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#Miss Benwick Reforms A Rogue by Maggie Fenton–Review–4.5 Stars

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Davina hated how she cowered to her mother’s emotional abuse. Fighting, with her mother, though, made life just too unbearable to be worth it. However, when Davina’s mother encouraged her to marry an abusive man, Davina finally decided to rebel. She cut her hair, ran away, and disguised herself as her male cousin, Leon. Davina showed up to Leon’s new job, working for Julian Hirst, a mad scientist, and inventor, a bit nervous. She was in over-her-head, and she knew it. But what choice did she have? 

Julian Hirst was well-known for his inventions. He was quite wealthy. His real driving force, however, for making his fortune was not greed and ambition, but revenge. Julian needed, wealth and power, to completely ruin, the man responsible for his mother’s hanging.

It wasn’t until Davina showed Julian that he was denying himself a chance for love and happiness, that he gave changing his behavior, even a thought. Could he truly give up his life’s goal to avenge his mother’s death?  He didn’t think so. 

I always enjoy reading Maggie Fenton’s novels because she crafts her stories with over-the-top humor, witty dialogue, and light romance. I was thrilled to receive a review copy of this novel and found it, captivating, and very entertaining.

Thank you, Maggie Fenton, for my complimentary copy of Miss Benwick Reforms a Rogue. I thoroughly enjoyed it.

~4.5 out of 5 stars~

 

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Bio (from author’s page on Amazon)

MAGGIE FENTON has been a music teacher, a professional accompanist, a cheesemonger, a waitress, a line cook, and a college instructor…among other things. She has one master’s degree in English literature and another master’s degree in piano performance. She might try for a third if this writing thing doesn’t work out. She also writes Victorian steampunk romance under the pseudonym Margaret Foxe. Visit http://www.maggiefenton.com for Maggie’s latest news.

 

Best New Historical Fiction Releases for April May June 2017

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My Review of 5-Star New Historical Fiction Releases April/May/June 2017

 

In Case You Missed Any of This Fantastic Books-Here Are The Links to My Reviews:

6/27/17 The Highlandland Commander by Amy Jarecki-5 stars
https://write-escape.com/2017/06/26/the-highland-commander-by-amy-jarecki/

6/7/17 Vikings: Deception by Ceri Bladen-5 stars
https://write-escape.com/2017/06/07/vikings-deception-by-ceri-bladen/

6/6/17 The Alabaster Hip by Maggie Fenton- 5 stars
https://write-escape.com/2017/05/22/the-alabaster-hip-by-maggie-fenton/

5/31/17 A Daughter’s Courage by Renita D’Silva- 5 stars
https://write-escape.com/2017/05/19/A-Daughter’s-Courage-by-Renita-D’Silva/

05/02/17 Never Trust A Pirate by Valerie Bowman- 5 stars
https://write-escape.com/2017/04/25/never-trust-a-pirate-by-valerie-bowman/

4/04/17 I Dared The Duke by Anna Bennett- 5 stars
https://write-escape.com/2017/04/04/i-dared-the-duke-by-anna-bennett/

4/01/17 Miss Whitaker Opens Her Heart by Jennifer Moore- 5 stars
https://write-escape.com/2017/04/30/miss-whitaker-opens-her-heart-by-jennifer-moore/

4/04/17 My One True Highlander by Suzanne Enoch- 5 stars (Hist fic)
https://write-escape.com/2017/04/04/my-one-true-highlander-by-suzanne-enoch/

 

The Alabaster Hip by Maggie Fenton

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Maggie Fenton’s Newest Release is Humorous, Captivating and Entertaining. The Alabaster Hip— Coming 6/6/17— Don’t Miss It. I Loved It!

 

The Alabaster Hip is a very well-written, delightful and humorous historical fiction romance.
Minerva Jones has been sacked without references for the second time in her life. And this last time was not even her fault. She was fighting off an intruder, the Viscount Marlowe, to be exact; and while struggling to do so, she was caught in a compromising position. How was that, her fault? And, to add to her supposedly naughty behavior, Minerva’s nemesis squealed to her superior, about Minerva’s Christopher Essex poetry collection. Granted the man’s poetry was a bit unconventional; blood pumping, toe curling, and even swoon-worthy. But still, it was only poetry.

While Minerva Jones was standing in a muddy ditch, screaming the filthiest swears she could think of, the Viscount Marlowe offered her, a governess job. Minerva couldn’t believe the audacity of the crazy man. But when the Viscount kept upping the salary that he was offering her, to triple what she would normally make, Minerva caved. She might despise the man for getting her sacked, but she wasn’t stupid. And besides, Minerva truly liked the Viscount’s twin girls, even if they were, little hellions.

Minerva had no idea how complicated her life was about to get. But living under the same roof as the Viscount was rattling her nerves and proving to be dangerous as well. Much to Minerva’s dismay, she was growing fond of the Viscount. Minerva needed to guard her heart; because falling for a man like him would only end badly for her.

This book is pure entertainment. It’s escapism at its finest. The characters are quirky, likable, and eccentric. I found the banter between Minerva and the Viscount to be laugh-out-loud funny and Minerva’s inner dialogue, hysterical. Maggie Fenton is a talented writer and a great storyteller. I enjoyed The Alabaster Hip so much so, that I purchased, the first two books in the series.

Thank you, Kindle Press and NetGalley for my advanced review copy. I loved it!

~5 out of 5 stars~Review by Peg Glover

 

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