Book Reviews of All Men Are Rogues

All Men Are Rogues
All Men Are Rogues
Author: Sari Robins
ISBN-13: 9780060503543
ISBN-10: 0060503548
Publication Date: 8/1/2003
Pages: 384
  • Currently 3.4/5 Stars.

3.4 stars, based on 32 ratings
Publisher: Avon
Book Type: Paperback
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This book is fast paced and sexy. You'll fall in love with these characters. Evelyn Amherst, the heroine, is intelligent, savvy and more street smart than any character I've come across in a romance novel. Definitely more street savvy than high society realizes. She has to be.
Justin Barclay is a man looking for a way out. He's tired of the double life he's been leading and the guilty burden he's been carrying for far too long. His secrets are killing him.
Both these people start off using each other as pawns. For Evelyn, Justin is an innocent escort through a world she left long ago and needs to master once again in order to save herself. For Justin, Evelyn is his last assignment- if he plays his cards right.
Once you crack the spine on this one, you'll be hooked. The writing is GREAT. The characters truly come to life. The mystery will absolutely keep you rivetted.
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ALL MEN ARE ROGUES is a riveting mystery inhabited by beguiling characters. Ms. Robins portrays Evelyn as a free- spirited heroine and Justin as the perfect wounded hero. Readers will be up all night with this keeper.
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great read
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I enjoyed this book. It was a quick and easy read. I would give it 3 1/2 stars!
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A good "spy" romance set in Regency England.
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A bit overblown. Sample passage: "He shook his head, smiling, "I want to look at you."
"Wh.. what's there to see?"
"You. You have no idea how beautiful you are to me." He settled between her legs once more.. How facinating; his desire apparently was heightened by what he saw. p126