Dearest Rogue (Maiden Lane) - Elizabeth Hoyt

Arc provided by Forever ( Grand Central Publishing) through Netgalley

Release Date: May 26

An engaging story with likeable characters but with one too many kidnapping scenes.

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Okay, there were three scenes. -_-

What I enjoyed more about this story was basically the characters: Phoebe and James make a really sweet couple ( I guess people who have been following this series, know this already...), and I thought that their relationship with their families was well done.

The guy isn't overbearing _much _ and he does take into account Phoebe's needs. Which makes him a decent and sweet human being.
Like Phoebe he also has a physical disability although of a very different nature: She is blind and he has a problem with one of his legs.
Neither of them dwell into fits of self pity: they make the best they can with what they've got.

It had been a while since I'd read a Maiden Lane novel _basically I read the first three books when they first were released _ so I had a lot of characters names thrown at me, but it "was bearable" and it definitely left me in the mood to read more books of this series.