Gail Ranstrom
A Rake by Midnight
June 15, 2019 Comments.. 670
A Rake by Midnight James Hunter cannot forget the night he rescued Eugenia O Rourke from a terrifying ordeal how she felt in his arms warm and vulnerable Now working in the Home Office by day he doesn t find it diffic

  • Title: A Rake by Midnight
  • Author: Gail Ranstrom
  • ISBN: 9780373296132
  • Page: 336
  • Format: Paperback
  • James Hunter cannot forget the night he rescued Eugenia O Rourke from a terrifying ordeal how she felt in his arms, warm and vulnerable Now working in the Home Office by day, he doesn t find it difficult to assume the role of her rake protector by night.Gina is painfully aware that James witnessed her deepest humiliation Her biggest fear was her captor s return, butJames Hunter cannot forget the night he rescued Eugenia O Rourke from a terrifying ordeal how she felt in his arms, warm and vulnerable Now working in the Home Office by day, he doesn t find it difficult to assume the role of her rake protector by night.Gina is painfully aware that James witnessed her deepest humiliation Her biggest fear was her captor s return, but as midnight strikes she s afraid of being the object of James s pity.But pity is not what James feels.

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    1 Blog on “A Rake by Midnight

    1. Patrice says:

      This is a historical romance, which happens to be one of my favorite genres. Ms. Ranstrom did not disappoint in her storytelling. I was sucked right into Eugenia O’Rourke’s plight, needing to join her on her journey of discovery. Unfortunately, it is not a pleasant discovery as she wishes to fill-in the blanks in her memory from a night when she was drugged, abducted, stripped, and almost raped and slain. She was in this predicament because she was trying to find information on the persons r [...]

    2. Rebecca says:

      Started out great, but towards the last third, things got ridiculous. The heroine's post-coitus reason for resisting the hero was also really stupid. But the book was entertaining enough.

    3. ❥ Azzurra says:

      Anche con questo si torna a girare sempre attorno agli stessi cattivi e agli stessi personaggi, senza portare nulla di nuovo ed interessante. Le ultime 30 pagine, poi, hanno dato la mazzata finale ad un libro già non propriamente entusiasmante. Quel pò di parte investigativa che nei precedenti volumi era stata trattata abbastanza bene, qui sembra ideata da un bambino di 2 anni. L'intenzione di tenere il dubbio sulle motivazioni di un personaggio cattivo, cade nel ridicolo da tanto è trattata [...]

    4. Marci Hopkins says:

      It's an okay romance. I like the plot setup and I feel like I should like the characters more. The problem is the lead male is awfully stupid for an agent of the crown (he works for the Home Office) and the woman is a bit too impulsive and reckless to be believable. How does she go from hiding in her home to cavorting around at night in a tavern unescorted wearing servants clothing? Answer: without very much transition at all. And that wasn't even the really stupid piece. As usual in these sligh [...]

    5. Kirsti says:

      Yet another regency romance that sucked me and refused to let me go until it's conclusion. I really like the vulnerability of the heroine, and her plight was sad and yet believable. The depth of their feelings was nice too. My only complaint is that I had to read this one between shifts at work and I couldn't fully focus on the story, but that was due to circumstance and not the book itself. Recommend for other regency romance lovers.

    6. Tabetha Waite says:

      While it started out rather promising, with a good premise, I felt the writing was a bit choppy and where there should have been more description, it was sadly lacking. Not only that, but I wasn't too impressed with Eugenia (Gina), for she unnecessarily put herself in trouble with a man who easily found her, but was himself, nearly impossible to capture throughout.

    7. Fanniny Moreno Zavaleta says:

      James Hunter story *-*

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