Sometimes a Rogue

Sometimes a Rogue
Monday, August 26, Anne Gracie interviews fellow Wench, Mary Jo Putney, regarding Sometimes a Rogue (book #5 in the Lost Lords series). This book is garnering wonderful reviews from all the top reviewers. Do you enjoy road trips and adventure? If so, then this book is for you! Join us on Monday as Mary Jo introduces her rogue to us!

25 thoughts on “Sometimes a Rogue”

  1. I adore road trip stories! And the wenches have written some of my favorite ones, including “My Lady Notorious”, and “Angel Rogue”. I can’t wait for this book!

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  2. I adore road trip stories! And the wenches have written some of my favorite ones, including “My Lady Notorious”, and “Angel Rogue”. I can’t wait for this book!

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  3. I adore road trip stories! And the wenches have written some of my favorite ones, including “My Lady Notorious”, and “Angel Rogue”. I can’t wait for this book!

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  4. I adore road trip stories! And the wenches have written some of my favorite ones, including “My Lady Notorious”, and “Angel Rogue”. I can’t wait for this book!

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  5. I adore road trip stories! And the wenches have written some of my favorite ones, including “My Lady Notorious”, and “Angel Rogue”. I can’t wait for this book!

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  6. I think the appeal of “road” stories is in the possibilities for behavior and events that are a bit removed from everyday life–a chance to let go and be more daring and freer. Characters are usually forced to relax and be more flexible in order to face the ongoing challenges of the adventure, don’t you think?

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  7. I think the appeal of “road” stories is in the possibilities for behavior and events that are a bit removed from everyday life–a chance to let go and be more daring and freer. Characters are usually forced to relax and be more flexible in order to face the ongoing challenges of the adventure, don’t you think?

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  8. I think the appeal of “road” stories is in the possibilities for behavior and events that are a bit removed from everyday life–a chance to let go and be more daring and freer. Characters are usually forced to relax and be more flexible in order to face the ongoing challenges of the adventure, don’t you think?

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  9. I think the appeal of “road” stories is in the possibilities for behavior and events that are a bit removed from everyday life–a chance to let go and be more daring and freer. Characters are usually forced to relax and be more flexible in order to face the ongoing challenges of the adventure, don’t you think?

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  10. I think the appeal of “road” stories is in the possibilities for behavior and events that are a bit removed from everyday life–a chance to let go and be more daring and freer. Characters are usually forced to relax and be more flexible in order to face the ongoing challenges of the adventure, don’t you think?

    Reply

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