Donna’s Review: The Scoundrel and I by Katharine Ashe

Posted February 13, 2017 by Felicia S in 2017 Read, Donna's Reviews, Reviews / 3 Comments

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Donna’s Review: The Scoundrel and I by Katharine AsheSource: Kindle Purchase

Format: Audiobook

The Scoundrel and I by Katharine Ashe


Date Read: August 4th 2016

Genre: Historical, Romance
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A sexy, heartwarming novella from the author of RITA(r) Award Finalists My Lady, My Lord and How to Marry a Highlander... Printer's assistant Gabrielle Flood just made the worst mistake of her life. Then handsome, dashing Captain Anthony Masinter came along... And made it even worse. And he's the last man on earth who can help her fix it. Sometimes a disaster is exactly what two people need to fall in love. The Scoundrel & I is a standalone spin-off novella from Katharine Ashe's acclaimed Falcon Club Series, with special BONUS MATERIAL: the complete correspondence of Lady Justice and Peregrine, including never-before-published letters.

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Publisher: Billet-Doux Books

Also by this author: The Earl, The Pirate and I, The Duke, The Prince

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Katharine Ashe puts more story into a novella than some authors do a full length novel. This is a wonderful read and a gorgeous cover! It is part of the Falcon Club/Devil’s Duke series. It can be read as a standalone, but you might enjoy it more if you know about Lady Justice’s letters for the rights of the poor and women.
 
The heroine, Gabrielle Flood, works for very low pay at the print shop that publishes Lady J’s letters. She also takes cares of her sick grandmother. When her employers take a vacation, she takes some type home for her grandmother to feel the letters. However, disaster strikes when an aristocrat in a hurry runs her down and she loses some of the letters.
 
Captain Anthony Masinter has no plans to marry but feels obligated to take care of his deceased first lieutenant’s widow and children. When he meets Elle again after knocking her down he is determined to help her keep her job and in doing so, falls in love with her. But he has a responsibility to the widow. What is he to do?
 
I don’t write plot spoilers so this is a limited review of all that happens in this book. I believe you’ll fall in love with Tony and Elle. I enjoyed it immensely and hope you will try it.

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3 responses to “Donna’s Review: The Scoundrel and I by Katharine Ashe

  1. Ohh great review this is actually the first time I heard about this book, and it looks and sounds absolutely fantastic. Plus I really love historical romance books as well. Thank you so much for the awesome post.