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Good Earl Gone Bad (The Lords of Anarchy)

by Manda Collins

Series: Lords of Anarchy (2)

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Marriage? To a gambler? You must be joking! Lady Ophelia Dauntry has never been one to back down from a challenge. And when her spendthrift father does the unthinkable and loses her hand in marriage at the gaming tables, she is faced with the challenge of her life. Not only in the man she'll be forced to marry--the Earl of Mainwaring--a gamester, he's also a member of the Lords of Anarchy--the driving club she holds responsible for her dear friend Lucinda's confinement in an asylum, though they have never claimed responsibility.… (more)

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The player gets played. Ophelia is caught between a rock and a hard place. Betrayed by her father, forced to make tough decisions and on the hunt for answers. She has a lot on her plate. Jasper never expected to have a temptress like Ophelia fall into his lap, All he wanted was a night of fun. Now he has a wife who he doesn't completely trust, a murderer on the loose and is entangled in a mystery that may get them both killed. Manda Collins world conspiracies, secrets, lust, power and murder is full of excitement. A little confusing at times but overall a cool effort. I received an ARC of Good Earl Gone Bad in exchange for an honest review. ( )
  Lashea677 | Feb 16, 2019 |
A very enjoyable second addition to the Lords of Anarchy series.

A woman has finally been admitted into the Lord of Anarchy notorious driving club and Lady Hermione Upperton has never felt so proud and is determined to show her skills and her worth. Until her father gambles away her much coveted horses in a card game, she then finds he has also lost her hand in marriage. Jasper Fawley, The Earl of Mainwaring likes to win, and he is a good player but he didn't expect to go home with a bride, but it couldn't be helped, it was necessary, and now he finds he must keep her safe from suspicion of murder.

Very entertaining, great chemistry between Jasper and Hermione, and I loved meeting characters from the previous story from the series. I'm looking forward to seeing who's book will be next in the Lords of Anarchy series. ( )
  JulieD2 | Sep 21, 2015 |
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Marriage? To a gambler? You must be joking! Lady Ophelia Dauntry has never been one to back down from a challenge. And when her spendthrift father does the unthinkable and loses her hand in marriage at the gaming tables, she is faced with the challenge of her life. Not only in the man she'll be forced to marry--the Earl of Mainwaring--a gamester, he's also a member of the Lords of Anarchy--the driving club she holds responsible for her dear friend Lucinda's confinement in an asylum, though they have never claimed responsibility.

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