Thursday, August 20, 2015

**** Review & Giveaway For UNDERCOVER WITH THE EARL Brotherhood of the Sword 1 Robyn DeHart ***

Brotherhood of the Sword #1
Robyn DeHart
Releasing Aug 10th, 2015
Entangled: Scandalous

I do not know how I missed these books by Robyn DeHart.
 If it had not been mentioned to me I would have truly missed 
out on a great read. I love historical Romance, and she writes
 one heck of a book. Needles to say I will be seeking out other
 books by her, while I wait for book two to come out in this
 series. This story was not only engaging it was a utterly 
beautiful love story. You know there is a saying. "Happiness 
can be found, even in the darkest of times, if one only 
remembers to turn on the light" This book shows that no 
mater the situation Love will find you in the most unlikely of 
places. I love how a simple country girl could pose as the 
Queen and no one figure it out. And how even though they 
start out hating each other, they finally find their way to each
 other. This was truly a wonderful read, well worth the read. 
I hope you enjoy this book as much as I did. If you do like this 
book, please consider leaving a review. The Authors really 
like it when you do, they value your opinions too.


The handsome Earl of Summersby may just be the most 
eligible bachelor in London, but has no interest in a wife. As
 a member of the Brotherhood, Bennett Haile is far more vested 
in his undercover duties for the crown and protecting the 
Queen from would-be assassins. For now he has the perfect 
tool with which to lure out the villains—a young woman with 
an uncanny likeness to the queen.

The spirited Evelyn Marington is about to live out every 
country girl's dream—becoming royalty overnight. Under the 
tutelage of the arrogant Earl of Summersby, she'll have to 
fool the entire court that she is, in fact, the queen. But as 
danger threatens from every side, Bennett realizes that his 
lovely little protegé isn't just placing her life in his hands... 
She's stealing his heart.

“Stand and walk to the other side of the room,” he said.
“I beg your pardon?”

“I must evaluate how you walk.”

She gaped at him. “How I walk?”

“Do try and keep up, Miss Marrington. People will be watching.”
“Is there something wrong with how I walk?”

“Your walk is ...” No. In truth, she walked with an unconscious
grace and agility he found charming. There was nothing
studied about her movements, nothing calculated. She
managed to be both completely natural and totally
bewitching, which was entirely beside the point.
“Your walk is unstudied.”

“Are you staying I'm clumsy?” Her gaze sparked with
indignation, but perhaps a flash of pain as well. “I am well
aware that I lack the grace and cultivation of my older sisters,
but I assure you I am not some clumsy oaf who can't be
trusted to walk into a room.”

He drew in a deep breath, praying for patience. This was why
he wasn't yet married. This was why he was absolutely the
wrong man for this job.

“Your mannerisms must match hers,” he said tightly.

She closed her eyes and took several deep breaths before
standing, then walked across the room. It was not a clumsy
or awkward gait, but not regal either.

“No.” He shook his head.
“Try it again but slower, yet with more purpose.”

She crossed her arms over her ample bosom.
“This is ridiculous.”

He allowed his gaze to linger on her tempting curves before
stepping over to her. “Miss Marrington, do you want to do this
assignment or not?”

Her mouth opened, then she paused and
her brows slanted down in anger.
“My Lord, I realize that you are an Earl and of
relation to our Queen and our Society deems you more
important than I. Perhaps they are even correct; however, it
would seem to me that you,” she jabbed a finger into his
chest, “need me more than I need you for this assignment.
Thus far you have insulted my family, the way I walk and my
hair. You are arrogant and rude and sorely lacking in
manners.” Her hands fisted on her hips accenting their roundedness.
How was it that this little slip of a woman shoed no fear of
him? He’d frightened women merely by walking into their
drawing room. And here, he was being a bully—and for good
reason—to Evelyn Marrington, but she was quite obviously
not afraid of him. He couldn’t help but find that both
infuriating and alluring.

“You have obviously decided that I do not possess the
intelligence nor grace to succeed in this charade. I will not
stand for this sort of treatment. I should like a carriage to
bring me home on the morrow. Good day, Lord Somersby.”
She turned and marched from the room.

He watched her go in complete disbelief. No one had ever
spoken to him in such a way. Arrogant and rude! She was the
only lacking in manners. This entire assignment echoed with
idiocy. Ellis had claimed his cousin amiable and clever,
neither of which Bennett had seen. All he had witnessed was
her sharp tongue.

Damned if he didn’t find her sass alluring as hell. All the more
reason to send her back home and tell Potterfield she
refused to participate. Bennett couldn’t be blamed for this
failure if she was the one who walked away. This would work
out perfectly. He’d get to continue with the Brotherhood and
not be distracted by the ridiculously attractive and fiery-
tongued Miss Marrington. It would almost be worth
completing the assignment just to see if she was as
passionate in other areas. Almost.

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~*~*~ Robyn DeHart ~*~*~

National Bestselling author, Robyn DeHart's novels have 
appeared in the top bestselling romance and historical 
romance lists. Her books have been translated into nearly 
a dozen languages. Her historical romantic adventure series,
 The Legend Hunters, were not only bestsellers, but
also award-winners, snagging a Reader's Crown and a 
Reviewer's Choice award. She had three releases in 2013 
and 2014 will see four more, all set in the popular historical 
romance Regency and Victorian eras. Known for her "strong 
dialogue and characters that leap off the page" (RT 
Bookclub) and her "sizzling romance" (Publishers Weekly), 
her books have been featured in USA Today and the Chicago 
Tribune. A popular writing instructor, she has given speeches 
at writing conferences in Los Angeles, DC, New York, Dallas, 
Nashville and Toronto, among many others.
When not writing, you can find Robyn hanging out with her 
family, husband (The Professor) a university professor of 
Political Science and their two ridiculously beautiful and 
smart daughters, Busybee and Babybee as well as two 
spoiled-rotten cats. They live in the hill country of Texas 
where it's hot eight months of the year, but those big blue 
skies make it  worth it. 

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  1. Thank you so much for hosting UNDERCOVER WITH THE EARL