{Read eBook} Angel Rogue Author Mary Jo Putney – Vansonphu.com

Angel Rogue THE ROGUEA master spy with the face of a fallen angel and a darkly heroic past, Lord Robert Andreville, returns to his ancestral home in Yorkshire after a dozen harrowing years spying against Napoleon But nothing soothes his ravaged spirit until a determined young beauty sweeps into his lifeE RUNAWAYHalf Mohawk and all American, Maxima Collins is a wary stranger in a strange land, but she will let nothing halt her journey to London to learn the truth about her father s sudden death not even a self appointed guardian who is all lazy charm and dangerous skillTogether they travel across England, evading pursuers and circling each other in a dance of desire, where truth is elusive and only passion is sure Then dark secrets shatter their idyll and only love has the power to heal the past


10 thoughts on “Angel Rogue

  1. Sammy Loves Books Sammy Loves Books says:

    4.5 I used to be a spy stars Loved the hero and the heroine I am usually not a fan of spy novels But I loved the tidbits into that aspect of Lord Robert s past Fabulous writing by MJP and I look forward toof this series.Great love story and I totally loved the secondary love story


  2. Corrine Corrine says:

    I enjoyed this one, although it reminded me a lot of Lord Perfect by Loretta Chase, only this time the adventuresome couple are adults and the protagonists of the story I liked Maxie and Robin together although I think it would have been better had Maxie not sounded so closely like Maggie , since part of the story is Robin s getting over Maggie Margot Petals in the Storm And that part of the book I could have done without It kind of bothers me that Robin still had such intense feelings I enjoyed


  3. Ilze Ilze says:

    Loved this one Terrific road story of the hero and heroine wending their way down to London from Yorkshire, trying to evade some apparent villains who want to return the heroine to her uncle dead or alive, and also being chased, unbeknownst to them, by the hero s brother and the heroine s aunt who have a delightful secondary romance during the course of the story The heroine wants to find out why her father died in London, and the hero, whom she stumbles across on a path in some woods, decid Loved this


  4. Kate McMurry Kate McMurry says:

    Review of Kindle Edition of classic Regency historical romanceLord Robert Andreville Robin is in his early 30s and has become extremely burned out and depressed from two causes The woman he wanted to marry, a fellow spy who for many years worked with him for the British government against Napoleon, has married another man, and after over 12 years of spy work, now that the Napoleonic wars are over, he doesn t know what to do with his life as the younger son of a noble family.He is staying with Review of Kindl


  5. SidneyKay SidneyKay says:

    Oh the good old daysThe rain is on the roofHurry high butterflyAs clouds roll past my headI know why the skys all cryOM, OM, Heaven, OM Road trip Road Trip A long long time ago there used to be a publisher by the name of New American Library, or NAL, and they had this wonderful little branch called Signet Regency Romance They started printing in the late 1970s and lasted until sometime in 2006 Many, many, many authors began with Signet I loved these little books I think they would publish Oh the good old daysThe r


  6. Amanda Caswell Amanda Caswell says:

    A spy introduced in the second book of the series, Petals in the Storm Lord Robert Andreville earns his own novel as a retired spy bored with life until he meets the unique American Indian on her way to London to investigate the death of her father Along the way they run into highwaymen, avoid the relatives searching for them, fight tooth and nail to escape the tough customers determined to keep them out of London, and manage to fall in love and solve the mystery The adventure is good, the rom A spy introduced in the se


  7. Megzy Megzy says:

    I enjoyed this one very much It was really fun to read It can be read as a stand alone book.You can see love almost everywhere in this book Max and her father Robin and Maggie, Max and Robin, Max and her uncle, Max and her aunt, Desdemona, Robin and his brother Giles, Giles and Desdemona I am probably in minority feeling comfortable with Robin and Maggie s love for one another It is a different love. a love born from trust, understanding, respect and shared experiences Even though it was I enjoyed this one very much It was re


  8. Ruth Ruth says:

    I never did feel a connection with the characters.


  9. Ivana Azap Feješ Ivana Azap Feješ says:

    I liked Maxie and Robin together although I think it would have been better had Maxie not sounded so closely like Maggie , since part of the story is Robin s getting over Maggie Margot And that part of the book I could have done without It kind of bothers me that Robin still had such intense feelings and longing for Maggie after they had stopped being lovers and had actedlike brother sister for years A spy, Lord Robert Andreville earns his own novel as a retired spy bored with life I liked Maxie and Robin together although I think it wou


  10. Heather Heather says:

    This was one of my first romance novels, scavenged from the communal library in the clubhouse at the mobile home park where my grandparents lived It was an adults only park, which basically meant it was a little village of senior citizens and a lot of the ladies liked their romances But this was the 80s early 90s, the era of the really racy covers lots of thigh and heaving and necklines defying gravity and that did not sit well with one of the park residents She went through the lib This was one of my first romance novels, scavenged from the c


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