Never Judge a Lady by Her Cover

Never Judge a Lady by Her Cover She is the most powerful woman in Britain A queen of the London Underworld But no one can ever know He is the only man smart enough to uncover the truth Putting all she has at risk Including her he

  • Title: Never Judge a Lady by Her Cover
  • Author: Sarah MacLean
  • ISBN: 9780349400600
  • Page: 412
  • Format: Paperback
  • She is the most powerful woman in Britain, A queen of the London Underworld But no one can ever know.He is the only man smart enough to uncover the truth, Putting all she has at risk .Including her heart.Chase s story, coming in 2014

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    1. This book! I can't. Here's the thing. Once upon a time a young girl was seduced, under the pretenses of true love, marriage and happily-ever-after. Of course, nothing like that happened, the girl is ruined and pregnant at sixteen. She is despised by everyone, condemned, they're calling her a whore and whatnot. It's the nineteenth century after all. If you're a girl, you better be a virgin or you can drop dead, nobody would care.So this girl vows revenge on everyone, they are all going to pay for [...]

    2. My theory on who Chase isSpoiler Alert! To find the answer, one must start at the beginning. The link between Love by Numbers and The Rule of Scoundrels is Lady Penelope Marbury. Ten years ago, Lady Penelope, whom now is the marchioness of Bourne (from Rules of a scoundrel), was once plagued by a broken engagement. An engagement which was sought after by the Duke of Disdain, or otherwise known as the Duke of Leighton (from Love by Numbers). The duke was desperate to do what he must to protec [...]

    3. FINALLY! Happy Release Day! Get your copy and enjoy!5 'nothing short of amazing' stars!This final book in Sarah MacLean's Rules of Scoundrels series is brilliant! The way Chase's story unfolds and comes together with Duncan West's is storytelling at its best! DescriptionShe is the most powerful woman in Britain, A queen of the London Underworld But no one can ever know.He is the only man smart enough to uncover the truth, Putting all she has at risk . . .Including her heart.By day, she is Lady G [...]

    4. Blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. I had been looking forward to this book. I was so excited that I figured out the secret of Chase in the first book in the series. There was one thing I didn’t realize, but it didn’t really matter ultimately. Not much was done with it like so much else in this story.What we got was pages and pages of repetitive inner monologue from both leads. This book was so padded I don’t think the actual action would have made enough text for a novella. It’d be a short. [...]

    5. Rating :2.5 Disappointing StarsMy Views : I loved the prologue. We get to see lady Georgiana as someone who was innocent and let herself get carried in the throes of passion. But the distinction between then and ten years later we see how Georgiana has grown and she is no longer that sweet innocent girl a woman who hold the powers of the society in her hands and she fully intend to use them for her daughter’s happiness. However, I expected more from her as Chase where she was supposed to be th [...]

    6. 3-3 ½ stars – Historical RomanceI’m a big fan of this author, and I’ve enjoyed all of her previous books. I loved the idea of this book, but unfortunately, it just didn’t quite deliver on the immense potential of such an intriguing, original twist and premise. There was way too much H/h inner monologue and time spent deliberating and lamenting over secretsher secretshis secretseir secrets was exasperating, overly dramatic, and repetitive. The self-imposed denial, longing, sadness, and s [...]

    7. Rating: Trust me when I say I love Sarah MacLean, I really love her. Before reading this book, she was in my top 3 of my all-time favorite historical romance authors, just after Lisa Kleypas and Julia Quinn. I believe this book could've got 3 stars from me if the summary wasn't so damn good or if it was from another author. After loathing No Good Duke Goes Unpunished, I expected MacLean to redeem herself with a strong closure. How disappointing to see she missed this opportunity and released ano [...]

    8. Probably not my favourite but still a good read. Roulette was like life He removed his shirt then, pulling it over his head, revealing a long sinewed torso, all curves and crevices. No man outside of classical sculpture should look this way Poseidon flashed again Hypocrisy was the bedrock of the peerage. "I am going to taste you and touch you until you come and your screams fill this room with only the water and the sky as witnesses."Loved catching up with the previous characters.We are like w [...]

    9. Ugh INEEEEEEEDthis book.(view spoiler)[I swear to god Chase is going to be with Duncan West. (hide spoiler)]EDIT: I finished!! WOOOOH!!! 4.5 stars! Cross's book is still my all-time fave, but Chase's was such a good book too. Loved it!(view spoiler)[and holy shit DUNCAN!!!!!! YOU HOT-ASS SCOUNDREL!! (hide spoiler)]

    10. I was so confused when I started this book. Did all of the Fallen Angels owners and their wives already know about Chase/Anna/Georgiana? I'd have to go back and read the other books to know, and since I listened to the audiobooks, that would be difficult. I think maybe I didn't catch on to something I was supposed to in the previous books :(:(:(Still, this book was more exciting for me than the last couple. I just really liked Duncan and Georgiana. I liked that Duncan wasn't an aristocrat. He ca [...]

    11. I have enjoyed the Rule of Scoundrels series very much and in this the probably conclusion to the series the final owner of the Fallen Angel is paired up. Chase has been the mysterious man behind the Angel since the beginning. No one knows who he really is except those closest in the inner workings of the club and the fellow owners that Chase saved and offered a chance at redemption. Now it is Chase’s turn to find redemption, except Chase must do it not as the owner of the Fallen Angel but as [...]

    12. We are two halves of a coin.Ok all I have to say is that I am baffled by the questionable reviews. Honestly this was fabulous. The storyline couldn't be any more intriguing. And I thought, carried out to perfection. I can't say much more about it though, I don't want to spoil anything but wow. The perfect end to a great series. Why not take the pleasure and leave everything else?

    13. The Rules of Scoundrels series has come to an end and I will honestly miss these guys. Such sexy leading heroes with great back stories. Did I love this one? No. It was decent and it wasn't a complete disaster like the 3rd book. *cries* Sorry Temple baby. *pets bulging muscles and strokes hair* Aaaaanyways, where was I? Oh yes! Georgiana and Duncan. They made a lovely couple, I adored Duncan. What a sweetheart who was a interesting combination of a beta and alpha hero. He made a worthy hero and [...]

    14. I have thoroughly enjoyed each of the books in Ms MacLean’s Rules of Scoundrels series, but I think Never Judge a Lady By Her Cover is quite possibly the best of the lot!The author has very cleverly kept her readers on tenterhooks regarding the identity of the mysterious and enigmatic Chase, the founder of and fourth partner in London’s premier gambling establishment, The Fallen Angel – and I’m sure it’s no exaggeration to say that we were shocked, awed and excited when, at the end of [...]

    15. When a promising book turns out to be nothing more than MEH. I really tried to like this book, but there were too many aspects that turned it into a 3-stars-read. A bad 3-stars read. The heroine, Georgiana, annoyed me most of the time. I couldn’t connect to her character at any point, because she was always complaining. She had this big revenge-thing going on with the ton, but I could have understood her more if there wasn’t mention of it every two pages. What else was mentioned in every oth [...]

    16. So disappointed in this!It pains me to give this book 2 stars. I've never had such a hard time finishing a Sarah Maclean novel. It started off nice, but quickly went downhill. It was a chore to readextremely tedious. I like to escape when I read and this book made me feel like I was working another day job! I feel as if Maclean did not know what to say. So there were times when I felt like she started filling in with useless information. I can't count how many times she repeated the same things [...]

    17. Read this review on Got Fiction? book blogSpoiler FreeI loved it. I love this series, I love this author, I love this book. I can’t really go into much detail about the plot, other than to say that Chase is one very complicated person. Many of you know by now who Chase is, (minor spoiler because it’s in the blurb) Chase is the Duke of Leighton’s sister Georgiana (he’s from Thirteen Scandals to Start to Win a Duke’s Heart).Once upon a time, Georgiana, daughter of a duke, was sweet talke [...]

    18. 4.5, en realidad pero le pongo 5 estrellitas que luego al final del año quiero tener alguna jajajaYa es mucho que con las ganas que le tenía a esta novela no me haya defraudado.La historia no es que tenga nada memorable, pero ambos protagonistas tienen garra y la autora ha sabido ser coherente (quitando ese final algo peliculero) con una historia que se presentaba complicada.Sobre todo Georgina, con esa, no dualidad, sino diversidad de papeles jajajaDuncan sabe estar a la altura, y la autora c [...]

    19. Never Judge a Lady by Her Cover by Sarah Maclean is a 2014 Avon publication. I’ve only recently discovered this author, and while I enjoyed the first book in the Scandal & Scoundrels series well enough, it was this series I was the most curious about. First of all, I was relieved to find the book is not about a young girl trying to fight against the rules of society or the TON, or peerage trying to avoid marriage. Instead, we have Georgiana, who makes a mistake at sixteen, becomes an unwed [...]

    20. I really liked this series. There were only two issues I had with this book. The mental hand wringing of both the hero and heroine over why they can't be together was a bit repetitive. Also, I said this in a review of another book but I really would like to have an HR where the MC owns her sexuality and is not ashamed of it. Maybe that's too much to ask for in HR but it would be a breath of fresh air. In this one the MC (view spoiler)[ has two personas she presents to the world. One is the ruine [...]

    21. So much potential!I really, really wanted to like this book. When it was revealed that Chase, the big boss of the Fallen Angel was a woman, I was thrilled. Bravo, Ms. MacLean! You had me completely fooled. Plus, Chase is also the same person as Anna, the prostitute who acts as Chase's proxy. A three-identity girl. How can I resist this book!Turned out that Chase's real character is Lady Georgiana Pearson, the sister of the hero in Eleven Scandals to Start to Win a Duke's Heart. Another applaud t [...]

    22. I adored the hero Duncan, he was perfect for Georgiana. He was the perfect match for her and not intimidated by her, which for the early 1800s and considering what she did for a living was miraculous. I can only hope that men like that actually existed back then. Although he was a little damaged by has passed, aren't we all, he was still sweet, loving, sexy and my favorite possessive;)This story was very well written, and the character and plot development were very good. This Romance was intrig [...]

    23. 2.5 starsI've had my ups and downs with this author and this is definitely one of the downs. I admit to being biased because I never liked Chase and I never warmed up to her all the way. The hero was very nice, but wasn't enough to save a book that was boring. I know most romances don't really have a plot and they're mainly character-driven. However, it felt like even less things happened in this book than usual.In this book there were tons of secrets and lots of mistrust until the very end, a w [...]

    24. I tried, I really tried not to judge this novel But God Lord it was bad!! Maybe I just wasn't in the mood for an angst filled romance or maybe it was just horrible. Judge for yourself. All I have to say is that I tried and tried to read it. After putting it down for the tenth time, I gave up. I didn't like Georgiana, which is a damn shame because I loved her before and as Chase, she was lacking the backbone to be something amazing. Instead her character seemed like a blithering idiot in need of [...]

    25. I received A ARC copy in exchange for a honest review, Never Judge A Lady Be Her Cover, is Chase's story, the one I have definitely been waiting on since this series first started. I have adored Sarah Maclean since her first book came out, which wasn't that long ago. And to this day I still have sweet memories of reading Nine Rules. In the previous three books of the serious, we have had some powerful romances done, but you see Chase and her strength, and I totally think that this last and final [...]

    26. 3 mehThis story is pretty simple,Duncan West meets Georgina who is also Anna, West has met Anna before because Anna works for chase,Anna is actually Chase,who is supposedly a friend of West.Reading Historical romance is a guilty pleasure of mine and I blame it all on Pride and Prejudice.But why do they have such hideous covers?Their fabio covers are a major turnoff for any sane person and the main reason most people will never publicly acknowledge reading them.Well this had a pretty decent cover [...]

    27. I saw many a theory on (view spoiler)[Georgianna/Anna/Chase (hide spoiler)] and will admit I was adamant that they were wrong. Mea culpa.Before I read it:My theory on this book based on what happened in No Good Duke Goes Unpunished. This spoils the end of No Good Duke Goes Unpunished. I will remove the spoiler tag when more time after the previous book's release has passedOMG! CHASE IS A CHICK.I think her hero has to be Duncan West as he's the kind of person who is constantly watching others for [...]

    28. A wonderful ending of a wonderful series!Georgiana/Anna/Chase has finally met her match! And what a match he is! WOW!!!I has always suspected since the beginning that Chase was a woman. Or at least gay! LMAO!!!So now it was a pleasure to read her story! And I'm happy that she was a woman! I'm not overly fond of MM stories! *wink*Here Gerogiana is simply too stubbornd for her own good, but still I loved her! Her stubborness was brought to the limit of stupidness, but it was never gratuitous.Echa [...]

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