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Rogues London Two of London s most notorious rakehells Linus Radcliffe and Robert Anderson are the best of friends They share almost everything clothes servants their homes and even each other s be

  • Title: Rogues
  • Author: Ava March
  • ISBN: 9781426893728
  • Page: 414
  • Format: ebook
  • London, 1822Two of London s most notorious rakehells, Linus Radcliffe and Robert Anderson, are the best of friends They share almost everything clothes, servants, their homes, and even each other s bed on occasion The one thing they don t share lovers For while Linus prefers men, Robert prefers womenexcept when it comes to Linus.As another Season nears its end, RobLondon, 1822Two of London s most notorious rakehells, Linus Radcliffe and Robert Anderson, are the best of friends They share almost everything clothes, servants, their homes, and even each other s bed on occasion The one thing they don t share lovers For while Linus prefers men, Robert prefers womenexcept when it comes to Linus.As another Season nears its end, Robert can t ignore his growing jealousy He hates watching Linus disappear from balls to dally with other men Women are lovely, but Linus rouses feelings he s never felt with another Unwilling to share his gorgeous friend another night, Robert has a proposition for Linus.A proposition Linus flatly refuses but not for the reasons Robert thinks Still, Robert won t take no for an answer He sets out to prove a thing or two to his best friend yet will learn something about the heart himself.28,000 words

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    1. Written February 4, 2015 3.2 Stars - Sweet and short - Good enough !! Book #3 Rouges is the third novella in this M/M historical three part series Brook Street. Quite steamy regency historicals with new love-couples in each book. (My reviews: (view spoiler)[Thief, the first part, was charming sweet (4 stars) and I liked the second more emotional (heartbreaking at times) part, The Fortune Hunter (3.7 stars) as well.(hide spoiler)])Tender sweetAbout two very good friends —sometimes steaming hot [...]

    2. ~3.5~This is the only Ava March book I hadn't read. I crave Ava March's particular brand of sexy but sweet, romantic but dirty like an addict craves a hit.She writes Regency porn with a plot and gorgeous men, and my inner slut thanks her.Rogues is about Rob and Linus, best friends for two decades who occasionally fuck, even though Rob prefers women. But lately, Rob wants only Linus. Too bad Linus doesn't trust that he'll be enough forever.This is a short read with plenty of steam and a tentative [...]

    3. Quick review:Cover: I like it Rating:NC-17 Steaminess:HOT! Thumbs Up:5Overall: I loved it.Characters: Well writtenPlot: Compelling, you are just rooting for things to all work out.Page Turner: Yes. Series Cont.? Yes Recommend:YesBook Boyfriend: RobSUMMARY (50 words or less)Okay, after reading the first in the series, I simply gobbled it up. Love it and read straight through. I was like a cheerleader on the sideline rooting for Rob the whole way. It’s the kind of romance that you just sink into [...]

    4. “Exercising discretion is a small price to pay in the grand scheme of things.”I liked the story of Robert Anderson & Linus Radcliffe, 28, better than the previous, Fortune Hunter. Rob and Linus have been best friends for eighteen years, since their childhood. Since then they have been sharing just about everything Countless hours, filled with quiet conversations, silent tears, muffled laughter and eventually poorly stifled moans of pleasure. being each other’s first lovers.When Rob wan [...]

    5. 4.5 stars. Very good historical m/m romance about two men who've been friends since childhood and occasional lovers since their teens. Both are notorious rakehells, although one prefers men and the other women. But the whole balance of their friendship is about to change I got sniffly reading this one, too.

    6. *** 2.5 Stars *** The best part about this story was that the one dude's name was Linus (and it made me think of Charlie Brown). Sad, but true.

    7. 3.0 StarsThis was my least favorite of the series. Robert and Linnus were frustrating, especially Linnus. I understood his reservations but I felt that they could've solved a lot just by talking a bit. And, considering they were supposed life-long friends - closer than close - who had a penchant for talking things through with each other, I expected more from them. I don't mean to make it sound as if I didn't enjoy this book because I did. Did I get my HEA? Yes! So I'm content with that. I just [...]

    8. My absolute favorite of the Brook Street books! I have a soft spot for a good friends-to-lovers story. Throw in two adorably stubborn, bickering idiots and I'm even happier. Linus Radcliffe and Robert Anderson have been best friends since they were 10 years old. They were each other's first true friend, first kiss, and first lover. But after 18 years of being just friends with occasional benefits, Robert is starting to become annoyed watching Linus flit from one lover to the next. Determined to [...]

    9. 3 stars. I liked this story, but I didn't love it. An m/m historical set in the Regency, Rogues is the final book in Ava March's Brook Street trilogy. After meeting these characters earlier in the series, we see in their story how two best friends reach their HEA.The story, in brief.Rob and Linus have been best friends since childhood, and they've shared everything together - conquests, secrets, hopes, dreams, and their first timess, in that way. Rob, who has always been a ladies' man, comes to [...]

    10. I can't believe it but this story is even better than the first two in the series. The fact that Linus has loved Robert for years and has totally given up on being anything more to Robert than his best friend and occasional bed partner is so sad.Robert realizes that he cannot stand to see Linus go off with one more man for a quick liason. So he asks Linus if they can be exclusive lovers. Linus panics because he can maintain the status quo, but he is terrified that changing their relationship to [...]

    11. The final story of the Brook Street Trilogy was a nice one -- "Thief" was still my favorite among the three though. It combined friends-to-lovers and only-for-you theme. Basically depending on the misunderstanding of what each other's actually wanted out of their dalliance, I found it started to get repetitive in the middle. However, since it was the shortest among the three -- probably because Rob and Julian was already in some sort of 'friends with benefit" situation when the story started -- [...]

    12. I'm so glad I listened to a few of my fellow Goodreaders and picked up Ava March's work. Seriously good historical romance without the inconvenience of having to put up with any horribly crafted heroines. Hot historic dudes sexin' each other up. Good plots, good writing, likable characters, great dialogue, good romance. Win.

    13. Received this ARC on netgalley for review.I haven't read the other books of the trilogy, but that doesn't matter. I imagine the other characters in this book might have been familiar to me already, if I had read the first two books, but the relationship between Linus and Rob doesn't depend on seeing them in any other books, if they appeared there.It's not a madly tense book -- I had the feeling from the start that everything would turn out alright, so it was just a pleasure to watch Rob and Linu [...]

    14. Probably my least favorite of the series, which is a shame, because I was looking forward to it. I liked Linus, but Rob never clicked with me. At times, he was an arse, but I did like when he realized what he was doing, and apologized.The plot was pretty simple - it wasn't as complicated as the plots in the previous two books, no matter how hard it was forced. I felt that the conflict between Linus and Rob was made to be more than it was.So, I didn't love it, but nor did I dislike it. It was sat [...]

    15. 2.5 starsThe least favorite book of the series. Remember those adolescent stories about 'he-loves-me-he-loves-me-not' ? This book is a longer version of such story, only with British gentlemen. Not even 50% into the book, I started skipping scenes. Both characters are whinny, emo guys that are more girlie than a 13-ye old girl. The only thing that saved this book from getting lower rating from me is Ms. March's flowing writing.

    16. Fairly tedious and definitely my least favorite of the series. There's not much to this story, just some annoying push-pull between the characters regarding exclusivity. I generally find Ava March's Regency romances really enjoyable, even if they don't quite ring true to the era, but this needed more substance.

    17. Originally read on April 4, 2014.Re-read on July 2, 2015.Underwhelming, compared to the other books in the series. Not enough back-story, not enough emotions, not enough heart-ache. Just an okay read.

    18. I enjoyed this friends to lovers story very much. It was shorter than the previous books but it works since Linus and Rob are already sexually entangled. They are the best of friends who love each other very much and it was lovely to see them finally become committed to each other forever.

    19. Again- so short and so sad it's over. Why can't there be an epilogue? Or another book? So much history between Ron and Linus, I just want to know more.I SHIP THEM TO THE END. EVEN A LITTLE MORE THAN BEN AND CAVIN (did I just write that?).So short but so many feels.♡♡♡ROB+LINUS♡♡♡

    20. Rogues is the third book in the Brook Street series, and is technically considered a novella, coming in at 82 pages. As far as I know, it’s only going to be available in ebook form, through Carina Press, when it’s released in May.Before we continue, I feel you should know something about me. I have a weakness for M/M stories. I try not to overindulge because it’s something of a ‘guilty pleasure’ for me to read them, but without the guilt, especially when you learn what kind of fanficti [...]

    21. Robert Anderson is jealous. His best friend since childhood, Linus Radcliffe, is flirting with another man. It's a common sight in the ballrooms of London's ton, but one that's become harder and harder for Rob to take. Unlike his friend, Rob generally prefers women in bed--with the very big exception of Linus. After a jealousy-fueled night of passion, he decides to take matters in hand, and proposes they become exclusive. To his surprise and dismay, Linus refuses, and walks out of his bedroom wi [...]

    22. Reviewed for Evie at Evie-KnightReview copy courtesy of the publisher at RTCon 2013If I'm remembering correctly, I think this is my first male/male romance. Of course, I've chosen a m/m romance set in the Regency era! LOL! Regency? Victorian? Whatever 1822 is! I didn't think I'd really enjoy this but I was pleasantly surprised. This was a really great read and it was SUPER hot! Just so you know, I did NOT read Brook Street #1 and #2 so I'm coming in to this book with absolutely no idea what to e [...]

    23. Full review can be seen at Seductive Musings.3.5/5If you have been following my reviews you already know that I love the Brook Street Trilogy. It’s my favorite new series of the year and I highly recommend them. Rogue is the final book in the series and I’m a little depressed by that. I’m not ready to say goodbye yet.Rogue is the story of Linus and Rob. They have been best friends for 18 years and have been lovers for a decade. They don’t have the sweet, romantic relationship the other c [...]

    24. Reviewed for Hearts On Fire ReviewsI will say this installment was my favorite of the trilogy, mainly because of Linus. And I think I need to mention that the cover is just smokin’. Back to the story, while Robert is a dedicated woman chaser and Linus is a dedicated man chaser, they do share a bed on occasion. This is a sex thing for Robert, and it’s a love thing for Linus. He had hopes for a long time (and oh just sad for him) but he has put those behind him and is willing to be with Robert [...]

    25. Review originally posted at Ramblings From This ChickLinus and Robert have been the best of friends for most of their lives and they share everything, including each others beds. Though no one knows and it isn't an everyday occurrence. Normally Robert prefers to bed woman and Linus prefers other men and they never share partners. Lately Robert has been feeling restless and the more he watches Linus disappear at a ball with another man for an assassination, he finds himself growing more and more [...]

    26. Posted on Under the CoversROGUES is the third book in the Brook Street series by Ava March. This is Robert Anderson and Linus Radcliffe’s book. Both are rogues, but their preferences in bedmates vary. While Linus prefers the company of men, Robert spends his nights with women. However, there is something special about Linus that makes Robert spend the occasional night in Linus’s bed. Their chemistry is potent and undeniable however when Robert proposes that they become exclusive lovers, Linu [...]

    27. A fitting conclusion to the romantic Brook Street trilogy. Linus and Robert are love them and leave them types. Linus is focused on male hook ups. For Robert, a woman lasting more than a week is a long term relationship. Robert sleeps with all sorts of women, except when it comes to his friend, Linus.The meaningless sex makes sense once it's revealed that Linus and Robert want each other. The fears they each have hold them back from talking to each other about it. When Robert makes the first mov [...]

    28. 2 ½ stars. Wasn’t doing it for me. Not enough story. I kept wanting and waiting for something to happen.The backstory:Robert and Linus have had occasional sex with each other for years - since they were teens. They also have frequent sex with others: Linus with men, Robert with women. Robert is never with the same woman for more than a week or so.The current story:Robert wants an exclusive relationship with Linus - both of them to stop seeing others. Linus wants the same thing but believes Ro [...]

    29. I cannot believe I am about to say this, but I think the Bound Series may have met its match with this novel. I loved Linus' and Robert's relationship. It was perfect! They have been best friends for nearly 2 decades and share everything. Robert finally realises he is in love with Linus but Linus refuses to be with him because he doesn't want to lose Robert - he is the only person who has ever been there for Linus. I admit, I was quite shocked but pleased to discover this sensative side of Linus [...]

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