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Days of Rakes and Roses (Sons of Sin, #1.5) Lady Lydia Rothermere Has Spent The Past Decade Trying To Make Up For A Single, Youthful Moment Of Passion Now The Image Of Propriety, Lydia Knows Her Future Rests On Never Straying Outside Society S Rigid Rules, But Hiding Away The Desire That Runs Through Her Is Harder Than She Could Have Ever Dreamed And As She Prepares For A Marriage That Will Suit Her Family, But Not Her Heart, Lydia Must Decide What S Important Propriety Or Passion Simon Metcalf Is A Rake And Adventurer But For All His Experience, Nothing Can Compare To The Kiss He Stole From The Captivating Lydia Rothermere Ten Years Ago Simon Can Scarcely Believe He S About To Lose The One Woman He S Never Forgotten The Attraction Between Them Is Irresistible, Yet Lydia Refuses To Forsake Her Engagement With His Heart On The Line, Will Simon Prove That Love Is A Risk Worth Taking


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10 thoughts on “Days of Rakes and Roses (Sons of Sin, #1.5)

  1. says:

    4 romantic, sexy, lovely stars With her amazing story, Claiming the Courtesan, Anna Campbell instantly became one of my favorite historical romance authors The way she tells a tale, I become part of the story living the life, the hopes, the dreams, the passion, and getting caught up in a world I never want to leave And she s doing it again with her Sons of Sin series.The Story Days of Rakes and Roses is book 1.5 in the series, and a truly lovely second chance romance, the second chance comi 4 romantic, sexy, lovely stars With her amazing story, Claiming the Courtesan, Anna Campbell instantly became one of my favorite historical romance authors The way she tells a tale, I become part of the story living the life, the hopes, the dre...


  2. says:

    Originally posted on The Book NymphoLady Lydia Rothermere was caught in a compromising situation 10 years ago with Simon Metcalf She spent the years in between being a paragon of virtue and modest behavior He left the country and, rumor has it, lived the life of a rake Now he s back when she s just days from marrying a man she doesn t love I really liked how the story starts with Lydia s point of view and then shifts to Simon s The picture she paints of him gets redrawn once I disco...


  3. says:

    I can t be the only person who read this novella and thought it didn t make a lick of goddamn sense I hated Lydia, Simon was a tool, Cam was inconsistent, and Grenville was just a convenient tool inways than one for creating tension A s...


  4. says:

    I could not get through this I hate to say that about an Anna Campbell book, but this novella decidedly did not work for me I stopped at the 50% mark Campbell still had a great vocabulary and the premise of a couple that have been in love forever is a winner, so why didn t it work 1 There was very limited dialogue There would be a sentence and then pages of narrator explanation or internal angst I would forget what had even been said and it no longer felt like a story.2 Some of the phrasi I could not get through this I hate to say that about an Anna Campbell book, but this novella decidedly did not work for me I stopped at the 50% mark Campbell still had a great vocabulary and the premise of a couple that have been in love forever is a winner, so why didn t it work 1 There was very limited dialogue There would be a sentence and then pages of narrator explanation or internal angst I would forget what had even been said and it no longer felt like a story.2 Some of the phrasing was repetitive, almost like Campbell was on a tight deadline and she recycled from the first book in the series I distinctly remember a line she used in book 1 that I loved about turning nights and hearts to flame I loved the image, but when I saw it used again here, with characters I wasn t connecting with, it lost its heat.3 I had no emotional connection to the charact...


  5. says:

    DAYS OF RAKES AND ROSES by author Anna Campbell is July 2013 release.Lady Lydia Rothemere doesn t want any scandal She had to ignore Simon Metcalf and go ahead with her planned wedding with another man.But she couldn t really forget that one passionate kiss she shared with Simon when she was seventeen, could she Now he was here again, ten years later and asking her not to marry a man who left her cold Could she put her trust in Simon again After all Simon had left her and gone Left her t DAYS OF RAKES AND ROSES by author Anna Campbell is July 2013 release.Lady Lydia Rothemere doesn t want any scandal She had to ignore Simon Metcalf and ...


  6. says:

    I actually liked this novella better than the 4.5 novella Granted, it was all very convenient 10 years of separation and the hero Simon returned on the betrothal ball of our heroine Lydia Makes one wonder why Simon hadn t returned earlier, if he loved Lydia as much as he said I appreciate the fact that Anna Campbell moved the story forward smoothly, touching the past without dwelling in it for too long It is a novella after all It was quick and to the point, we were introduced to the main I actually liked this novella better than the 4.5 novella...


  7. says:

    This was a well written novella featuring the sister of Cam Rothermere, Duke of Sedgemoor who appeared briefly in Seven Nights in a Rogue s Bed , whose story will presumably be told in a future book in the Sons of Sin series.At seventeen, Lady Lydia Rothermere and Simon Metcalf were desperately in love but after catching them almost in flagrante delicto, her dictatorial father packed him off abroad, threatening to ruin Simon and his family if he ever came near Lydia again.Ten years later, Lyd This was a well written novella featuring the sister of Cam Rothermere, Duke of Sedgemoor who appeared briefly in Seven Nights in a Rogue s Bed , whose story will presumably be told in a future book in the Sons of Sin series.At seventeen, Lady Lydia Rothermere and Simon Metcalf were desperately in love but after catching them almost in flagrante delicto, her dictatorial father packed him off abroad, threatening to ruin Simon and his family if he ever came near Lydia again.Ten years later, Lydia is poised to marry Granville Berwick, a rising politician in his early forties who is, quite frankly, boring old fart It s clear he s marrying Lydia because of her family connections and that eventually, he would crush Lydia s spirit Cam sees this, and has tried to talk her out of it to no avail, so he does what any self respecting brother would do, and summons Simon back to England after his ten year absence.And of course, he turns up on the night of the...


  8. says:

    This was such a great fast furious pun intended short novella.The couple, Simon and Lydia gets separated after their youthful indiscretion, but these two never forgot that incident, and both were forced by their parents to deal with the repercussions in a best way they saw fit, regardless of the young couple s feelings.My heart broke for these two, and Ms Campbell wrote their emotions so well that I couldn t help but feel for them After a full decade, just as our heroine is ready to tak This was such a great fast furious pun intended short novella.The couple, Simon and Lydia gets separated...


  9. says:

    Days of Rakes and Roses was originally released in July 2013 but regrettably it was not available to purchase in the UK until earlier this year In the intervening three years, I read all the other books in the excellent Sons of Sin series Now reading this lovely second chance romance is just like enjoying a small but delicious dessert after the main course and I can definitely confirm that it can be read as a standalone.I adore Simon He truly loved Lydia but, when her father caught them in a Days of Rakes and Roses was originally released in July 2013 but regrettably it was not available to purchase in the UK until earlier this year In the intervening three years, I read all the other books in the excellent Sons of Sin series Now reading this lovely s...


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    Sometimes our past haunts us Sometimes it s our past relationships that keep holding us back That is until we do something about it Such is the case for Simon After years of traveling the globe trying to forget Lydia Until he hears that she s engaged All he can do is hope that he can convince her th...


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