Review: One Good Earl Deserves a Lover by Sarah Maclean

One Good Earl Deserves a Lover by Sarah Maclean
Series: The First Rule of Scoundrels (# 2)
Release Date: January 29, 2013
Publisher:   Avon
Pages: 384
Source:   Edelweiss

Here’s the thing: Pippa was never supposed to be a heroine.

She was supposed to be a sweet side character in A Rogue By Any Other Name — the odd younger sister who ends up married because that’s what happens to odd younger sisters. And Cross was supposed to (get this!) marry a lady doctor. I had plans for him that involved neither ruination of engaged aristocratic misses nor falling head over heels for strange bespectacled beauties.

Not to mention the fact that Temple’s book was supposed to come first.

I’ve never been one of those writers who has characters who speak to her. I am lord and deity over my books. I tell my heroes to do stuff and they do them, for heaven’s sake. But…for some reason, for this book, I wasn’t in charge. They were. To be more specific, Pippa was. She wanted her time in Cross’s office and she wanted to know what she was missing out on, and she wanted…well…him. And she shocked me just as much as she shocked Cross, honestly.

Suffice to say, she may not be my favorite heroine…and he may not be my favorite hero…but together they are absolutely my favorite couple. And I cannot wait for you to meet them.




2 thoughts on “Review: One Good Earl Deserves a Lover by Sarah Maclean

  1. Maria D. says:

    I have the first two books in this series but haven’t had a chance to read them yet – I do like Ms. MacLean’s writing style. Thanks for the review

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