Twice Tempted by a Rogue

  • by Tessa Dare
  • Narrated by Rosalyn Landor
  • 11 hrs and 26 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The daring members of the Stud Club are reckless gamblers and no strangers to risk - until love raises the stakes in Twice Tempted by a Rogue.
Luck is a double-edged sword for brooding war hero Rhys St. Maur. His death wish went unanswered on the battlefield, while fate allowed the murder of his good friend in the elite gentlemen’s society known as the Stud Club. Out of options, Rhys returns to his ancestral home on the moors of Devonshire, expecting anything but a chance at redemption in the arms of a beautiful innkeeper who dares him to take on the demons of his past - and the sweet temptation of a woman’s love.
Meredith Maddox believes in hard work, not fate, and romance isn’t part of her plan. But when Rhys returns, battle-scarred, world-weary, and more dangerously attractive than ever, the lovely widow is torn between determination and desire. As a deep mystery and dangerous smugglers threaten much more than their passionate reckoning, Meredith discovers that she must trust everything to a wager her heart placed long ago.


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Customer Reviews

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Not Tessa Dare's best work

This is the first book by Tessa Dare that wasn't a page turner for me, it was a struggle to finish the book. The story was flat and the characters were just too weak to hold my attention. Their passion was all contained in the first 2 chapters and after that the fire just seemed to go out between the hero and heroine and it didn't really seem to matter if they ever got together. It's a pity really as Tessa Dare is one of my favourite writers.
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- Elizabeth Lynch

This was a chore to finish

I almost don't know what to say. I'm a fan of Tessa Dare. I've enjoyed her historicals and I was looking forward to this next book in the Stud Club story. But this book was almost painful to listen to. Even the fabulous Rosalyn Landor's narration may have added to my discomfort. Her interpretation of Rhys' voice made him seem always grumpy and curt. I don't know if I would have understood him to be that way if I were reading the words instead of listening. In any case, he was not at all likeable and I almost stopped reading. I found the story dull and the characters flat. It was very disappointing. This was a 2.5 in my opinion. Even the best author can have a bad day.
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- Maine Knitter

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-19-2014
  • Publisher: Tessa Dare