Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Review: A Little Mischief by Amelia Grey

A Little Mischief
by Amelia Grey
Mass Market Paperback, 320 pages
Published August 1st 2012 by Sourcebooks Casablanca
ISBN 13 9781402239809
courtesy of NetGalley
Isabella Winslowe is finally gaining respectability when the unthinkable happens: she finds the Earl of Colebrooke's sister in the back garden with a stone cupid in her hand and a dead man at her feet. The last thing Isabella wants to deal with is a formidable earl who is willing to go to great lengths to protect his sister's reputation from a murder scandal. As Daniel Colebrooke begins following Isabella around the ton, desperate to keep her from spreading her story and making mischief, he can't help but notice how captivating she is. And if he's not careful, he could lose his heart along with his sister's reputation...
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Lexi's Thoughts:

Amelia Grey has thrown together a self proclaimed spinster, a rogue turned honorable earl, and a little mischief. The result is a sweet historical romance with just the right amount of mystery to keep you guessing. 

Isabella has figured out that confidence is sexy, that combined with her natural  mischievousness turns her into a desirable woman.  Daniel has realized that along with the title of Earl he needs a wife, only once he lays eyes on Isabella his idea of the perfect docile wife goes right out the window. These two just can’t seem to agree that they would be perfect together, each thinking they want something else. They have great banter and tease each other with ease. 

The dead man in the garden, the great mystery that brings Isabella and Daniel together. There is so little to go on, yet our hero and heroine piece together the clues. It is fun to discover evidence right along with them. You will be guessing up to the end! 

 Rating: 3 Wines, a fun sweet historical romance!

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