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Stealing Rose: The Fowler Sisters 2 by [Murphy, Monica]
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4.1 out of 5 stars 11 customer reviews
Book 2 of 3 in Fowler Sisters (3 Book Series)

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Owning Violet owned me from the first page to the last. Ryder and Violet's chemistry is off the charts! Read it, own it, love it (Katy Evans, New York Times bestselling author)

A delicious read, hot romance, complicated characters and intense drama (Literary Cravings)

An emotional and heartbreaking storyline... Monica Murphy pulls the reader in and won't let go (The Reading Café)

Monica Murphy succeeds in making a steamy romance between two characters with amazing chemistry and she turns a work of fiction into something so much more. It is a real, tangible, and beautiful thing (The Life of Fiction)

Full of secrets and heartache this is so much more than just a story of love, more like a journey of two lost hearts (Lisa Jayne, Goodreads )

A sweet and sexy read with a dash of angst. It will hook you from page one! (Under the Covers)

The author had me hooked within the opening pages . . . All I have to say is pick up the book and be prepared for the roller coaster you are about to get on . . . You will not want to miss this book and this author (Shh Moms Reading)

I chose this book to be the book. The perfect book that would make the world stop for a few hours and suck me into another universe completely. The perfect book that would make my heart race and stop all at the same time. This book is that book! This book is perfect! (The Obsessive Reader)

An amazing read! . . . [I] can't wait to continue the emotional journey of Drew and Fable (A Bookish Escape)

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The second in a steamy contemporary romance series from the bestselling author of One Week Girlfriend.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1648 KB
  • Print Length: 337 pages
  • Publisher: Headline Eternal (3 Mar. 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00OPZ0I9Y
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars 11 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #148,694 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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OH MY, Monica Murphy really does create the best anti-heroes. Seriously the male protagonists are going to make you quiver in both good and bad ways ;) Having both Caden and Ryder in the same book is almost combustible.

Rose, the youngest of the three Fowler sisters, and as such suffers from feelings of inadequacy. Living in the shadow of her older sisters and the ghost of her mother has seriously affected her self-confidence. I could easily relate to Rose as I am the youngest child and was continually compared to my older siblings. It is the curse of being the youngest. However, I think Rose is a lot stronger than she gives herself credit for. A point that becomes more evident as the story progresses.

Caden underwent a major life change during his teens as a result of his father. Leading him to re-evaluate his life and take the easy option available to him. While he has had moments of conscious over his life choices, he is generally content to life his life on the edge. Until he meets Rose. There is just something about her that makes him want to be a better man for her. SWOON.

Both Rose and Caden view their attraction as purely physical and limit their involvement to a specific time period and casual relationship :(

Although we all know that the course of true love never does run smooth. Dealing with family issues and the continuing unease amplified with the Pilar situation, adds to the tension within the plot. I loved seeing the continuation of Violet and Ryder’s relationship within the story, providing a deeper connection to both the character and the events.

Stealing Rose is a full steam ahead, action packed romance interwoven with finding yourself and your place in the world.
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I am completely and hopelessly in love. The first book in this series (Owning Violet) wasn't for me, so I was a little nervous to pick up Stealing Rose, but I had absolutely nothing to worry about, because I don't think it would be possible to love this book any more than I do. It was fantastic!!!

Right from the very start I was hooked, and I read the entire book in one sitting, which is practically unheard of for me these days. I just couldn't bring myself to put this book down.

I loved the character of Rose, but the person who truly stole my heart was Caden. SWOOOOOON!!!! I need a Caden Kingsley in my life! I loved the twist to the story, that at one stage caused me anxiety because I just needed to know how it would all turn out! And the entire book as a whole, was just perfection to me. I loved it so much!!

Stealing Rose made me remember exactly why I fell in love with this author's writing the very first time. Without a doubt, Monica Murphy's strongest work to date since One Week Girlfriend.
You NEED to read it.
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Stealing Rose is book #2 in the Fowler Sisters Series, I was lucky enough to be gifted an ARC to read for Gemma Reads Too Much.

I enjoyed the first book in this series Owning Violet, but Stealing Rose was SOOOOO much better!!

Rose was the bolder sassier sister in the first book, but in her own book she comes across like a little lost sheep. She’s lost her spark and direction and she just seems slightly aimless.

The moment she comes into contact with Caden it’s like a switch is flipped and she just lights up, I loved her she’s sweet and relatable and I found that I really invested in her character.

Caden is the quintessential loveable rogue, I won’t spoil it by explaining why he’s a rogue but he has some definite flaws lol. The thing is with a good rogue is that we fall in love with them anyway; we overlook they faults and issues and focus on the good and how they might change to be with us.

Caden is the type of character that could make you overlook murder! There’s something about his intensity that’s bold and dangerous but works to just make him sexier!!

Good lord the sex!!! This couple are on fire the sex scenes are plentiful and a tiny bit naughty, I love that Caden is dominant but not in an arrogant way. This book will turn you on!!! It’s not vulgarly explicit but more teasing and cheeky.

At times Caden is annoying and had he just pulled his head out of his bottom and thought about things this story may have taken a whole different direction. But half the fun of romances is the twists and turns the couple have to take to find their happily ever after.

Now I liked Violet in her book but I found myself wanting to shout at her in this book, talk about one rule for one, one rule for another.
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I gave Stealing Rose 4.5 Stars.

Do you ever read a book just at the right time? For me, Stealing Rose was that book. I was after something light, sexy and hot. And Monica Murphy provided all three.

Rose is the youngest of the Fowler sisters and in need of a break from the family business. In Cannes, Rose decides to be reckless for once and that’s when she bumps into smooth talker Caden. Rose puts her moment of madness behind her and travels on to London to visit Violet, only to find it’s a small world after all and the mysterious Caden also happens to be there.

After a sexy bathroom meet, a clandestine, whirlwind romance ensues and I loved watching the two characters grow. Rose was the quiet girl, always going with the flow and never speaking out at the company. During her time with Caden, she slowly began to find her voice and realised it was time for her to do what she wanted to do.

"I sort of like how mysterious Caden is. I know nothing beyond his first name, the taste of his lips, and the wonderful things he can do to me with his fingers. And I'm thinking maybe that's plenty enough."

Caden was a bad boy. So much so, I really did wonder how Monica would swing it that I would fall for him and want him to be the guy for Rose. Of course, Monica nailed it. I loved Caden, his history wasn’t squeaky clean and if it was one of my girlfriends I’d be telling her to run a mile, but it’s fiction and for this story I went with it because I felt the connection between the characters and wanted them to experience happiness they both rightly deserved.

"He marked me. It felt so primitive and possessive, seeing those fingerprints on my skin. I've never been a man's profession before. But I feel like his.
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