Rogue Most Wanted by Janna MacGregor
Date Read: June 25, 2019
Genre: Historical, Romance
There’s one creed all Cavensham men subscribe to: they fall in love completely and decidedly. But what happens when the woman you fall in love with swears she'll only marry you as a last resort? Rogue Most Wanted is the next book in the sparkling, romantic Cavensham Heiress series by Janna MacGregor.
SHE NEEDS TO MARRY SOMEONE
Lady Theodora Worth needs to marry fast in order to keep her estate. It’s been her heart and home for years, and she’ll not lose it to anyone. There’s just one problem—as a woman who was raised in isolation by her grandfather, she’s completely incapable of pouring a cup of tea, never mind wooing a man. She’ll need a little matchmaking help from her sprightly next-door neighbor in order to find a convenient husband…
IT’S JUST NOT GOING TO BE HIM
Lord William Cavensham’s heart was broken years ago, and since that day he vowed to never love again. But his spirited Great Aunt Stella is determined he’ll marry or not inherit a single penny from her. And she’s got just the woman in mind—her beautiful and completely hapless next-door neighbor, Thea…
Thea and Will agree there’s no sense in marrying each other. Will wholeheartedly believes he’s incapable of love, and Thea refuses to marry the first man she’s practically met. But Will may be the rogue Thea wants the most after all…
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
Series: The Cavensham Heiresses #5
Also by this author: The Bride Who Got Lucky br> br>
Also in this series: The Bride Who Got Lucky
Read for Fun (Personal Copy)
Overall Rating: 5.00
1806: Lord William Cavensham plans to ask his third cousin, Lady Avalon Cavensham, to marry him. His good friend, Devan, advises against it. Will doesn’t know that her family is making her marry Lord Warwyk and is devastated.
1816: Lady Theodora (Thea) Worth, Countess of Eanruig happily lived with her grandfather, the Duke of Ferr-Colby, until his death. The new Duke, Garrett Fairfax, is a distant cousin and is challenging her right to the Earldom of Eanruig, a very old Scottish title. The problem is, where did her grandfather leave the original charter from Charles II?
Thea’s elderly neighbor, Lady Stella Payne, decides they will all go to London if summoned. She is including Lord William and her dear friend, Lady Edith to help them. Stella wants Will to marry Thea. They arrive in London to stay with Will’s parents. His sister and cousin help Thea learn her way around London. Will and Thea are attracted to each other but don’t want to marry, but Aunt Stella is determined they will.
How do they find the proof of her title? Do they marry? Read this wonderful book and find out. I LOVED it and can easily recommend it.