To Catch a Rogue

To Catch a Rogue When antiquities begin to go missing from London drawing rooms Miss Calliope Chase sets out to restore order The thief must be a well connected member of the Ton And she doesn t need to look much furt

  • Title: To Catch a Rogue
  • Author: Amanda McCabe
  • ISBN: 9780373295890
  • Page: 393
  • Format: Paperback
  • When antiquities begin to go missing from London drawing rooms Miss Calliope Chase sets out to restore order The thief must be a well connected member of the Ton And she doesn t need to look much further than Cameron de Vere, Earl of Westwood, for a suspect What she doesn t realize is that her determined pursuit of a criminal is beginning to look like a budding romance.When antiquities begin to go missing from London drawing rooms Miss Calliope Chase sets out to restore order The thief must be a well connected member of the Ton And she doesn t need to look much further than Cameron de Vere, Earl of Westwood, for a suspect What she doesn t realize is that her determined pursuit of a criminal is beginning to look like a budding romance Until Cameron kisses her, and her ordered life is thrown into appalling confusion

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      Published :2019-07-04T14:43:25+00:00

    About “Amanda McCabe

    • Amanda McCabe

      aka Laurel McKee Amanda Carmack Amanda wrote her first romance at the age of sixteen a vast historical epic starring all her friends as the characters, written secretly during algebra class and her parents wondered why math was not her strongest subject She s never since used algebra, but her books have been nominated for many awards, including the RITA Award, the Romantic Times BOOKReviews Reviewers Choice Award, the Booksellers Best, the National Readers Choice Award, and the Holt Medallion She lives in Oklahoma with a menagerie of two cats, a Pug, and a very bossy miniature Poodle, along with far too many books.When not writing or reading, she loves taking dance classes, collecting cheesy travel souvenirs, and watching the Food Network even though she doesn t cook.

    579 thoughts on “To Catch a Rogue

    • I really, really enjoyed this book! I loved the author's writing style, characters, plot and premise.Not to risk giving away too much, this historical read maybe quick but don't take it lightly. There's a lot of complex things that happen in this little book and I applaud Amanda for getting it all right! The book centers around Calliope Chase who is the eldest sister of the Chase Muses. The ladies were raised by their father and they have a deep interest in Greek Mythology and literature. The be [...]


    • Amanda McCabe has crafted a spell-binding, sensuous read grounded in Greek mythology. Filled with muses, romance, intrigue and mystery, this thrill-of-the-hunt regency historical, evokes visions of Aphrodite and Apollo amongst the ton setting. A refreshing plot with a compelling start from page one sets the course for this delightful read with perfect-pacing and well-developed characters that follow a Greek infused theme threaded throughout the book.The compelling, aristocratic Chase women - Cal [...]


    • I can see now that the Kindle Lending Library may not be such a good thing for my pocketbook. I borrowed this book, because it seemed like it'd be an entertaining readd it was. The thing is, it's the first of a trilogy and the other two books aren't available to borrow. And I need to know what happens next, especially since the hero in the second book came off as such a creeper in the first book. I'm curious as to how the author redeems him.Butank goodness for used books! I just found all three [...]


    • I haven't argued with a book aloud in a while. The characters were alright & the premise seemed good but I was disappointed in the story structure & excessive use of the !. This story seemed like it was trying to be historical romance mystery. Out of the three it nailed historical well. The romance was odd. The characters bickered & had good chemistry but then where the two got together in the story was abrupt & felt rushed. Then the last piece was the mystery which seemed to not [...]


    • Either I was VERY inattentive, or they decided to have sex completely out of the blue without giving it any thought whatsoever for the previous 70% of the book. And believe me it felt quite the opposite for the previous 70% - they quarreled, fought. The heroine disliked the hero and for some reason she seduces him in the woods?! If author explained it with full moon or magical influence of the place and Goddesses or something it would be quite believable but alas it was like crossing everything [...]


    • This book is fairly decent. There are a few really blatant historical anachronisms, but for the most part, this is a cute story with a bit of mystery. It's well written, and the characters are engaging - neither bland nor annoying. The characters could stand to be a bit more developed, however. We get a tiny bit of backstory on our main characters, but not really enough to feel that we know them. Still, this story is good for what it is, and an enjoyable use of an afternoon.


    • #1 of 3 in The Chase Muses seriesGreat beginning to this series! I can tell the Muse girls are going to be a fun group of young ladies to follow. In this book, they are trying to stop the Lily Theif who is stealing artifacts from the homes of collectors. Ms. McCabe has a winning series filled with intrigue and humor. :)


    • I finished this a few books ago so details are foggy in my mind but I do remember enjoying the banter between the hero and heroine and found the characters to be interesting and engaging. I also like the added bonus of the mystery of the art theft, though I figured out who it was at the beginning of the book, but not the 'why' of it.Will look for other books in this series!


    • Sigh!!! I can't seem to lay my hands on a good regency romance. This one was a sad caricature of the best regency authors like Judith mac naught n georgette heyer. The hero was likeable enough but calliope chase makes u want to swat her on the head frequently n hard.


    • Enjoyed the characters and the historical details in this novel. This was my first Amanda McCabe novel and look forward to reading more of her work.



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