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  • Mass Market Paperback: 158 pages
  • Publisher: Avon Books (23 Dec. 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0062322907
  • ISBN-13: 978-0062322906
  • Product Dimensions: 10.6 x 1.1 x 17.1 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
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The Seldons and Dales have been mortal enemies for centuries ...But that hasn't stopped the roguish Crispin, Viscount Dale, and the impetuous Lady Henrietta Seldon from waging their own battle ... of the heart. Every stray glance, every chance encounter threatens to reveal the secret passion that keeps drawing them together.But finally, after years of flirting with disaster ...Crispin and Henrietta find themselves locked in a wine cellar, and now there is no denying the love and loyalties that have lured them in and torn them apart time and time again. Will this one last chance--this tempting night of desire--ignite a fire that will never be extinguished, no matter the price?

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HASH(0x9c03fd74) out of 5 stars Enjoyable novella 20 Nov. 2013
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Brief story but enjoyable. mostly told through flashbacks. the characters meet, immediately knew something special has occurred, but because of a family feud lasting centuries their situation is difficult. Though they make plans to be together 3 times, something comes up, or misunderstanding, or family gets in the way. I sometimes get frustrated when reading about situations that could be straightened out if only they were discussed before someone acted too quickly and made a mess of things, but in all a nice quick read.
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HASH(0x9c3addc8) out of 5 stars 3.5 stars for a sweet romance 8 Jan. 2014
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Just what every Lady wants. To meet her true love while trapped in a patch of thorns--with her skirts well and truly stuck over her head. ::snort:: It's really quite the first impression and one that left Crispin smitten with the impulsive, yet charming, Lady Henrietta and willing to go against a centuries long family feud if it meant having the one he loved. *girly sigh*

It's been ten years since that first meet and Crispin and Henrietta have managed to get themselves locked in a wine cellar after going in search of a wayward puppy. They've not seen each other for quite a spell and while they wait for someone to discover them their story unfolds in a series of flashbacks to all of their "moments" together over the years as they tried to grab hold of their happily ever after but kept having it slip through their fingers because of meddling families, wars, misunderstandings and marriages. Some were sweet memories, some gigglesnort worthy, and some rather heartbreaking. But in every one the two, despite the circumstances that had kept them apart, just fit back together and felt whole. Like they were meant to be together no matter the bumps and bruises along the way.

I really liked Crispin and Henrietta right from the start. The two, despite their families, just have a spark between them and a way about them that made me smile. They've had such a hard time making their way to each other and damn I so wanted them to finally make it happen. Have You Any Rogues? was a quick read and just what I was looking for on a lazy winter afternoon. The flashbacks were nicely done, the romance pretty believable and it even managed to have a couple rather steamy scenes. Not bad at all for one little novella.

**I do think 1.99 was a little pricey for length (didn't seem quite as long as the page amount indicated) but it was very nicely written and enjoyable so hard to complain too loudly on that front.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9bd5c300) out of 5 stars Their families had been at odds for 300 years 14 Nov. 2013
By Jackie - Published on Amazon.com
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Crispin Dale first met Henrietta Seldom when she was tangled in briars. He untangled her but before they were able to talk he father came searching for her. At their next meeting they made plans to meet at dawn and run away to Paris. On her way out of the house Henrietta ran into her nephew who locked her in a closet and Crispin went to Paris alone. After two more meetings and foiled plans Henrietta was sure she would never have the man of her dreams.

This book was so much fun to read, I wish it had been a full length novel.
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HASH(0x9bf2654c) out of 5 stars Cute Novella 14 Nov. 2013
By J. Jones - Published on Amazon.com
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A fun novella that goes back and forth in time as it tell how roguish Crispin, Viscount Dale, and the impetuous Lady Henrietta Seldon keep missing out on getting together. The fact that the Dale's and the Seldon's are have been feuding for ages does not help.
HASH(0x9c03c93c) out of 5 stars Have You Any Rogues? by Elizabeth Boyle 7 Feb. 2014
By M. E. Almaguer - Published on Amazon.com
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Book #2.5 in Elizabeth Boyle's enchanting and delightful Rhymes with Love series.

My thoughts:
This comedy of errors story was hilarious, charming, sexy, and fun. Hen was the officious, and seemingly scatter-brained older sister of Henry, from And the Miss Ran Away with the Rake, and cousin to Christopher, the Duke of Preston, from Along Came a Duke. It was nice to see another side to Crispin after his brief, imperious appearance toward the end of book number two.
We finally found out how in the world Hen managed to marry (and bury!) three husbands by the age of 28. She seemed so much older than her years in the first two books in the series, much like a mother hen (pun intended), I don’t think I knew quite how young she was. She also seemed to adore city life in the previous books but here, we learned her heart belonged to the countryside.

There was a long-standing feud between Hen’s family (the Seldons) and Crispin’s (the Dales)—over 300 years! Hilarious family quotes opened each chapter: “‘How do you know a Dale is lying? When they give you their word.’The Seldons’ Favorite Saying" (p44); “’If the wind has changed, so has a Seldon’s heart.’ Well-known Dale Maxim." (p59); “When a Dale come to call, count the silver and your daughters.’A Seldon Saying" (p63)

It was love at first sight between Crisipin and Hen, and he was her first kiss and her first love, but through a series of errors and misunderstandings, they never managed to stay together. I especially enjoyed discovering their shared interests in travel and adventure, but what a long road to get there—almost ten years! I enjoyed how Hen referred to Crispin as him (italicized). “She shared his desires, his fantasies, and he wanted nothing more than to discover them with her at his side.” (p30)

Some readers may not like this, but I enjoyed the flashbacks to particular events in Crispin and Hen’s history. It was seamlessly done and easy to understand.

I just loved the funny names that Boyle came up with for her characters: Aunts Zillah (hers) and Damaris (his), Dilbert, Mr. Muggins (the dog), and Christopher’s estate, Owle Park.

Funny, too, were the vocabulary and expressions: “dash my wig,” flibbertigibbet.

The love scenes were intense but brief, evoking the passion between hero and heroine. I thought the moment that Hen revealed her painful secret was well done, evoking just the right emotion without being manipulative. (p59)

Another winning installment in the Rhymes with Love series. I look forward to reading long-suffering Harriet and jingle brains Roxbury’s friends-to-lovers story next in If Wishes Were Earls. Great titles!
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