[Ebook] ➨ In Debt to the Earl (Lords at the Altar, #1) By Elizabeth Rolls – Snackgo.co.uk

In Debt to the Earl (Lords at the Altar, #1) If You Wish, I Can Take You Out Of All This In His Quest For Revenge Against A Disreputable Card Sharp, James, Earl Of Cambourne, Discovers The Man S Innocent Daughter While Her Surroundings Are Impoverished, Her Dignity And Refinement Are Unmistakable, And James Faces An Unsettling Question What Will Be Her Fate If He Brings Her Father To Justice Although Yearning For Love And Comfort, Lucy Resists The Earl S Surprising Offer Of Protection That Is Until A Price Is Made On Her Virginity, And James Is The Only Man Who Can Save Her.


10 thoughts on “In Debt to the Earl (Lords at the Altar, #1)

  1. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Really a good romance Loved the H and the h She was strong and so was he The story was your typical Lord falling in love with a lower class woman but this was so muchreally Fitch her young friend was one of my favorite characters and I loved every scene he was in The scene at the end with Lord Cambourn and him in the stable was precious I loved it The whole story felt like a Pr...


  2. says:

    3.5 StarsElizabeth Rolls is an author whose books I ve enjoyed in the past, and In Debt to the Earl was no exception, although there were some aspects of it that didn t quite work for me The story is engaging and well told, although the characterisation is a little weak and while the author certainly addresses some interesting themes the gap between rich and poor and womens lack of agency they are somewhat glossed over and left me feeling a little unsatisfied by the end.When his young cou 3.5 StarsE


  3. says:

    Originally posted HERE.What a terrible cover what s with that man I don t understand the average Goodreads reviewer I nearly didn t read this one because of the not so good reviews I should know by now that is an indication of a good book for me Oh, I enjoyed this one enough to order myself a paper copy before I even finished my review copy Sure, there s an element of fairy tale and fantasy to the happy ending, but at the same time I just really loved the story.I enjoy a book in this Originally posted HER


  4. says:

    Based upon revenge, In Debt to the Earl by Elizabeth Rolls, begins with a Captain Hensleigh losing an insane amount of money in a card game to James Remington , the Earl of Cambourne When James attempts to collect on Hensleigh s debt, he is met with a willful young lady who he assumes is Hensleigh s mistress When the earl discovers that the young lady is in fact Hensleigh s daughter Lucy, he is angered to find the young woman abandoned by her father and left with little to survive.James cannot Based upon reveng


  5. says:

    Harlequin Historical is not my genre of choice Has not been in many years The reason I stopped reading this particularly series is that there was no growth or interest for me After reading In Debt to the Earl by Elizabeth Rolls, I just might take another look James has an agenda To make his enemy pay by any means necessary Lucy has a goal to survive the life she was born into with her head held high and her heart intact despite her father s abuse Lucy sold this story for me Her ordeal br Harlequin Historical is not m


  6. says:

    Not one of her best, but since the first book I read by her, she is by far one of my favorite regency romance writer.Non il suo libro migliore, ma comunque, dal suo primo romanzo in poi, lei sempre stata una delle mie scrittrici preferite.THANKS TO NETGALLEY AND HARLEQUIN USCANADA FOR THE PREVIEW


  7. says:

    Rescuing the maiden Her father is a disreputable card sharp, James, Earl of Cambourne is hunting him When he finds Lucy he can t help himself from wanting to rescue her This complicates both of their lives Eventually her father s cronies lead her into danger It s interesti...


  8. says:

    3.5 Sympathetic characters, a well constructed plot and not a ballroom in sight all plus points for me added to not being able to fault the historical background An enjoyable read which has got me looking forbooks by this author, previously unknown to me.


  9. says:

    Lived this one Very captivating


  10. says:

    This could have been great, but it wasn t.


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