living novels | 5 STAR REVIEW: NEVER RESCUE A ROGUE by Virginia Heath

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The Merriwell Sisters: Book 2
Publication date: November 8, 2022

Virginia Heath Never rescue a rogueThe next book in the Merriwell Sisters series, it’s packed with witty banter, dazzling romance, hilarious mishaps, and twisted revelations that will have you gasping and laughing with delight.

Diana Merriwell and Giles Sinclair only tolerate each other for the sake of their nearest and dearest. Everyone believes the two are meant to be together, but Diana and Giles know their constant pithy criticism stems from shared disdain, not hidden attraction. Diana loves the freedom of working at the newspaper too much to give it up for marriage, and Giles is happily married to her bachelor lifestyle. But they have one thing in common: secrets they can’t risk escaping.

When Giles’s father, the cantankerous Duke of Harpenden, unexpectedly goes berserk, it’s only a matter of time before someone crawls out of the wood and learns the true circumstances of his only child’s birth. As the threat of blackmail becomes real, Giles must first uncover the truth about his parentage, or else he and everyone who depends on him will go bankrupt, and the tenacious hound Diana is his best hope of uncovering the truth. . As Giles and Diana delve into their family’s past, the attraction they both insisted didn’t exist proves impossible to ignore. Soon, the future of the Sinclair estate isn’t the only thing at stake…

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Never rescue a rogue It is the second book of the merriwell sisters series of virginia heather. It’s a smart and charming Regency rom-com with huge appeal.

Diana Merriwell and Giles Sinclair get together, with apparent reluctance, since their sister is married to his best friend (never fall in love with your fiancee). Diana is a not-so-secret journalist who writes a gossip column for a London newspaper. She is also a secret investigative reporter.

Giles is the heir apparent to the Duke of Harpenden, but he’s hiding an embarrassing “dirty secret.” When his father suddenly dies, Giles lives in fear that his downfall is just around the corner.

The story may seem like an enemies versus lovers situation, but it really isn’t. Diana and Giles don’t really hate each other, they just enjoy shoving and barbing. The rest of the family is convinced there is an underlying attraction, but Diana and Giles deny and deny (too much?).

Three elements are common to a good romantic comedy: clever verbal confrontation, unique supporting characters, and convoluted situations. All three elements lead to a fast-paced story with plenty of hilarity.

In Diana we have the independent woman who doesn’t need a man but discovers she wants one. In Giles, we’ve got a very decent guy stuck in a bad situation. It doesn’t take long before he realizes that she may be the right person to solve her problems, in more ways than one!

I really enjoyed the first book in the series, but I think this one is even better. There’s a bit of a slow start as we learn about Diana and Giles’ personal issues, but the story picks up quickly and builds to a fun ending.

Never rescue a rogue it’s full of quote-worthy lines and charming twists and turns. It’s a prime example of a historical romantic comedy that will tickle the funny bone and tug at the links

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About the AuthorWhen virginia heather she was a girl who took a long time to fall asleep, so she would make up stories in her head to pass the time while staring at the ceiling. As she got older, the stories got more complicated and sometimes took weeks to reach a happy ending. So one day, she decided to embrace insomnia and start writing them. But she still takes years to fall asleep.

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