Every Bit a Rogue (The Ellinghams #4) by Adrienne Basso

Every Bit a Rogue (The Ellinghams, #4)

Published: February 25th 2020 

Publisher: Zebra

Length: 352 pages

My Rating:


When a young lady sacrifices her reputation to save a viscount, it’s the beginning of an extraordinary adventure in Adrienne Basso’s captivating Regency tale…

Jon Burwell, Viscount Kendall, knows what the gossips say about him. They claim he’s been a dejected, half-mad recluse ever since he was jilted at the altar. The simple truth is that Jon has thrown all the passion he once had for his fiancée into his latest mechanical invention. But his single-minded existence has lately been shattered by repeated encounters with Miss Emma Ellingham, his neighbor’s intriguing sister-in-law.

Painting and sketching have been Emma’s consolation since her own secret heartbreak. When she stumbles upon the viscount’s workshop, his machine revives her artistic imagination. The gentleman himself is even more fascinating—and deeply seductive. When Jon is accused of a crime, Emma risks her good name for his sake. But though the threat of scandal compels them to wed, only courage can overcome their pasts, and allow desire to transform into love.

My Review:

This is part of a series, and I haven’t read any of the others, but this wasn’t an issue. Each book features a new couple with some cross-over. While there was nothing wrong with this book, it didn’t hold my interest. There was nothing special that made the characters or the plot stand out. It reads like so many other historical romances. Formulaic in its plot and characters.

I received an arc of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. 

*Blurb and cover image via Goodreads. 


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