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"Smart and fast-paced with plenty of steam! This writing duo is a powerhouse of talent!" - NYT Bestselling Author, Sophie Jordan
He stole their riches, she stole his heart.
The cold and aloof Marquess of Hawksfield is the worst peer in London. He has no friends, no fortune, and no time for fools. The dissolute ways of the ton disgust him. But when Archer assumes the identity of the mysterious and devilish Masked Marauder, he is free to do as he pleases.
Sheltered heiress Lady Briannon Findlay is a wallflower, and prefers it that way. Until she meets the nefarious Masked Marauder, a gentleman thief waylaying carriages from London to Essex, who awakens sensual impulses she never knew she had. Provocative and darkly attractive, his artful seduction leaves her wanting more.
When Brynn discovers that Archer and the Masked Marauder are one and the same, trust and attraction collide. But after a murder is committed by an imposter marauder, they must risk everything to find the real killer...including their love.
'My Rogue, My Ruin' by Amalie Howard is the story of Archer Croft, The Marquess of Hawksfield and Lady Briannon "Brynn" Findlay. This is my first book by Ms. Howard and I truly enjoyed it. I am so glad to have found this author. Archer and Brynn have been neighbors since they were both... ...more
Shadow's review posted at Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews
This was a rousing romp of an adventure story, with a bad boy hero, a strong heroine and a captivating story line.
Although the setting is Regency England, bring it forward a dozen decades and the hero, Archer Croft, The Marquess of Hawksfield... ...more
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It has been a long time since I’ve read a historical romance and I’m really glad I picked this one up. My Rogue, My Ruin was a wonderful blend of romance and mystery with a retelling twist. I enjoyed this one from beginning to end.
Both Brynn and Arc... ...more
I love reading historical romance to break my usual YA marathons with something different, so when I heard that Amalie Howard & Angie Morgan (two YA writers that I love) were going to write historical romance together, I was so very excited and I'm happy to hear, the resulting product didn't... ...more
It's an intriguing historical novel, full of mystery, adventure, and romance. I loved it. The story is quite good and well-written. I loved Archer and Briannon. Both are unconventional and looking for adventure, which they find soon enough.
Archer doesn't agree with his father on anything. He has... ...more
When one of your favourite YA authors writes a historical romance, you bloody well buy that book - and love it almost just as much!
I adore Page Morgan's The Dispossessed series, and here under the moniker Angie, together with fellow YA author Amalie Howard, the duo have written a gorgeou... ...more
My Rogue, My Ruin ~ 4 stars
A book genre I don’t read very often is ‘Historical Romance’. I’m not so sure why, because I love to read about relationships in a time setting so different from ours. Marriage for love wasn’t the norm back in those days; it was about duty to the family and the expect... ...more
A Marquess who prefers the highway to his Dukedom? Rather appealing! It's everything that I expected.
Archer is the son of a Duke but loathes being part of the ton and the whole lifestyle. He prefers to help those who are less fortunate. Something he inherited from his mother. Why not rob the ric... ...more
The Marquess of Hawksfield’s lineage is impeccable and his title coveted, but Archer Croft is as far from his indulgent peers as he can get. His loathing for the beau monde has driven him to don a secret identity and risk everything in order to steal their riches and distr... ...more
“My Rogue, My Ruin” is the first book I’ve read by Amalie Howard & Angie Morgan, but I am a sucker for historical romance, so I figured I would try it out. I was not disappointed. With a unique hook and interesting, well-developed characters, this one was a pleasure.
Briannon seems t... ...more
I received this book as a prize in a random genre competition and found it hard to put this down. In fact, I stopped reading another book to make time for this one. I’m a very slow reader, otherwise, I’d have read this in one sitting. I rarely read Historical Romances but this had all the right e... ...more
The Marquis of Hawksfield’s lineage is impeccable and his title coveted & he’s heir to the Duke of Bradburne, but Archer Croft is as far from his indulgent peers as he can get. His loathing for the beau monde has driven him to don a secret identity and risk everything in order to steal their... ...more
My Rogue, My Ruin has just the right amount of romance and mystery with a twist that keeps the reader invested in the read. Who doesn’t love a mask man who pulls you in giving you a feel of mystery and danger? This was a very intriguing read from start to finish with delightful characters you get... ...more
This is a real different book at the start as this book has a duo of authors. I think this is a cute way to go. I like it. Brynn has a problem with breathing. She sneaks away to ride as a boy that would kill her mother. She meets Archer, a Marquess, an old child friend. Eloise is a ward of the Du... ...more
I found this book to be intriguing, as it was both a romance, and a mystery, and the two elements blended very well together. I enjoyed both of the main characters, as they each had there own strengths and weaknesses to give them depth, and they complimented each other. Brynn was determined and p... ...more
Lady Briannon Findlay has suffered from weak lungs all her life. This has meant her family has a bad habit of trying to keep her wrapped in cotton wool ,and panicking at the slightest sign of of a cough. When she gets the chance she escapes to ride bare back astride her beloved Apollo in boys clo... ...more
My Rogue, My Ruin by Amalie Howard and Angie Morgan was my undoing :p
An ARC was generously provided in exchange for an honest review and I did so voluntarily.
Bazinga! This read has all the components that I love within a story and was beautifully written. The authors’ did a fantastic job of weav... ...more
That was fun! I enjoyed the writing, the characters, the banter (Brynn and Archer give as good as they get) and the romance. The Robin Hood vibe gave it a uniqueness I have yet to come across in my historical romance reading. My Rogue, My Ruin weaves the best of both of these authors' talents tog... ...more
Briannon's father is a lord, which means that impeccable behavior is the most important thing there is according to her family. However, she likes to ride in breeches and she knows how to handle a gun. When on the way home her family's carriage is being held up by a thief who wants to have their... ...more
Chronique tirée de mon blog :
Premier tome d'une nouvelle série de romance historique portée par un duo d'auteur, My Rogue, My Ruin, a su me séduire et a été une bonne lecture.
Archer Croft, Marquis de Hawksfield, fils d'un Duc, pourrait sembler être le célibataire de l'année, si ce n'est sa rép... ...more
This is one of those books that you put down and feel completely satisfied at having read it but also wondering why you don't spend all your time reading, in this case, Historical Fiction. To say that I adored My Rogue, My Ruin would be an understatement. The book itself is simplicity at it's fin... ...more
Damn! I am turning into a sucker for historical romance novels. I just devour them like tasty, warm, freshly baked chocolate brownies with vanilla ice cream on the top, complete with rainbow sprinkles.
I really, REALLY, REEEAAALLLYYY like this book. My Rogue, My Ruin whilst it does not have as muc... ...more
*4.5 Stars Rounded Up
So I feel the need to preface this with the fact that I'm generally one to stick with contemporary romance, versus historical, and that this is my first historical romance in probably 10 years. If you're someone who reads a lot of historical romance, don't laugh too hard at m... ...more
Lady Briannon has a shocking experience with a roguish highwayman that robs her and her family on their way to a ball. Her connection to him is something she can’t quite place. Archer Croft, the Marquess of Hawksfield, didn’t expect to see the now grown up Lady Briannon when he robbed their coach... ...more
The Marquess of Hawksfield’s lineage is impeccable and his title coveted, but Archer Croft is as far from his indulgent peers as he can get. His loathing for the beau monde has driven him to don a secret identity and risk everything in order to steal their riches and distribute them to the less f... ...more