One Rogue at a Time
Rakes and Rogues #2
On Sale: December 1, 2015
Featuring: Bluebell Ballenger; Brant Hallowsby
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Brant Hallowsby grew up on the fringes of high society;
he’s neither a commoner nor a true nobleman. As a bastard
son of nobility, he can talk the talk, but ultimately has
nothing to lose…and that’s exactly what Bluebell Ballenger
Bluebell needs Brant’s help so that she can become a
perfect English rose, because, like him, she’s both a part
of the ton and excluded from it. Brant knows she’s hiding
something from him, but as he starts falling for her soft
skin and sparkling eyes, it no longer seems to matter.
he discovers the one thing that could tear them apart.
Rakes and Rogues
26 comments posted.
Re: One Rogue at a Time
It sounds both funny and realistic. This sounds like a fun
book to read.
(Edward Washington 6:11am December 2, 2015)
I'm so thrilled that I figured out it was D, and I was right!! I
did enjoy your story, nonetheless, and perhaps down the road, you
might want to save it, and write a book of short stories.
Perhaps use it as a book of stories that were written from that
class, and we'll all appreciate what a well-rounded writer you
really are!! Since your bestie has left the State, and I happen
to live in the same State, if we're in the same vicinity, I'd be
more than happy to try and fill in. For my resume, my Husband
says that I have a warped sense of humor, and he never gets my
jokes. It seems that everyone else seems to, though!! lol I
hope that you have a very Merry Christmas, and I wish you all the
best in the coming year!! I'll be looking forward to reading
your latest book, and have put it on my TBR list. The cover is
stunning, as always!!
(Peggy Roberson 6:16am December 2, 2015)
Yeah! I guessed D! I enjoyed reading your story!
(Linda Herold 9:20am December 2, 2015)
As always, your post was so fun! I love reading your stories,
(Karin Anderson 11:49am December 2, 2015)
D. thanks for this lovely giveaway and interesting post.
(Sharon Berger 11:57am December 2, 2015)
I am so glad that it was D. Thanks so much for your wonderful books and contest. You are a marvelous writer!
(Susan Patterson 12:03pm December 2, 2015)
Cute excerpt. I certainly wouldn't want to challenge a pig.
(Krypton I 12:20pm December 2, 2015)
I think it's D.
(Sue Farrell 1:15pm December 2, 2015)
D was my thought... enjoyed your post!
(Colleen Conklin 2:33pm December 2, 2015)
I guessed "D" I love your stories and the pig part is really funny. Anyway Happy Holidays!
(Sandra Stipins 3:49pm December 2, 2015)
Is it D? I loved your article and the pig part!!!!
(Bonnie Capuano 3:55pm December 2, 2015)
I guessed D. I'm so glad I was right. Looking forward to
reading your new book!
(Judy Goodnight 6:21pm December 2, 2015)
D. You're right, no marriage licences etc. in regency days.
and yes you are an extrovert for sure
(Lenna Hendershott 6:51pm December 2, 2015)
I am going to guess D.
(Catherine White 10:16pm December 2, 2015)
I guessed D.
(Janie McGaugh 10:42pm December 2, 2015)
Loved the scene though!! I guessed D & was relieved when I
saw that I got it right, lol!!
(Kelly Braun 2:08am December 3, 2015)
I guessed D right away before I saw your answer.I love reading
(Shakeia Rieux 5:21am December 3, 2015)
D I think. Wonderful Blurb
(Melinda Marks 9:58am December 3, 2015)
Probably D but wouldn't they have written marriages in the church registers? I think that is used today for ancestry records.
(Pam Howell 11:31am December 3, 2015)
knew it was D -- guess I read too many historicals
(Mj Chesick 12:36pm December 4, 2015)
(Anna Speed 12:28pm December 4, 2015)
Yes , D , of course, they didn't have marriage certificates then .Love your books Jade and have read many of them .
(Joan Thrasher 12:52pm December 4, 2015)
D Thanks for the give away. Love your books, Jade.
(Mary Hay 3:19pm December 4, 2015)
apparently it's D, but I'm surprised there wasn't anything
(Diane Sallans 3:53pm December 4, 2015)
Has tp be D. I know they had licenses but the only
'certificates' were what was written in the church
(Sandy Haber 4:10pm December 4, 2015)
D, from my background of historicals reading. But I still liked the scene!
(G S Moch 9:25pm December 4, 2015)
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