book #4 Rakes On Tour RAKE MOST LIKELY TO SIN--4 Stars
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Author(s): 
Bronwyn Scott
A triumph! The last book in Scott’s Rakes on Tour Series is lively, suspenseful and full of hot romance. Brennan is the last of four rakes who took Europe by storm. This playboy goes native and meets a spirited widow who teaches him about hearth and home.
Brennan Carr continues his European Tour alone as his friends all settle down. He’s in Greece, where the sun is hot, the work is satisfying and the women plentiful. Since he has no wish to marry, he sets his sights on sensual widow Patra Tspiras. The last thing she wants is a young buck after her, but Brennan’s mischievous charm wins her over. Soon, flirtation turns to love. Their happiness seems endless, until an old suitor returns to the island determined to have Patra … and if he can’t have her, no one will. (HARLEQUIN, Mar., 288 pp., $6.50)
Reviewed by: 
Maria Ferrer
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book #3 Rakes on Tour : RAKE MOST LIKELY TO SEDUCE  3 stars
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Author(s): 
Bronwyn Scott
With its lively pace, lush backdrop, bit of mystery and simmering sensuality, Scott’s Rakes on Tour series captures readers’ attention. Though the premise is classic, there are enough twists and turns to make what’s old new and delight readers who are already hooked on the series, stirring their anticipation for another entertaining tale.
While on Grand Tour in Venice, Nolan Gray finds himself holding the winning hand in a high-stakes card game. His formidable opponent has just wagered his daughter Gianna’s virginity. Unwilling to throw in the towel, Nolan accepts the bet, and now he’s claimed his prize. Gianna knows her stepfather is punishing her for refusing to marry the man of his choosing. Perhaps by convincing Nolan to let her stay, she can save herself. Nolan may have a gambler’s luck, but he would never force a woman into his bed. He intends to return Gianna to her home before she asks him to go against the ruthless count and help her reclaim what is rightfully hers. (HARLEQUIN, Jan., 288 pp., $6.50)
Reviewed by: 
Kathe Robin
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Book #2 Rakes on Tour: RAKE MOST LIKELY TO THRILL  4 Stars
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Author(s): 
Bronwyn Scott
The second tale of Scott’s Rakes on Tour series earns high marks with lusty romance and the second of four friends willing to break the rules — and centuries of family tradition — for one more naughty tryst and a chance at an HEA. Scott pits centuries of tradition against the promise of love in a delicious match of wits.
With his friend Haviland North properly wed in France, Archer Crawford heads for Italy and the age-old Palio, a famous horse race he intends to enter. He’s been trained in Italian language and customs and knows horses, but he doesn’t count on Elisabeta, her passion or how the danger she is in will affect him. Elisabeta must marry again, and will … after she takes the Englishman as a temporary lover. But the affair doesn’t remain a secret, and what happens next could destroy her family, and hundreds of years of tradition, when the two have to choose between one more night and forever. (HARLEQUIN, Jul., 288 pp., $6.50)
Reviewed by: 
Anne Black
   
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Book #1  Rakes on Tour: RAKE MOST LIKELY TO REBEL  4 Stars
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Author(s): 
Bronwyn Scott
Scott’s newest series, Rakes on Tour, rides high on readers’ “favorite” lists with sword fights, lusty romance and the first of four couples willing to break all the rules for one more night together. Scott expertly pits duty against the promise of a happily ever after in a satisfying match of wits.
Haviland North is expected to take his Tour and return to his estates, wealth and future wife. Instead, he seeks the one thing his family name cannot buy: a fencing championship. While winning is within reach, his instructor’s sister gives him a more mysterious challenge: love. Alyssandra has a secret she’s managed to keep since her twin’s accident. To ensure her family’s safety, she faces the threat of exposure from a deadly enemy. Soon enough, the pair is forced to choose between love and family honor. (HARLEQUIN, Jun., 288 pp., $6.50)
Reviewed by: 
Anne Black
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SECRETS OF A GENTLEMAN ESCORT 
by Bronwyn Scott 
Genre: Historical Romance, England, Victorian Period
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: Victorian England
4 STARS - RT Rating
Scott’s fans get another delicious, sexy plum when she lets readers in on the secret life of Victorian male escorts. In her expertly honed style, Scott crafts a tale of high adventure and steamy passion as her well-developed characters, depth of emotion, delectable dialogue and unconventional plotline charm readers.
(HARLEQUIN, Jan., 288 pp., $6.50)
Reviewed By: Anne Black
Publisher: HARLEQUIN 
Published: January 2014 

A LADY DARES 
by Bronwyn Scott 
Genre: Regency Period, Historical Romance, England
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: Regency England
4 1/2 STARS - RT Rating
Scott pens another deliciously naughty tale in her Ladies of Impropriety series, this time seducing readers with the world of yachting along the Thames — where jealousy, greed and murder seethe beneath the cultured layer of society.
(HARLEQUIN, Aug., 283 pp., $6.50)
Reviewed By: Kathe Robin
Publisher: HARLEQUIN 
Published: August 2013 

A LADY RISKS ALL 
by Bronwyn Scott 
Genre: Historical Romance, England
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: 1800s England
4 1/2 STARS - RT Rating
Scott delivers a story reminiscent of Virginia Henley’s works with its naughty, bawdy overtones. Sexy, smart and delightfully sinful, this steamy tale features characters who know themselves well and will take extraordinary risks to succeed despite the odds. This is a wonderfully satisfying read.
(HARLEQUIN, Jul., 300 pp., $6.50)
Reviewed By: Anne Black
Publisher: HARLEQUIN 
Published: July 2013 

HOW TO DISGRACE A LADY 
by Bronwyn Scott 
Genre: Regency Period, Historical Romance, England
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: Regency England
4 STARS - RT Rating
Book one of Scott’s new, deliciously sinful Rakes Beyond Redemption trilogy is riveting, enthralling and humorous. It’s the story of a bluestocking Cinderella and the rogue who plays her unlikely fairy godmother. Regency fans will grin with glee at the witty characters, outrageous shenanigans and endless adventures.
(HARLEQUIN, Sep., 284 pp., $6.25)
Reviewed By: Maria Ferrer
Publisher: HARLEQUIN 
Published: September 2012

HOW TO RUIN A REPUTATION 
by Bronwyn Scott 
Genre: Regency Period, Historical Romance, England
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: Regency England
4 STARS - RT Rating
Sexy, seductive, satisfying. Book two in Scott’s Rakes Beyond Redemption trilogy is another keeper, with strong characters and a well-written story. This rake has met the one woman who is not afraid of him and who rouses his passion as never before.
(HARLEQUIN, Oct., 288 pp., $6.25)
Reviewed By: Maria Ferrer
Publisher: HARLEQUIN 
Published: October 2012

HOW TO SIN SUCCESSFULLY 
by Bronwyn Scott 
Genre: Regency Period, Historical Romance, England
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: Regency England
3 STARS - RT Rating
Scott reintroduces another Rake Beyond Redemption — the sexy, naughty, charming Riordan — in a light and amusing love story. With the delightful children playing matchmakers, the underlying sensuality in the repartee and the tenderness of the romance, Scott gifts readers with an enjoyable holiday read.
(HARLEQUIN, Nov., 290 pp., $6.25)
Reviewed By: Kathe Robin
Publisher: HARLEQUIN 
Published: November 2012

THE SECRET LIFE OF A SCANDALOUS DEBUTANTE 
by Bronwyn Scott 
Genre: Historical Romance, England
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: 1800s England
3 STARS - RT Rating
With its quick pace and adventurous overtones, Scott’s romance keeps readers engaged. However, those seeking depth of characterization over action might wish the novel was longer so this talented writer had more time to explore internal motivations and conflicts.
(HARLEQUIN, Sep., 250 pp., $6.25)
Reviewed By: Kathe Robin
Publisher: HARLEQUIN 
Published: September 2011

A THOROUGHLY COMPROMISED LADY 
by Bronwyn Scott 
Genre: Historical Romance, England
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: 1835 London
4 STARS - RT Rating
From London’s ballrooms to the jungles of Venezuela, Scott keeps readers entertained with the antics of two stubborn lovers caught in the middle of a dangerous government operation, complete with terrorizing villain. Both passionate and suspenseful, this novel is a treat.
(HARLEQUIN, Feb., 288 pp., $5.99)
Reviewed By: Maria Ferrer
Publisher: HARLEQUIN 
Published: February 2011

THE VISCOUNT CLAIMS HIS BRIDE 
by Bronwyn Scott 
Genre: Historical Romance, England
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: 1829 England
4 STARS - RT Rating
Love, honor, duty, lies and guilt along with a nice overview of the diplomatic machinations between England and Europe following the Napoleonic War all come together in Scott's well-written and moving romance.
(HARLEQUIN, Jan., 283 pp., $5.99)
Reviewed By: Joan Hammond
Publisher: HARLEQUIN 
Published: January 2009

NOTORIOUS RAKE, INNOCENT LADY 
by Bronwyn Scott 
Genre: Historical Romance
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: 1829 England
3 STARS - RT Rating
After a somewhat unbelievable start, this book picks up the pace and races to an exciting finish. Readers will breathlessly anticipate the outcome and cheer when the truly evil villain is foiled.
(HARLEQUIN, May, 288 pp., $5.99)
Reviewed By: Linda Roberts
Publisher: Harlequin 
Published: May 2008

THE EARL'S FORBIDDEN WARD 
by Bronwyn Scott 
Genre: Historical Romance, England
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: 1832 London
4 STARS - RT Rating
Russian spies, political intrigue and romance make delightful bedfellows. The relationship between the reluctant hero and the prosaic heroine strikes sparks that ignite passionate encounters. The suspenseful plot keeps you breathlessly turning pages to the last word. Secondary characters enhance the story, adding elements of humor and danger.
(HARLEQUIN, Mar., 281 pp., $5.99)
Reviewed By: Linda Roberts
Publisher: HARLEQUIN 
Published: March 2010

UNTAMED ROGUE, SCANDALOUS MISTRESS 
by Bronwyn Scott 
Genre: Historical Romance, England, Victorian Period
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: Victorian England
3 STARS - RT Rating
Here is a treat for the romance reader who is an equestrian at heart. The well- drawn characters and their relationship will encourage readers to continue, even after it is obvious where the story is headed. Horse lovers will enjoy this quick read.
(HARLEQUIN, Jul., 280 pp., $5.99)
Reviewed By: Kathe Robin
Publisher: HARLEQUIN 
Published: July 2010

PICKPOCKET COUNTESS 
by Bronwyn Scott 
Genre: Historical Romance
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: 1831 England
4 STARS - RT Rating
Scott brings freshness and sassiness to the traditional Robin Hood plot and allows her characters free rein to play their sexy cat-and-mouse game in this fast-paced, sensual and delightful light read.
(Harlequin, Mar., 300 pp., $5.99)
Reviewed By: Kathe Robin
Publisher: Harlequin 
Published: March 2008

A SPRINKLING OF CHRISTMAS MAGIC 
by Elizabeth Rolls, Margaret McPhee, Bronwyn Scott 
Genre: Regency Period, Historical Romance, England
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: Regency England
3 STARS - RT Rating
Three lovely stories set around the holiday season are short and sweet, focusing on the magic that emanates from the spirit of the season and not enchantment itself. With everything from old friends to intrigue and danger, this trio of tales is just what readers want during this hectic time of year. 
Rolls’ practical heroine, Polly, doesn’t believe in fairy tales, but this schoolmistress becomes a “Christmas Cinderella” when Alex Martindale, rector of a small village, hires her for their school. Alex can’t resist Polly, and he hopes a bit of mistletoe magic will have her in his arms.
Catherine Emerson looks forward to “Finding Forever at Christmas” at a yuletide ball in Scott’s story. Catherine secretly hopes to share a kiss with her friend’s golden-haired, gorgeous brother, Channing Deverill, but it is the quiet, intelligent Finn Deverill whose kiss fuels a heated desire. 
McPhee’s Sarah Emerson is returning to England for Christmas when she aids in the rescue of a man adrift in the ocean and becomes “The Captain’s Christmas Angel.” Daniel Alexander is hiding the reason he was out in the Atlantic and dares to trust Sarah with his heart and his life. Sarah is sure he’s the man of her dreams, but only a holiday miracle can make her wish come true. (HARLEQUIN, Nov., 288 pp., $6.50)
Reviewed By: Kathe Robin
Publisher: HARLEQUIN 
Published: November 2013 



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