A Rogue Meets His Match by Lana Williams


I have been looking forward to Edward and Margaret’s story since the last book, To Dare A Rogue.  A Rogue Meets His Match is another worthy addition to this series.  This is a romantic, heartfelt read.  The book has beautiful writing, vivid characters, and a sweet passion.

Edward and Margaret are thrown together as Margaret is Edward’s sister, Charlotte, best friend.  Edward needs to marry for money, and Margaret decides to help Edward find a wife.  Margaret gives all her energy to her family.  Through a gradual process, the couple finds their feelings growing from friendship to love.  Both Edward and Margaret feel the responsibility of the well-being of their families is their priority.  I admire their loyalty and selflessness.  Margaret has hidden depth and talents that are revealed through the plot.  Edward’s personality is prominent and filled with dependability yet also hopefulness.  The couple’s connection starts as acquaintances and slowly builds to tenderness and love.  There is an electricity to their passion that jumps off the page.

The plot is straightforward. However, it unfolds effortlessly.  This is a slow-burn romance, but the journey is well worth the wait.  The characters were relatable, and their family difficulties resonated with me.   A Rogue Meets His Match is the seventh book in the Rogue Chronicles series.  I enjoyed this book the best so far.  Lana is a talented writer that never fails to deliver an intelligent, delicate, romantic read.  

I voluntarily read and reviewed an advance copy of this book through the author.   All thoughts and opinions are my own.

Published by jelee1976

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