To Catch An Earl by Kate Bateman ~ Review

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ASIN: B07X16XL13
ISBN: 1250306116
Series: Bow Street Bachelors #2
Published by St Martin's Press on June 30, 2020
Genres: Historical, Romance, Regency
Pages: 326
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four-stars

A case of secret identities finds reunited lovers on opposite sides of the law in this fun, flirty Regency romance.
There's only one case Bow Street agent Alex Harland, Earl of Melton, hasn't cracked: the identity of the mysterious woman who stole a kiss from him before he left for war. He's neither forgotten—nor forgiven—her for leaving him wanting. When he starts investigating the Nightjar, an elusive London jewel thief, he keeps running into the alluring Emmy Danvers, who stirs feelings he hasn't felt in years.
Even though Emmy's loved Alex for years, she can’t risk revealing her heart, or her identity as the Nightjar. With Alex on her case, Emmy knows that her secrets are in danger of being discovered. Their cat and mouse game heats up with every interaction, but when Emmy’s reputation—and life—is at risk, will Alex realize that some rules are made to be broken for love?

“Sometimes the chase is such fun that the catching is quite a disappointment.” she took another bite of teacake. “One the other hand, sometimes being caught is only the start of the adventure.”

 

 

Review:

I don’t remember how I came across the first book in this series, but I did devour it in one sitting. Historical/Regency romance is a new thing for me, I use to never read them. I’ve been all over them the past year though. This author was a new to me author with the first book in this series, she will be one I follow now.

This book was just as enjoyable as the first one was. Her writing style is easy to read, and it’s one of the things I like the most. Alex and Emmy had great chemistry together. The spark they created was present from beginning to end. I can’t wait for the next one in this series!

If you haven’t read her yet, please do! If you don’t read this genre, just try it. Don’t dismiss it like I did, I regret not trying it sooner.

 

 

“He wanted to both conquer her and protect her. To capture her and keep her safe. “

four-stars

About Kate Bateman

Kate Bateman, (also writing as K. C. Bateman), is the #1 bestselling author of Regency, Victorian, and Renaissance historical romance. Her Renaissance romp, The Devil To Pay, is a Romance Writer’s of America 2019 RITA® Finalist and her Regency-set A Counterfeit Heart (Secrtes & Spies series) won the 2018 Book Buyer’s Best contest for Best Historical Romance.

Kate wrote her first historical romance in response to a $1 bet with her husband who rashly claimed she’d ‘never finish the thing.’ She gleefully proved him wrong. Her books feature her favorite intelligent heroines, (badasses in bodices!) wickedly inappropriate banter, and heroes you want to both strangle and kiss.

When not traveling to exotic locations ‘for research’, Kate leads a not-so-secret double life as a fine art appraiser and on-screen antiques expert for several TV shows in the UK, each of which has up to 2.5 million viewers. Before writing romance, Kate was director and valuer at her own UK Auction House, Batemans in Stamford, Lincolnshire. She currently splits her time between Illinois and her native England and writes despite three inexhaustible children and that husband . . .who still owes her that dollar.

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