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Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Review Blast: A Rogue’s Deadly Redemption by Jeannie Ruesch

A Rogue's Deadly Redemption (The Willoughby Family #3) by Jeannie Ruesch
Genre: Adult (Historical Romance)
Date Published: November 17, 2014
Publisher: Self

Scandal forced Lady Lily Melrose into an untenable decision: marry the man she wanted but who wanted someone else or leave her home for America. She gambled and stayed. Now, almost four years later, Lily is ready to gamble again—on a future that means leaving her neglectful, absent husband behind. But when a deadly adversary threatens them both, Lily realizes how little she understood about her husband—and her marriage. She's faced with another impossible choice: leave the man she loved to face certain death or stay and fight to help him deliver on a promise he no longer remembers.

Robert Melrose was raised as the forgotten third-born son with no future—without even the label of black sheep to keep him respectable. Not content with obscurity, he cultivated his own path to power, aligning himself with a world where betrayal is deadly. But when an accident wipes away his past, Robert can't remember who he is or what he's done. What he does know is that his wife, Lily, evokes a strong need inside—a need to prove he's better than his past. But when his past becomes a present danger, Robert must choose: gain the trust and love of the woman intent on leaving or let her walk away from him and the danger that might cost both their lives.

A Rogue's Deadly Redemption is the third book in The Willoughby Family series by Jeannie Ruesch. I didn't feel lost or out of place by reading this book before reading the previous two books, however I now want to read the previous two. Lily was a strong character, and no matter what society or family, who liked to meddle, expected of her, she followed her heart. I loved that about her. The memory loss made Robert a fun guy to get to know, because you get to know him as he gets to know himself again. He has a life Lily knows nothing about, and that doesn't make him look too good, but it added to the mystery and kept my interest. The romance was sweet and they had definite chemistry even in the beginning.. you could just feel that something was there. A Rogue's Deadly Redemption was a suspenseful love story about forgiveness and new beginnings.

A Rogue’s Deadly Redemption by Jeannie Ruesch was kindly provided to me by Tasty Book Tours for review. The opinions are my own.

Jeannie Ruesch wrote her first story at the age of the six, prompting her to give up an illustrious, hours-long ambition of becoming a Dallas Cowboy Cheerleader and declare that writing was her destiny. The journey toward destiny held a few detours along the way, including a career in marketing and design.

Her first novel, a fairy-tale like historical romance, was published in 2009, but the darker side of life has always captivated her. So after a dinner conversation with friends about the best way to hide a dead body, she knew she had to find a way to incorporate suspense into her writing. (The legal outlet for her fascination.) Today, she continues writing what she loves to read - stories of history, romance and suspense. She lives in Northern California with her amazing husband (who cooks, cleans and edits!), their son and a lab named Cooper.

To learn more about Jeannie Ruesch and her books, visit her website.You can also find her on Goodreads, Facebook, and Twitter.

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