He is notorious. Lord Simon Roxbury is a godsend to gossip columnists everywhere. This notorious rake has recently been caught in an extremely. Read “A Tale of Two Lovers” by Maya Rodale with Rakuten Kobo. An incredible new talent, Maya Rodale continues her deliciously exciting “Writing Girls”. A TALE OF TWO LOVERS. Image of A Tale of Two Lovers. Author(s). Maya Rodale. Rodale is back, this time with a heroine whose penchant for getting into.

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After that, I simply tried and failed not to hate rodsle. So if mays want a good laugh, just read this story, it will crack you up to tears. I was completely charmed by them both. The book’s pacing moves like a decapitated snail recovering from an Opium addiction, but that’s not even the worst part, oh no! It was done in such a lighthearted manor that it didn’t come off as swinish. The Duke of Dark Desires. So when we see this scandal even I was surprised and a bit shocked but we find out the truth eventually but expect the unexpected in this story.

A girl with a gun A charming, singing scoundrel One cracking good tale!

Well right after his father gives him this choice, the scandal of the year, that tops all scandals is about him, and no woman or man gives him the time of day apart povers his closest friends. Jun 20, LaFleurBleue rated it really liked it Shelves: One night at the Opera, she spies Lord Roxbury in what would be the most popular scandal if she were to report it.

The Danger of Desire. The Heir and the Spare. View all 4 comments. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.

This is a Quickie Review. At the Christmas Wedding. Over and over and over. Seriously, an editor should have picked up on this if the author didn’t know any better. Lady Julianna Somerset is the widow to a notorious rake who not only broke her heart but left her destitute. I absolutely loved everything about this book.


Maya lives in New York City with her darling dog and a rogue of her own. Even though there were a few things I didn’t like, I felt like this was such a enthralling read, that just draws you in like a magnet, and I couldn’t help but find a story that sent shivers down my spine and enough sizzling tension to curl your whole body.

Why Earls Fall in Love. How to Lose a Duke in Ten Days. The romance is built up well, and it contains all of my favorite tropes: My GR stats tell me I’ve read 27 books so far this year.

A Tale of Two Lovers (The Writing Girls, #2) by Maya Rodale

A consistent, if rodwle exact A romance where the main characters get married ot the middle instead of the end?!? And it was very mild. The mystery surrounding The Man About Town was a fun diversion from the angst between the two main characters. Would you like us to take another look at this review? The timeline was slightly fudged once or twice, with way too many events occurring in the given time slot view spoiler [ especially in the 10 days or so before the ball which will mark their reintroduction to good society, the heroine succeeded in refurbishing and renovating completely and consecutively 4 or 5 rooms in her husband’s home – that should have taken close to a month in my opinion hide spoiler ].

Apr 18, Alissa rated it it was ok Shelves: Maya Rodale is a new-to-me author, but damned if she isn’t going to become an autobuy. Julianna has turned to writing as not only a way to make money, but also a way to earn her own self-respect. Even the constant reminder of this rakish hero’s past behavior. So he vows on revenge, now I was kinda on his side at this point. That’s what I said,” he said, following her. I could not get over her lies and ruining a mans life all because of her ambitions.


I had to physically restrain myself from punching the words on page.

A consistent, if not exactly historically accurate, setting. Julianna, Julianna, Julianna, why doth thou hateth me so-eth?

A Tale of Two Lovers

Alas, I digress; let’s recap. A Sense of Sin. It’s probably my first time reading this author and definitely not the last! Calling it Gentleman Jack’s is just sloppy. She had the audacity to be upset because he ruined her and he was stupid enough to feel remorse [Insert Face-palm]. A romance where the main talle get married in the middle instead of the end?!?

He loves women — their taste, their smell, the touch of t This is a Quickie Review. Item s unavailable for purchase. The story is fast paced and written with a very British regency feel to it which is refreshing seeing as more and more authors forget about the tone of their book which takes away from the historical feel. Thanks for telling us about the problem.

Jul 20, Laura rated it really liked it Shelves: Yes No Thanks for your feedback! It was a frustrating read and if I didn’t believe in reading each book in a series, I would have stopped after she repaid his kindness with more insinuations.

Julianna, quite simply, comes off as a brat, one who blames Roxbury for everything that goes wrong in her life and takes out her frustration regarding her first marriage on him.

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