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The Last Rogue Mass Market Paperback – Apr 2004


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  • Mass Market Paperback: 384 pages
  • Publisher: Leisure Books (April 2004)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0843952334
  • ISBN-13: 978-0843952339
  • Product Dimensions: 17.2 x 10.8 x 2.7 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,114,055 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Detra Fitch TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 24 Feb 2004
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Viscount Lucas "Luc" Westmore was the last man known to see Lady Sybil alive. Sybil had tried to entrap Luc into marriage and failed. She desperately admitted to being pregnant by a married man and need to wed quickly. Lucas promised to help her find a husband within the next two weeks. However, only two days later Sybil was found dead in the Thames, seemingly by suicide. Filled with remorse, Lucas made a vow of celibacy to last for one year. He left London for Cornwall, the small village of St. Ives, and found himself in the middle of smugglers.
Bliss Hartley was the daughter of a squire. Her father was ill and Bliss, along with everyone else in the village, turned to smuggling for money. She only wanted to make enough to take her father to a specialist in London. But there was a traitor within the smugglers ranks.
I must skip much here. The author has placed many surprises in this little village for her readers. To tell any more would give SO MUCH away. Therefore, let us fast forward.
Bliss and Luc marry and return to London. It became obvious that the talk of Lady Sybil's death had not yet ceased. Bliss was faced with trusting her husband, though he still kept a few secrets from her and had bluntly informed her not to expect him to remain faithful to her. Lucas did not believe he was in love with Bliss and kept trying to put distance between them.
***** I did NOT want to see this series end. Each Rogue's story has touched my heart, but this one even more so than the others. Bliss and Lucas are so well matched. I would say that I will miss them, but I know I will be rereading this story again very soon. All three in this series have been placed on my "Keeper" shelf. The author, Connie Mason, has proven that she is a gifted story teller, especially in the Regency era.
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I enjoyed the basic storyline of Bliss and Luc but found the graphic sex scenes were over the top, I am not a prude and I do appreciate he was supposed to be rake and a rogue but could we leave something to the imagination please !!
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By shaz on 5 Feb 2014
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Loved it loved it loved it 5 stars great characters good storyline fast paced a page turner read all 3 rogue stories great ms mason has done it again
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By Dr B on 19 Aug 2013
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Sadly, this series seems to be deteriorating as it goes on. The writing has become stilted and the characters inconsistent and unbelievable. Luc's reaction to the initial stimulus of Lady Sybil's death in the Prologue, seems OTT and not in keeping with what the reader knows of him from earlier books. Then, having started to revert to type, about halfway through the books, he changes again, as if someone has flipped a switch. There are also unconvincing, if less extreme, variations in the heroine's character.

The other failing that has also got worse as the series progressed is the matter if historical veracity. In the first book, the errors were a bit annoying but not too serious. In the second, the main departure from fact was necessary to the success of the plot, whether it was done knowingly or not. In this book, the errors seem more like carelessness. I've highlighted two below.

Until 1837, when the Marriage Act (1936) came into force, all marriages in England had to be performed in a church, though there were special arrangements for Jews and Quakers. Thus, a civil wedding performed by a magistrate in 1820 would not be legal. Furthermore, the impression that a Special Licence could simply be bought on the spur of the moment from some unstated, but apparently easily and quickly accessible source is completely false.

There is also a scene in which Luc and Ram have both "parked" their carriages, apparently with no-one present to look after their horses. While gentlemen did drive out without a groom or tiger on occasion, if they had to leave the carriage for any reason, it would be necessary to hire someone to hold the horses while they awaited the return of their owner.
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By jemma williams on 3 July 2013
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Great book, even better that it was free. Couldn't put it down. Took me all of a day to read it
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