Wednesday, February 14, 2018

When Good Earls Go Bad by Megan Frampton [Review]

 When Good Earls Go Bad by Megan Frampton
When Good Earls Go Bad (Dukes Behaving Badly #1.5) by Megan Frampton
Format: ebook
Source: purchased
Date read: May 14, 2017

Dukes Behaving Badly
1. The Duke's Guide to Correct Behavior
1.5. When Good Earls Go BadPaperback | Kindle
2. Put Up Your Duke
2.5. No Groom at the Inn
3. One-Eyed Dukes are Wild
4. Why Do Dukes Fall in Love
5. My Fair Duchess

Megan Frampton
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Synopsis (Goodreads):
What's a lovely young woman doing asleep in his bed? Matthew, Earl of Selkirk, is shocked to discover it's his new housekeeper! She's a far cry from the gray-haired woman he expected. Matthew is no fan of surprises, and Annabelle Tyne is pure temptation. Perhaps he shouldn't have had her hired sight unseen.

Annabelle, co-owner of the Quality Employment Agency, is no housekeeper, but she wasn't about to lose a potential client simply because there was no one to fit the bill. Imagine her shock when the earl arrives at his London townhome and she's awoken in the night by the most attractive man she's ever seen.

Matthew is a man who lives life by the rules, but sometimes rules are made to be broken … and being bad can be very, very good.
Thoughts on When Good Earls Go Bad: Take one uptight, loner of a Scot and throw in a chatty, exuberant woman who finds joy in the simplest of things. Watch the befuddlement and sparks fly.

Seriously. It's adorable. Matthew is adorable. Probably precisely because of that above mentioned befuddlement he experiences whenever Annabelle sucks him into her orbit. She's just so thrilled with life--despite the knocks she's taken along the way--that he can't help but be enchanted by her. Plus, her complete inability to treat him with the stuffiness he's used to makes him feel like more than an analytical machine prized for only his logical mind.

As for Annabelle, she's talkative and forgetful and she's a terrible cook and none of that matters when Matthew's around. She likes him. He likes her. She might be willing and able to admit how she feels, but he's a little blocked up when it comes to emotional issues.


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