know the secrets he hides. Secrets that would make them see him for the dis
Al *the semi serial series skipper*
Aug 18, 2016 rated it did not like it
Shelves: arc, hr
***I received this arc courtesy of Netgallery and Random House Publishing in exchange for an honest review***

I was prepared to give this book 1.5 stars but after a second thought about Isobel, I decided to knock that half star off. I have not been this annoyed at a character before and I'm annoyed that I'm annoyed.

I read this book for the sake of completion even though I did not enjoy the previous books. There seems to be a steady decline in the writing with each book. Arend had left me fascina
Aug 30, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: netgalley
*** I received an ARC from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for a true and honest review.***

Arend and Isobel story is built on mistrust, misunderstanding and a lot of suspense. In a nutshell, it is a great story. The author’s choice to call this series “the Disgraced Lords” is very appropriate.

Arend does not trust anybody, especially a beautiful woman like Isobel. Arend is going through an emotional battle and with his logical mind. How can this woman, Isobel, make him feel all sorts awa
Joann Maggio
Aug 25, 2016 rated it it was amazing
A Night of Forever ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Written by Bronwen Evans
(The Disgraced Lords #6)

As an avid follower of Ms Evans I couldn't wait for this book but also the final apprehension of the villainous. Ms Evans is at the top of her game with this story. I hope the series continues there are certain characters I want to see a HEA ending happen.

As to the story, Arend Aubury the darkest of the Libertine Scholars is revealed for his true self and the revelations is on spot for what I as a reader expected.
Tracy Emro
Jun 03, 2016 rated it it was amazing
**I received an ARC copy of this book from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review**

I loved this book - Arend has intrigued me since the beginning of the series and I was desperate for his story!

Arend is hot on the trail of their villainess and is convinced that Isobel is in cahoots with her. He plans to seduce the truth out of her and then have her pay for her crimes along with Victoria. We finally learn about his mysterious past and the reasons for his determination to br
Aug 22, 2016 rated it really liked it
This is the sixth book in the series & is the final ‘Disgraced Lords’ story Arend Aubury, Lord Labourd. Arend trusts no one besides his fellow Libertine Scholars & he definitely distrusts women. His family escaped from France, penniless and persecuted, only the Scholars took him in. Isobel Thompson. Stepdaughter of the villainess who has been plotting against them approaches Arend with allegations against their enemy, he definitely suspects a double cross. Lady Isobel believes that her stepmothe ...more
Tortured trust and love!

Arend Aubury as the emotionally fractured Frenchman, gorgeous to behold and trusting no-one is a wonderful hero. Lady Isobel Thompson as the step daughter of the despicable Victoria is a beauty inside and out.
Of course the page sizzles whenever they meet and that sizzling increases in fervour as time goes on. (Almost too much sizzle and not enough story.) Isobel's vengeful stepmother Victoria appears to be trying to engineer an engagement between Isobel and Arente. They e
Oct 30, 2016 rated it liked it

Boy did I jump into this series on the wrong book. Book six of Bronwen Evans' The Disgraced Lords series and the conclusion of the continuing story arc. It is not the last there are still two characters she wants (Needs) to give a HEA. Unfortunately I didn't like it enough to want to go back and read the other books. ( 2.5 stars at best) The main characters I could not connect to, Arend was way to whinny about how he's not good enough and his pride was way too much and Isobel was kind
N.W. Moors
Aug 20, 2016 rated it it was ok
I've read a few of the books in the series before this one and they were okay. I'm being very generous with the stars here. This book had so many inconsistencies, it became a struggle just to get through it.
Isobel and Arend had no chemistry as a couple. Their passive-aggressive relationship wasn't engaging to the reader and I mostly wanted to slap both of them.
The story has so many inconsistencies and deus ex machina that I can't list them all.. Here's a few. Isobel's father was so broke that
No Apology Book Reviews
Oct 24, 2016 rated it really liked it
I would like to thank Bronwen Evans, Loveswept, and Penguin Random House for allowing me to read this novel in exchange for an honest review.

Lady Isobel Thompson finds herself ensnared in a revenge plot when Arend Aubrey, aka Baron Labourd, begins to suspect her stepmother, Victoria Thompson, aka Lady Northumberland, of being the culprit behind the attacks on his friends, known collectively as the Libertine Scholars, and their wives. Arend can’t figure out if Isobel is in league with her stepmot
Liana Smith Bautista | Will Read for Feels
***I received this book for free from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review, which was originally posted on book blog Will Read for Feels.

I’ve followed Bronwen Evans’ Lords of Disgrace, AKA the Libertine Scholars, for much of their journey as they fought to thwart the efforts of a woman bent on vengeance on them for the sins of their fathers. That journey came to an end with the final book in the series, A Night of For
Sheila Melo
Oct 25, 2016 rated it really liked it
FINAL DECISION:  An enjoyable end to the drama of the Disgraced Lords series, the romance between Arend and Isobel has much angst and distrust on Arend's part.  Isobel must get beyond the shields that Arend has erected while an enemy intends to destroy them both.

THE STORY:  Arend Aubury will do anything to protect the only people he trusts, his fellow Libertine Scholars.  After all his friends have suffered from the person who is trying to destroy them all, Arend knows that he is next and he is
Oct 25, 2016 rated it really liked it
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Arend Aubury has a problem with trust. He had given so much in the past, and it had cost him a lot, and nearly his life. He trusts no one but the Libertine Scholars whom he owed so much. They have been there when he needed him the most and he kept no secrets from them except those dreadful years in his life that he kept to himself. The moment he met the stepdaughter of the woman who has been plotting against them, he alread
Barbara Rogers
Aug 25, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: netgalley
**I received an ARC copy of this book from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review**

OH!! MY!! GOODNESS! What a whiz-bang ending to this great series - or is it??? Turns out the author has now decided to add an additional book.

Arend has intrigued me since the beginning of the series, so it is appropriate that his was to be the final story.

What I didn't like was that his 'dark secret' wasn't such a dark secret. Unappetizing maybe, but I wouldn't think it would be enough to let
Feb 13, 2017 rated it it was ok
As I've stated on numerous reviews on here-I am a big (HUGE) fan of historical romances. I usually find something to like about them and give at least 3 stars even if they aren't the most convincing or creative plot. So, I really hate to find one I can't find much to recommend it. This one was just not very well written and the plot was all over the place. I mean, tortured hero and all is a fine character but I really was tired of listening to him tell himself over and over how he is not worthy ...more
Ermione Pickwick
Sep 15, 2016 rated it liked it


I'm a bit upset. I'm upset because I believe that Bronwen Evans is one of the best author of historical romance around at the moment; she is one of those who writes novels I truly look a lot forward to read, and believe me, I really had a lot of anticipation for A Night of Forever, first because I'm a big fan of the series, second because Arend is one of those charming heroes everyone loves and third because, although I'm generally not much attracted to mysteries, I had developed a strong
Amanda Richardson
Oct 30, 2016 rated it it was amazing
I have been waiting on the edge of my seat for Arend and Isobel's story and "A Night of Forever" certainly lived up to the wait. I have read all of the books in the Libertine Scholars and I have enjoyed them all - the mystery, the suspense, the waiting to find out who the villain is and definitely the hot sex scenes!
Arend is sure that Isobel's stepmother - Victoria - is the villainess the Scholars have been searching for. Arend is also sure that Isobel is in league with Victoria, he doesn't trus
Shay Williams
What better way to relax from the hustle and bustle of the holiday season then to read about a love that happened centuries ago. Or could have happened. A NIGHT OF FOREVER was the perfect remedy to all those not yet wrapped presents.

Let me start off by giving the author kudos. This is actually the sixth book in the series but it did manage to stand alone. This is huge for me as there is nothing that I hate more then a book where I feel lost because I didn't read the earlier books.

I really lik
Lover of Romance
This review was originally posted on Addicted To Romance my-review-updated Summary
Arend Aubury trusts no one except the libertine scholars and their wives. The past has made him believe in treachery and deceit, especially when their nemesis is involved. He has a plan, and will need to use a "supposedley" innocent woman to do it. Lady Isobel Thompson is the step daughter of Victoria, the woman they believe to be behind the attacks. But Isobel knows that her step mother is not what she seem
Nov 08, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Final chapter in the Disgraced Lords

After being hunted and all manner of assault on the Libertine scholars we final make it to the end. Arend, Lord Chambord is the final libertine to have his life assaulted and attempt at framing him for a crime. The heroine in this installment is Lady Isobel and she is the step daughter of the lady they think is the villainous. Hence the libertines have a hard time figuring out if she's trustworthy or if she's working for the villainous. And since this story is
Lori Meehan
Nov 13, 2016 rated it really liked it
Shelves: 2016
I love this series and the characters with in it. I've been waiting for Arend Aubury to get his HEA. He's been the one through out all the books that I doubted would find his one and only. Then Lady Isobel Thompson was thrown into his path and turned his lonely life upside down and started to pick away at all the walls he built up to keep people at arms length. The Libertarian Scholars are on the verge of finally finding the one that's been absent on destroying them. Arend needs Isobel's he
Sep 18, 2016 rated it it was ok
Shelves: netgalley
I finished it, but I had to skim a little. I skimmed sex scenes, which is very very very unlike me. There was a lot of narrative distance, which made it hard to connect with the characters, and I think this story could've been 100 pages lighter. There seemed to be a lot of repetition with the trust issues and what was keeping them apart. Also, the author tried to add ties to earlier books in the series, which slowed the pacing. Not horrible but not for me.

*I received an eARC from the publisher
First, let me say that I received a free, uncorrected proof, eBook from Random House Publishing Group and Bronwen Evans, through Net Galley, in exchange for an honest review of this book. I have not read the first books in this Disgraced Lords series. That said, I also love historical romance novels. This story was wonderfully executed and had great characters, especially the villain. I felt that the story was well written and completely engaging.
Sep 17, 2016 rated it really liked it
If you’re like me, you've read previous Libertine Lords novels, and entertained your own suspicions about the heroine of “A Night of Forever”. I enjoyed the twists and turns of this latest novel in the series, and am pleased that Isobel’s story gets a chance to be told. ...more
Dec 28, 2016 rated it it was amazing
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A Night of Forever
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Review: Arend Aubury would do anything to keep a madwomen from hurting his friends. As such, he is willing to seduce the stepdaughter of the the woman responsible for tormenting him and his friends for something their fathers did. Arend figures that by seducing Isobel Thompson he will either have an ally against her stepmother or learn that Isobel is in league with her mother and can than use her to bring down the woman
Oct 17, 2017 rated it liked it
Shelves: trashy-romance
I don't often read romantic suspense, generally because the suspense part seems to always be poorly written, but this sounded intriguing and I've been trying to expand my horizons lately. This book seemed to be the ticket.

Heroes really make or break romance novels for me, and Arend was definitely a deal breaker. Dude was just so broken. I swear most of Arend's scenes were just him whinging about how damaged he is, how he's done "bad things," and how he doesn't deserve love. Ugh. Our heroine, Iso
Rosemary K
Nov 04, 2016 rated it it was amazing
The Libertine Scholars are seeking a deadly enemy who wants them dead. Their fathers may have committed an unspeakable crime, but these men are innocent of their sires' deeds. They and their loved ones shouldn't pay the price. Lady Isobel Is an innocent caught in the middle of this drama. Her stepmother, Victoria, is the one seeking revenge and she has implied that Isobel is involved. How can Isobel convince Arend Aubury and his friends that she is innocent. Isobel and this dark lord are drawn t ...more
Les Romantiques
Oct 14, 2016 rated it it was ok
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Here we come to the conclusion of The Disgarced Lords series following the Libertine Scholars, grappling with a female Nemesis determined to get revenge on the sons for what the fathers did to her. My reviews of the previous volumes are here

Arend is the last bachelor in the group, and probably the most cynical. Son of French expats, he’s always belittling himself be
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USA Today bestselling author, Bronwen Evans grew up loving books. She writes both historical and contemporary sexy romances for the modern woman who likes intelligent, spirited heroines, and compassionate alpha heroes. Evans is a three-time winner of the RomCon Readers’ Crown and has been nominated for an RT Reviewers’ Choice Award. She lives in Hawkes Bay, New Zealand with her dogs Brandy and Duk ...more

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