Saving Lord Verwood

Saving Lord Verwood Rakish Lord Verwood and virtuous Miss Penelope Talcott could not be different Then in a chance encounter Penelope saves Verwood s life and in doing so changes hers forever

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  • Title: Saving Lord Verwood
  • Author: Elena Greene
  • ISBN: 9780451210050
  • Page: 281
  • Format: Paperback
  • Rakish Lord Verwood and virtuous Miss Penelope Talcott could not be different Then in a chance encounter, Penelope saves Verwood s life and in doing so, changes hers forever

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    1. I bought this book in a huge lot of historical romance novels. To be honest I started this book with relatively low expectations, but was pleasantly surprised once I started getting into it. Though this is the third book in the series I haven't read the first two and had no trouble understanding what was happening. Penelope and Verwood are both engaging characters and I enjoyed reading about them. I always enjoy books where the two main characters start out hating each other and a lot of the ear [...]

    2. The third and last novel in Greens' Three Disgraces series, I found it the most engaging. The heroine is sweet, the hero willing to learn and change, and the relationship between them blossoms most satisfactorily. The attempted murders are a little bizarre and connected by a truly thin thread, but it didn't affect my enjoyment of the story.

    3. Penelope Talcott is in Brighton with her aunt and uncle for the Season despite her having an understanding with the local curate at home. While returning from sketching one day she falls in the path of Lord Verwood's horse. Verwood has a bad reputation that he is trying to clean up and Penelope has sympathy for his predicament. When an attempt on his life occurs, Pen tries to help figure out who's behind it. Inadvertently Pen's reputation is being smeared by their association. Her curate and her [...]

    4. I received this book for free through First Reads.A charming regency story that was paced just right with some mystery and an adorable romance between the two main characters. I haven't read the first two books in the trilogy, but it did not hamper my understanding of the story and what could have possibly happened before. I will make an effort to read the two previous books to see the development of Lord Verwood. I'm happy to read he got his HEA.

    5. Wow! People really want to kill Verwood! It got a bit ridiculous by the end with all the killing attempts but nonetheless, it was a sweet love story with very mild sex scenes. I recommend it for light entertainment after reading something dark or heavy or upsetting.Would have liked the love scenes to be a bit more descriptive and juicy but that is just personal preference.

    6. I loved this third in the Three Disgraces Series. Ms.Greene takes the hero from being the villain in both prior books to being completely sympathetic and wonderfully written. Be sure to read this in the order it was meant to be ready so you get the full build-up of Lord Verwood's character turnaround!

    7. This was the best of the three books in the series. The characters were more fully developed, and more likable, to me. It was a fun read and a great distraction, which is exactly the reason I read it.

    8. Again A great read. I have not got to read the second in the series though I was able to read this one just fine. It has piqued my interest as to all that went on the second book. Will have to break down and buy it. I would recommend Elena Greene as a great read.!!!! not just a good read.

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