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The Maruis and the Vixen The Blue Rose Romances The Culpepper Misses #2

Or in one sitting Journey with Tristan and Blythe as they risk all to protect each other If you enjoy reading strong heroine sister series romantic comedies and redeemed rake love stories with a pinch of mystery suspense a dash of humor gripping emotion and a naughty dog then you’ll adore Collette Cameron’s captivating THE BLUE ROSE REGENCY ROMANCES THE CULPEPPER MISSES Buy THE MARUIS AND THE VIXEN and settle into your favorite reading nook for a page turning entertaining Regency England world adventure you can’t put down Though this book can easily be read as a stand alone most readers prefer to read the series in orde I waited patiently for book two of the Misses Culpepper I eagerly devoured this book from start to finish and I greedily want Collette s uncanny ability to draw the reader in never fails and I always enjoy reading her work She writes about women who are strong but yet have a naivete that surrounds them The Culpepper s are such women This book focuses on Blythe I need to mention that all the women in the family have names that start with the letter B to the chagrin of the men in their lives This story takes place in London around the 1820s Of course when reading about romance stories set around this time it is best to keep in mind that the Beau Monde is considered its own character The gossips and wagging tongues are always there and many times the characters decisions are based on this aspectSince Brook s husband has become Blythe s legal guardian she finds herself constantly in the presence of Society Balls and outings are a bit too much for a woman who is used to poverty and living in the country It s a stark contrast and Blythe finds Society s standards too demanding However she does it for her sister Brooke and for her future prospects and well being The one thing that aggravates her is Tristan Lord Leventhorpe Of course their mutual dislike and hidden attraction makes for the main entertainment It wouldn t be a Collette Cameron story without intrigue a nasty harridan and a villain She provides all of that and The inner monologues of her characters are also entertaining and well written Here is Blythe confused about Tristan after spending some time in his company The transformation from dour lord to amused rapscallion causes Blythe s heart to stutter oddly Who was the real man The affable chap who laughed easily or the caustic fellow What had caused his prickly fa ade Now the reader will find out exactly why Tristan is the way he is but my one concern was that it was not obvious to me if he actually did confide in her later on His inner monologue alluded that he would tell her but I guess we have to take that at face value That part was not concluded but it really did not deter from the story at all The major plot points were tied up neatly Since this is book 2 in the series it is readable as a standalone But to understand the family dynamics and their pasts start with Wagers Gone Awry Now I have to wait patiently again for the next book I received an early copy of this book in exchange for an honest review

REVIEW The Maruis and the Vixen The Blue Rose Romances The Culpepper Misses #2

Is closest friend in presenting the Culpeppers to Society Might it be because one particular fascinating Culpepper Miss stirs than his interest Blythe taxes him to his limits with her sharp wit and even sharper tongue Yet he cannot deny the beauty captivates him like no otherHowever when a past enemy comes calling using Blythe to settle old scores Tristan must decide if restoring his family’s tarnished honor something he’s worked toward for years is important than winning the heart of the woman he’s come to love You’ll want to read this heart warming enemies to lovers Regency historical by a USA Today bestselling auth The first sentence of SCHEMES GONE AMISS made me giggle and from then on I was completely under Collette Cameron s spell Blythe Culpepper has never felt so awkward since she s come to London for the Season she s not looking for a husband and she d much rather go back to the family farm where she hails from She s a straightforward young woman and her ways do not endear her to the Ton To make matters worse the person chosen to oversee her d but is Tristan Lord Leventhorpe Their previous encounters have been prickly and they ve exchange unkind words However Tristan is rather taken by Blythe s fire and outspokenness she s a much welcome change They eventually manage to become friendlier but Blythe wishes it were But when ambitious and unscrupulous acuaintances conspire against both Blythe and Tristan they come to each other s rescue SCHEMES GONE AMISS is an extremely solid and compelling story and there is one particular plot twist that literally had me shivering Ms Cameron meticulous attention to historical detail enriches the story while never being a hindrance to the flow of the narrative her vocabulary dazzles especially when it comes to the choice insults Blythe and Tristan exchange The characters are well rounded the secondary ones are as interesting as the principals and there are some perfectly charming and amusing passages involving animals who could forget that wayward cow or Freddy the fat old Corgi There is also a secondary romance apart from Blythe and Tristan s which will melt your heart Tristan and Blythe s romance evolves over time out of the respect they have for each other in addition to their mutual attraction which they don t uite understand themselves which I thought was an interesting touch And let s not forget Ms Cameron s luminous elouent and precise prose and the delightful and witty dialogues SCHEMES GONE AMISS is an enchanting romance with charismatic characters and epic turns of event Absolutely wonderful I received a complimentary copy of this book for an honest review

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Alternate Cover Edition B01A0E42HW Formerly titled Blythe Schemes Gone AmissA tormented maruis A vivacious vixen A deadly foe Dragged to London for a Season Blythe Culpepper is dismayed to learn her guardian has enlisted the devilishly attractive Lord Leventhorpe the one man she detests to assist with her launch into Polite Society Since their first encounter hostile looks and cutting retorts abound whenever they meet Still she cannot deny the way her body reacts when he’s near Tristan the austere and controlled Maruis of Leventhorpe usually avoids social gatherings So why against his better judgement does he agree to aid h There is something so special about a book that allows you to see the deeper side of the characters This was the case with Blythe Not only could we see what Blythe was thinking and feeling we could see what was going on in Tristan s head and heart as well That coupled with the laughter that kept cropping up as I read made me absolutely adore this book The story was really uite uniue and I loved all the side characters and I can t wait to read their stories too Cameron has brought so many fun parts about Historical romance to light on the pages of Blythe I wasn t able to stop reading this I wanted to see what happened I wanted the emotions to continue and I wanted the bad guys to get their comeuppance What a delightful and enchanting read What lovable characters and what a brilliant series


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10 thoughts on “The Maruis and the Vixen The Blue Rose Romances The Culpepper Misses #2

  1. says:

    There is something so special about a book that allows you to see the deeper side of the characters This was the case with Blythe Not only could we see what Blythe was thinking and feeling we could see what was going on in Tristan's head and heart as well That coupled with the laughter that kept cropping up as I read made me absolutely adore this book The story was really uite uniue and I loved all the side characters and I can'

  2. says:

    The Culpepper Family fun and mayhem continues This book starts exactly where the first left off Blythe and her family enter the glitzy haute ton and she does not care for all the restrictions false praise and po

  3. says:

    Loved this one tooAnother great romance from Collette Cameron I just loved all the “B’s” Blythe Brooke Brette Blaire and Blaike And I loved the other players Tristan Raven Whitehouse Maddox Francine and Hawk I despised Burlington Rosemary Sanford and Phillips who got exactly what he deserved but it would h

  4. says:

    3 very average starsThis book was pleasant but deeply forgettable

  5. says:

    The first sentence of SCHEMES GONE AMISS made me giggle and from then on I was completely under Collette Cameron’s spell Blythe C

  6. says:

    Flimflam and goose butt feathers What an absolutely unforgettable novel This is regency romance at its finest The setting comes to life under Cameron’s talented pen She weaves a world steeped in the past taking readers back in time to experience the lives of her characters for a short while The plot was intriguing and realistic Th

  7. says:

    I waited patiently for book two of the Misses Culpepper I eagerly devoured this book from start to finish and I greedily want Collette’s uncanny ability to draw the reader in never fails and I always enjoy reading her work She writes about women who are strong but yet have a naivete’ that surrounds them The Culpepper's are such women This book focuses on Blythe I need to mention that all the women in the family ha

  8. says:

    #2 in the intriguing Conundrums of the Misses Culpepper but can be read as a stand alone Fast paced tale during the Regency England era with schemes and romance Well written with engaging and interesting characters Readers will find themselves engrossed in the opinionated confident Miss Blythe Culpepper Schemers find themselves in cohorts with each other but will their schemes be flaunted by our dashing hero L

  9. says:

    Ms Cameron reuests us to note down our thoughts on public media after reading her books so here are my honest thoughts For me she n

  10. says:

    Sparks flew when Blythe Culpepper first met Tristan Maruis of Leventhorpe in Book 1 of the Conundrums of the Misses Culpeppe

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