Thursday, September 17, 2020

Blog Tour: Review of When the Earl Met His Match by Stacy Reid

Today we have the blog tour for Stacy Reid’s WHEN THE EARL MET HIS MATCH! Check it out and be sure to get your copy today!

Author: Stacy Reid
Genre: Regency Romance 

About When The Earl Met His Match:

 When Hugh Winthrop, the future Earl of Albury, decides to advertise for a wife in the London paper, he never expected an anonymous response from a woman who matches him wit for wit. Their back-and-forth letters on the true nature of love, something they disagree on wholeheartedly, leave him shocked—and intrigued. But then the woman he’s been corresponding with shows up on his doorstep, enticingly beautiful and offering a marriage of convenience in exchange for his protection…

Lady Phoebe Maitland expected to marry for love and nothing else, until the man she gave her trust betrayed her. The more intrigued she becomes by the mysterious and devastatingly handsome Hugh, however, the more she realizes he’s holding back from opening his heart due to long-held secrets she struggles to understand. As passion flares wickedly between them, their marriage bed is quick to heat up. But when Phoebe’s past threatens to destroy the fragile bond they’ve formed, even a budding belief in love might not be enough to save them.

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 My thoughts:

When the Earl Met His Match is the fourth book in the Wedded by Scandal series.  I have not read any of the other books in the series, but this held up well as a stand alone book.  This is Hugh and Phoebe’s story.  For the most part, I enjoyed the book.  I was quickly drawn into their story with the help of the letters that they sent to one another before meeting. They were really fun and I would have liked to see more of that.  I felt like the book kind of slowed down at about the halfway point.    I thought the “I won’t ever love you” thing went on a bit too long.  Having one of the main characters be mute was interesting.  I liked the use of sign language and how Phoebe was invested in learning it so that she could understand Hugh better.  Despite the pacing, I would still recommend giving it a try.


About the Author:

USA Today Bestselling author Stacy Reid writes sensual Historical and Paranormal Romances and is the published author of over twenty books. Her debut novella The Duke’s Shotgun Wedding was a 2015 HOLT Award of Merit recipient in the Romance Novella category, and her bestselling Wedded by Scandal series is recommended as Top picks at Night Owl Reviews, Fresh Fiction Reviews, and The Romance Reviews. 

Stacy lives a lot in the worlds she creates and actively speaks to her characters (aloud). She has a warrior way “Never give up on dreams!” When she’s not writing, Stacy spends a copious amount of time binge-watching series like The Walking Dead, Altered Carbon, Rise of the Phoenixes, Ten Miles of Peach Blossom, Love and Redemption, and playing video games with her love. She also has a weakness for ice cream and will have it as her main course.

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