Romance

A Foolish Wager by Rose Pearson

After finishing A Gentleman’s Revenge, I continued on with the series by reading A Foolish Wager. Lady Amelia kind of had a cameo in a previous book in the series, but we didn’t really meet her. This is her story.

A quote from A Foolish Wager by Rose Pearson

Lady Amelia is the daughter of the late Earl of Stockbridge. After her father’s death and her mourning period complete, Amelia arrives at the ton. Her first season wasn’t a bright one. Her uncle declares that her second season will be the one that she finds a husband.

A quote from A Foolish Wager by Rose Pearson

Oliver, the Earl of Montague, is a rogue. He spends the season, stealing kisses from debutantes and making conquests of widows and straying wives. Last season, one of his friends profited from wagers on Oliver. This caused Oliver to be in the spotlight often.

A Foolish Wager by Rose Pearson

Brief Summary (while trying not to give everything away)

In A Foolish Wager, the Ton spurns Lady Amelia due to her limp caused by a fall as a child. Yet, when Oliver meets her, he fails to notice her limp. But what happens when a wager is placed on him that involves Lady Amelia?

Recommendation?

This is on Kindle Unlimited. It is a good clean story. Don’t go in expecting spice and heat as there is none. There’s one more story in this series.

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My plan for 2022 is to write three blog posts a week- one about a fantasy book, one about a mystery book, and one about a romance book (with some posts about series thrown in). This one is a romance so if you’re a romance lover, then you’ll want to check it out!

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