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Peek Inside The Revolutionary and the Rogue

Two men on opposite sides, one common goal. Together, Perrin and Henri must make the choice to stand and shield at any cost…and their love might become the deadliest weapon in all of France.

The Revolutionary and the Rogue

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Perrin deVesey knows pain. As a member of Crimson Rose, a secret club for men who love men, he’s taken the vow “to stand and shield.” Standing together during these perilous times is the only thing keeping their necks from the guillotine. Now their leader is using the club to rescue wrongly accused traitors. After losing a past lover to an unjust execution, the decision to support this treasonous cause is easy…until a devastatingly handsome Committee Officer complicates Perrin’s whole world.

Officer Henri Chevalier hates aristocrats. But the man he finds while investigating Crimson Rose is more than just wealthy and fancily clothed. He’s a rogue that could take him to the heart of the uprising and stop it before it starts. His plan to get close to Perrin and steal his secrets backfires, though, when Henri finds himself falling for the damned aristo and his dangerous smile. His heart is even more conflicted as he learns the truth behind their cause…and the truth his own people have been hiding.

Together they must make the choice—to stand and shield at any cost—and their love might be the deadliest weapon in all of France.

Praise

“The author has done an amazing job on bring the history alive as well as making the atmosphere so rich, and layered and detailed, it lets you be fully enveloped in murky, dark, post-Revolution France. There’s danger, action, some twists, turns and quite a bit of heroism. Plus, I got the feeling that the author made that time period come to life, that you can and did feel everything the characters went through.” --Spooky Book Likes

Filled with delicious sexual tension.” --Suzanne L., NetGalley

“Henri and Perrin’s relationship is so multi-faceted. It left me, as the reader, turning every page with wonder, fascinated to see how their relationship would continue to progress through the murky waters of their external environment.” --Evie D., Goodreads

A lovely enemies-to-lovers romance in a scintillating setting.” --Erika C., NetGalley

“I would recommend The Revolutionary and the Rogue. The stakes were higher in this book than any of my other recent reads and had me worrying for everyone’s safety for the entire book. This is an excellent debut and I’m looking forward to reading more from Ferre in the future!” --Maureen L., NetGalley

Additional Details

ISBN: 9781649370051
Release Date: Aug 24, 2020
Page Count: 350
Imprint: amara
Genre: georgian, historical, lgbtq
Tropes: enemies to lovers, forbidden love/off limits, opposites attract, overcoming odds, redemption, revenge

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By Evie July 22, 2020

I received a copy of this book via the publisher and NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

If you’re a long-time follower of my reviews, you probably know historical romance has never been my bag. I’m much more of a contemporary reader. However, every so often, a blurb piques my interest enough ...more

By Mary Ann September 13, 2020

Delicious. A romance set in post-Revolutionary France? Um, yes. On the one hand, we have Chevalier, not just any revolutionary, but an officer working for the committee. On the other, de Vessey, an aristocrat and the natural enemy of the new government under Robespierre. With citizens denouncing one ...more

By Felicia June 27, 2020

This was a fascinating debut. The history and atmosphere is so rich, and layered and detailed, it lets you be fully enveloped in murky, dark, post-Revolution France. There’s danger, action, some twists, turns and quite a bit of swoony heroism.

Henri and Perrin were a wonderful, enemies-to-lovers cou ...more

By Maureen September 02, 2020

Originally posted on You Have Your Hands Full

Perrin and Henri are on opposite sides of the Reign of Terror. Perrin is an aristo and a member of a secret organization working against the government. Henri works for the government, and his reasons for hating aristos are more than political.

They have ...more

By Ella June 27, 2020

I just devoured the Revolutionary and the Rogue--and I thought it was very, very sweet. Hmm...how can a book set during Robespierre's Terror be 'sweet'? Because the genuine love that builds between the two adversaries--even amidst the impending doom of the backdrop--is just lovely.

Perrin is an Engli ...more

By Lily July 23, 2020

For anyone who knows me, they know that I greedily devour nearly anything romance related from paranormal to contemporary to suspense in any pairing (or more!) available.

However.

Historical is not my normal go-to. There are a precious few authors that I will read across the board regardless of the ti ...more

By Blondie July 10, 2020

This was an interesting book that takes place during the French revolution, just after Marie Antoinette was executed. The city of Paris was in chaos and these two enemies find a way to come together for the greater good. The author did a wonderful job setting the scene in this book. The horrors of t ...more

By Tween 2 Teen Book Reviews July 01, 2020

The Revolutionary and the Rogue is a fun new historical romance. Most hist-rom during the late-1700s is set in England, and so it was fun to get a new setting in France. Additionally, the book is steeped in important historical moments, during The Reign of Terror in post-revolutionary France. Perrin ...more

By Annarella August 22, 2020

TBH I read it with the Scarlet Pimpernel in mind. I found it enjoyable and engrossing even if a bit slow at times.
It's a sweet story and i liked the characters and the vivid historical background.
The romance is sweet and I rooted for the characters.
Recommended.
Many thanks to the publisher and Netgal ...more

By Rebecca August 24, 2020

Wonderful characters.
Great premise.


***I am voluntarily posting an honest review after reading an Advance Reader Copy of this story.*** ...more

By Etta July 06, 2020

💗🧡💛💚💙💜📖 ...more

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Blake Ferre

About the author

Blake Ferre

Blake Ferre is a historical romance author whose revolutionary rogues and spangled spies find love and humor in unexpected places. A great admirer of the fashion and artistry from the eighteenth century, her stories weave in details of these luxuries, while also questioning the struggles hidden behind their production. Blake spends her free time painting and playing with her dogs and bunnies. She’s a theatre enthusiast and equally enjoys trips to the symphony. Before turning to writing, Blake competed as an amateur ballroom dancer. After suffering injuries that made it difficult to compete, Blake soon found herself spinning stories. It was during her first trip to Paris and Versailles that the fantasy worlds in her head truly came to life. She vividly pictured historical characters stepping onto the cobblestone streets.

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