Undeniable Rogue by Annette Blair

Undeniable Rogue

By Annette Blair

  • Release Date: 2012-04-10
  • Genre: Historical
Score: 4.5
From 1,440 Ratings
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UNDENIABLE ROGUE, The Rogues Club, One of Four

Widowed, penniless Sabrina Whitcomb isn't looking for romance. What she needs is a husband, and she knows well enough that romance and matrimony aren't always compatible. While providing for her twins and the child she now carries is paramount, wedding a virtual stranger—even a wealthy one, like Gideon St. Goddard, Duke of Stanthorpe—is no light matter. Sabrina knows the friend who arranged the union would not promise her to a true scoundrel, but one look at her future husband convinces her that he is a shameless rogue. A shockingly handsome and desirable one, at that. Why did he agree to marry her? When Gideon flashes his wicked, seductive smile, the reason hardly matters, but the chance that he'll steal her heart becomes all too real . . . 

UNFORGETTABLE ROGUE, The Rogues Club, Two or Four

Beauty and the beast trade places. After being reported dead, handsome as sin Bryceson Wakefield, Duke of Hawksworth, returns home scarred and beaten by way, only to find his hoyden of a wife blossomed into a beauty and set to wed another. Can Beauty seduce her unforgettable Beast? Will the beast ever learn to consider himself worthy?

Review Quotes for UNDENIABLE ROGUE:

"Awesome! To call this story incredible would be an understatement.” Detra Fitch, Huntress Reviews 

"A love story that is pure joy. The Duke takes a Duchess and gets so much more. Delightful story, enchanting characters steal your heart, fast pace, great storytelling." RT 

"An utterly charming and heartwarming marriage of convenience story. Gideon is a wonderful all-around hero—as a father in training . . . and most definitely in the marriage bed." Romance Reviews Today 

"I very much look forward to the next story in the Rogues Club series. I loved this book from beginning to end and highly recommend it." A Romance Review

"Annette Blair skillfully pens an exhilarating, humorous, and easy to read historical romance. A fabulous tale." Road to Romance 

"Regency fans will want to add The Rogues to their collections." The Romance Readers Connection 

"A feel-good read that shines with warmth, wit and passion. Ms. Blair is off to a winning start in her Rogues Club series." Heartstrings 

Awards for Undeniable Rogue:

A Laurel Wreath Award Winner 
A Romantic Times Reviewers' Choice Award Nominee
A Holt Medallion Award Finalist
A Barclay Gold Top Ten Favorite
An Aspen Gold Finalist
A Winter Rose Winner
The Lories Best Historical Winner, Best Overall
A Romance Review Top Ten Pick Review 
A Blether Silver Award


  • Terrible heroine portrayal

    By femmfatal
    I am sick and tired of reading books where the heroine has absolutely no common sense. The idea that a woman could be strong enough to be vulnerable with her husband was completely thrown out the window. Instead she hides several major details about her past from him, leaving him to find out huge pieces of her life on his own. She constantly talks in circles. This book was frustrating to read to say the least.
  • Romance and redemption

    By Yaya8603
    This story has so many layers it is easy to get caught up in it and want to read it again and want to read it again and again. There is mystery and suspense, love and humor, friendship and steam. The regency genre is benefitted with this book.

    By Boring ole book
    Read and read and read. Thinking something great was going to happen. Nope, same ole same ole. Very disappointed.
  • Undeniable Rogue

    By Rom1956
    I enjoyed this story immensely. Although not as fortunate as your Sabrina in finding another who loved regardless, I identified with her fear & hope. I enjoyed the humor & the vanquishing of those who tried to harm the family. I didn't understand why Hawksworth watched the house & thought of revenge on Gideon or Sabrina. Neither were responsible for his injuries. It didn't appear that he was guarding the family until the boys were kidnapped. I definitely would like to read his story though. Thanks for writing a totally satisfying book.
  • Lovely

    By Bi dina
    Nice contrast, keeping the evil ones pretty much in the shadow.
  • I want to give a zero star rating

    By sandifro
    This is so disjointed and poorly written. I had to continually reread to attempt to figure out what was going on. Whoever gave this a 5 star rating can not have read a well written book before. Otherwise, they would know the difference between a 5 star and a zero star book. And the writers that wrote all the praise for this book in the opening pages? Really??? You must have received something in return for those incredible lies.
  • Rogue

    By Charleebd
    Oh such a wonderful book. Enjoyed it a lot and simply could not put it down. The characters are lovable! Plot takes you from one emotion to the other making you wonder what will happen next.
  • Half way through

    By Hdofjrheor
    I love romance novels . But this author has a very weird style of writing . Grammar is just off ...
  • Undeniable Rogue

    By SuzannaBags20014
    What a great little story. This is the first book I have read from this author and she did not let me down. Great job.
  • Inconsistent

    By Valleygirl1987
    The first half of the book was wonderful. It was romantic, witty, exciting, things you look for in a romance novel. The second half was a total turn around for me. It was more than just UNexciting and boring, it was sad and we'll, UNromantic. In fact I went from loving the characters to despising them. Weird but true. It could have been written by two totally different authors. Probably won't be reading the others in the series although I originally thought I would.