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Download Gentlemen Prefer Mischief Ebook ✓ 384 pages è Emily greenwood ô It's going to take a dash of mischief to bring these two togetherIf it hadn’t been for the haunted woods Lily Teagarden would never have spoken to her neighbor Viscount Roxham Known to the fashionable world as Lord PerfYsteriously undermines his efforts The mischief she throws in his path awakens his sleeping heart just as his touch stirs a passion she can’t accept But Roxham is the last man to whom Lily would surrender and it’s going to take everything he’s got to win her love Lily Teagarden’s future is in jeopardy thanks to the Woods Fiend her absent neighbor hasn’t bothered to deal with So when Lord Roxham returns Lily demands he ferret out the truth Too late she discovers the fiend is a friend in need Now Lily must protect him against the very man she’s set upon him That means distraction and spirited games of one upmanship What neither Roxham nor Lily counted on was that two seemingly opposite people might be perfect for each otherIt’s been a few months since I’ve been able to get lost in a Regency romance and this was the perfect one for me to pick up Lily is mostly relatable despite the period and Hal is a sexy hero Their sparring kept me turning the pages And most importantly the love scenes were steamy ;I give this 4 The middle dragged on a little long for my taste and there were some writing style things I disliked otherwise I’d have given it a 5 Re writing style—so much was in this format “the sleeve of his coat” instead of “his coat’s sleeve”

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It's going to take a dash of mischief to bring these two togetherIf it hadn’t been for the haunted woods Lily Teagarden would never have spoken to her neighbor Viscount Roxham Known to the fashionable world as Lord Perfect to Lily he’s a man she can never respectan Review posted on The Eater of Books blogGentlemen Prefer Mischief by Emily GreenwoodBook Two of the Mischief seriesPublisher Sourcebooks CasablancaPublication Date December 3 2013Rating 4 starsSource eARC from NetGalleyWarning this is an adult book and for the eyes of mature readersSummary from GoodreadsIt's going to take a dash of mischief to bring these two togetherIf it hadn’t been for the haunted woods Lily Teagarden would never have spoken to her neighbor Viscount Roxham Known to the fashionable world as Lord Perfect to Lily he’s a man she can never respectand the careless rogue who broke her fledgling heart But sightings of eerie lights among his trees are causing her trouble and she needs his helpIntrigued by this prim beauty who was once an ugly duckling Roxham agrees to investigate though hardly has he begun when she mysteriously undermines his efforts The mischief she throws in his path awakens his sleeping heart just as his touch stirs a passion she can’t accept But Roxham is the last man to whom Lily would surrender and it’s going to take everything he’s got to win her loveWhat I LikedWhat a fun yet bittersweet historical romance novel I had zero expectations for this book when I started it since I didn't really remember the synopsis at the time and I haven't read the previous book in the series or any others books by Greenwood So I suppose you could say that I was pleasantly surprised by this novel For the most part I like the historical romance novels I read I pick and choose the ones that I want to read because I have a feeling that the story will be great Well this novel was no exception I thoroughly enjoyed reading about Hal and Lily There was something about this couple that was so different from the other historical romance novels that I have read Maybe because it was not really all about the high society the ton and so on Those aspects were a part of this novel but they weren't what governed the novelLily is a different type of heroine and Hal is a different type of rake Lily has had an infatuation with Hal since she was a young girl Four years later at twenty she is sensible and hardened to such things She has taken on so much and does not care for romance at that point She has a shawl business to run and a school to fund and open But she doesn't account for falling in love with Hal and his wicked charms That wasn't part of the plan loving someone unpredictable not grounded not genuinely pure and good This novel is set around Hal and Lily's budding relationship They dance around each other they collide mercilessly they evade each other well that's mostly Lily avoiding Hal and the dance continues You might think this would grow tiresome right? No not really Greenwood has a way of setting up each scene that it isn't very repetitive Each scene seems to reveal something new about Hal or Lily or someone I really like Lily She is sensible and rational She knows exactly what she wants and while this makes her rigid she has a mind of her own and she doesn't let others govern her She is fiery but in a cool calculating sense not a spitfire sense Hal is playful and wicked charming and sensitive He isn't your typical rake he has a good heart He cares about his family his position Lily's feelings under all of his naughty layers he is truly a wonderful man He is the stability Lily needs a carefree type of reined in stability Lily is exactly what he needs calm collected grounding They are so perfect for each other Readers definitely get to see this when they interact because they point out each other's weaknesses dig deep and cut right to the heart of what the other is feeling All in all I really enjoyed this story It is definitely a romance story first though there is a subplot and it is a great one This will probably be one of my go to historical romance recommendations What I Did Not LikeThere was one thing that bothered me This book is about Hal and Lily So why did the author randomly start including scenes in the perspective of Eloise Hal's sister and Donwell a suitor of Eloise? Granted Lily sort of played matchmaker with those two pushing them together one time under the guise of wanting a sketch of a lady and a gentleman but still It was so random Like all of a sudden in the middle of the book uite a few scenes are written in either Eloise's or Donwell's perspective Weird Totally unnecessary I don't see how the firsthand account of Donwell and Eloise's courtship added to Hal and Lily's storyWould I Recommend ItI would definitely recommend this novel to historical romance lovers Regular readers should try not to miss this one You'll fall in love with Hal and LilyRating4 stars I might just go back and read the first book I'll definitely be catching other books in this series

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Gentlemen Prefer MischiefD the careless rogue who broke her fledgling heart But sightings of eerie lights among his trees are causing her trouble and she needs his helpIntrigued by this prim beauty who was once an ugly duckling Roxham agrees to investigate though hardly has he begun when she m My Rating 255An okay read Gentlemen Prefer Mischief was a sweet historical romance with an interesting mystery I didn't love it but I did enjoy itRoxham was super sweet He was wonderful and adorable and just perfect He's very lighthearted and a fun character He could be as sweet as sugar But don't underestimate him He was incredibly clever which he needed to be in the situation he was in He was the saving grace of the book I thought he was great and I adored himBut Lily I didn't like At all She was mean and judgmental and she really needed to get off her high horse She acted like she was so perfect and she had to spend all her time on others And not in a good way In a sanctimonious way that made her see all the fun in life as frivolity and everyone who had fun in their life as frivolous And the way she treated Roxham She was so mean to him And I couldn't understand why I couldn't figure out what made her hate him in the first place Just because she had a youthful crush on him that he didn't return? She never even said anything to him so it's not like he broke her heart I just couldn't understand her issue with him She was very unfair to him Roxham was a gentleman at heart sweet and kind But she was determined to think the worst of him And because of that she hurt him several times The only bright spot is that near the end she finally realized how wrong she had been and knew that she had to be the one to make amends That made me soften up to her a bit But I still didn't like herThe romance was sweet and steamy Even though I didn't like Lily I still thought she and Roxham were sweet together Mostly because Roxham was so adorable with how he was determined to win Lily over And the chemistry between them was hotThe plot was well paced but a little slow in some parts I was kept interested the entire way through And I thought the ending was very sweetI had my issues with Gentlemen Prefer Mischief but I still did enjoy it It was a nice read but I definitely did't love it I don't know if I would recommend it I suppose if what bothered me wouldn't bother you then go for itI received a free copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review