Maggie Robinson


Oct 18
2012
New Book Buzz!

Lord Gray is making his way onto the shelves in less than two weeks. Here’s some fabulous news–best-selling author Eloisa James is featuring Lord Gray’s List in her monthly Barnes & Noble column!

The four star review from RT Book Reviews:

“Sexy, fun and smart, Robinson’s latest is pleasurable. Her strong, independent heroine meets her match in the alpha hero, and their battle of wills will have readers smiling with glee just to see who ends up wearing the pants in this relationship. The lovely touches of historical detail and secondary characters flesh out the story, but readers may simply want to focus on the sensual and humorous aspects of Robinson’s writing.

Evangeline Ramsey proves that “Hell hath no fury” and “the pen is mightier than the sword” when her scandal sheet, The London List, simultaneously presents her with the opportunity to care for her ailing father and pay back Lord Gray for breaking her heart years ago. Baron Benton Gray is determined to unmask the reporter who has made him the ton’s laughingstock (why, even his mother is amused!). However, discovering Evie’s identity only increases his anger — and his passion.”

From Rogues Under the Covers:

“This book had everything I have come to expect from Maggie Robinson; heart, humor and heat. The heat starts off rather quickly, with Evie and Ben already having a torrid affair in the past but then the sexual tension sets in and just keeps building. The humor was just wonderful. Our couple are constantly trying to prove who is the man and should wear the pants (literally)…Ben wants Evie to wear dresses and be a female and take care of her while Evie wants to continue doing her job and the pants suit her just fine. Evie is a strong, bold, confident woman and does not need a man to take care of her! (Even if he is devilishly handsome, wealthy and shows himself to have a very generous heart). The heart comes from all the secondary characters that add a nice sense of completion to this story. Evie knows what it is like to struggle and when Ben decides to shut down the paper, she shows him how many people depend on The London List to find jobs, homes, and helpers, that it is far more that a scandal sheet. Yes, the situations that arose seemed to be settled fairly quickly and easily, but they were still pleasant to read. I also really enjoyed seeing some of the day to day operations involved in running a newspaper! Overall, a delightful, sensual romance that will surely please romance fans who enjoy a perfect blend of heart, wit, charm and heat. Four stars.”

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