[ PDF / Epub ] ☆ The Rum and the Fox (The Regency Romance Mysteries, #3) Author Emma V. Leech – Anguillais.us

The Rum and the Fox (The Regency Romance Mysteries, #3) Lady Keziah Todd Is Bored To Death.Surely The Daughter Of A Viscount, Even An Impoverished One, Ought To Be Able To Live A Little But Her Father, Lord Rennard, Is A Tyrant, And One That Is Hard To Thwart, As He Harshly Restricts Keziah S Society.But When Keziah Learns Of Her Father S Plans To Marry The Recently Widowed And Fabulously Wealthy Lady Ashwicke, It Doesn T Take The Lovely Lady Todd Long To Figure Out That The Woman S Only Son, Horatio The New Duke Of Chartley, Is A Fly In Her Father S Ointment.Horatio Might Be A Pink Of The Ton, But Feisty Keziah Believes He Has Hair Than Wit And Is No Match For Her Cunning Father Deciding That Saving A Duke S Life Ought To Be Adventure Enough For Any Young Woman, Keziah Takes A Risk, And Horatio S Life In Her Hands.

    10 thoughts on “[ PDF / Epub ] ☆ The Rum and the Fox (The Regency Romance Mysteries, #3) Author Emma V. Leech – Anguillais.us


  1. says:

    Unusual hero in this murder mystery the duke, while handsome, is kind, good hearted, not athletic, and is browbeaten by his formidable grandmother The murder happens early in the story The duke shoots the heroine s father Lord Todd, then there is another murder of the valet, and it is inspector Formby s job to solve the crimes The dead father was really nasty in life, the heroine is desperate, the dowager duchess is a dragon, and there is a nice twist at the end It took me unti...


  2. says:

    I really struggled with whether to rate this a 3 probably deserved for the many mistakes that no serious Regency writer should make or a 4 for a delightful story and wonderful characters.The well paced, imaginative story and great cast of characters seemed important in the end, so I ve rated it 4 stars.I looked up the author, and although she s written many Regency stories, she s also been successful in other genres, and I admire her for that I just don t understand the mistakes, such as calling the heroine Lady Todd when it should have been Miss Todd This, and a number of similar mistakes, were very annoying especially since I read and loved the first two books in this series I don t remember these types of mistakes in those books Perhaps this one was written first Ms Leech, please consider updating this book...


  3. says:

    Keziah tried to stay awY from her abusive father but when she over hears him and his valet arranging the accidental death of a Duke she decides to step in a try and stop it Ash, The Duke of Chartley is worried about his appearance then anything else but when he is approached by Keziah, Lady Todd at what she over heard he knows he needs to do something Ash is not a sportsman, he can t even hit the side of a barn so Keziah decides to teach him to shoot When Ash meets Lord Todd at his home he realizes that he is a cunning man and needs to watch his back When Keziah and her abigail Molly are beaten by Lord Todd they both r...


  4. says:

    Not your usual who done it.The murder happens early and the hero is the least likely fellow, something of a dandy who cannot shoot straight Lord Rennard, the Fox, is a rather despicable man who uses people until he no longer can and then disposes of them His daughter is the target of much of his abuse and held as a minion to keep his house which is impoverished After she is beaten again as well as her Abigail, she runs to the only place where she feels she can be safe The Duke of Ashwicke, Ash, has befriended Keziah after she comes to him to tell of another of her father s evil plans which may mean his death.The murder is a mystery that Inspector Formby intends to find the answer Although h...


  5. says:

    Keziah s horrible father is a gold digger, and she overhears him planning to murder his next wife to be s son She goes to warn Ash, and they embark on a plot for Ash to kill him before he is killed But, Ash can t fire a pistol worth a darn, nor is he much of a fighter The plot thickens when Keziah is beaten by her father and escapes to Ash The father is murdered, then Ash is blackmailed, and everyone lies to Inspector Formby, who knows something is amiss With the couple protecting each other, and Ash falling for Keziah, his grandmother is concerned about scandal, an...


  6. says:

    I love the unlikely hero plot line it isn t too often a really nice guys wins Keziah is a very likeable heroine and the story it s self is cute and has just enough darkness to not be too wholesome I did take issue with the portrayal of Formby in this book We have come to know and love the Inspector in the first books and his demeanor has fundamentally changed in this one He was a patient, steadfast, intelligent and kind hearted man...


  7. says:

    How does she do itYet again Emma has given a read to fall in love with More beautiful characters, such as Ash, not the usual strapping hero but none the less, he s just as lovable, loyal to his own detriment but a fierce protector to those he loves Lady Todd is strong, beautiful and a crack shot, what could you ask ...


  8. says:

    Good story, but.Ease review the ranking of the aristocracy A Duke should never be referred to as lord He is always referred to as Your Grace or the Duke of If he has a lesser title of Lord , he is still referred to as the highest rank he has Miss Todd shou...


  9. says:

    Hero in disguiseA man looks doesn t always deem him as a hero a man s heart, love and passion and what he does to save the woman he loves The prime and proper Duke always a the height of fashion throws out the rules of ton To fall in love with a daughter of a crook when she saves him from her fathers plot ...


  10. says:

    Oh dear God I had to stop this in the middle of the fifth chapter This is so simply written, but in a way that is so frustrating to read And the Hero comes off as weak, unintelligent, afraid of violence, not into manly things, but very into fashion The way the conversations were did not get me involved in the book at all Instead, it kept me ever aware that this is a story written from ...

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