★★★★ 1/2 The second installment of the All's fair in love series was quite enjoyable. The fun banter between characters was a delight and I loved that the lead ladies in both books so far, are strong self sufficient women, but still have a bit of quirkiness to them.
I am looking forward to the third book... the only downside, is that these books are short! With these plots and characters, I feel they could have easily been full length books.
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Here's the blurb:
In all his years in the army, Lord Gabriel Winters never once described his opponent as beautiful. But when he finds himself staring down the barrel of Miss Amelia Watson’s pistol, it’s the only word that comes to mind. Despite her clear distrust of him—and not to mention his own determination to avoid English women at all costs—Gabriel is more than intrigued by his friend’s bold neighbor.
Amelia has plenty of reasons to distrust strangers, and the broad-shouldered, devilishly handsome viscount deserves no exception. But when he challenges her to lay down her weapon and learn to fight in a new way, she finds herself capitulating. He may be a scoundrel, but he’s also the first person in years to look at her without the blasted pity she hates so much.
Though the lessons start out innocently enough, the heady pull of attraction soon gets in the way. They’re as incompatible as water and gunpowder, so why is she suddenly looking forward to the thought of being . . . Scandalized by a Scoundrel?