Review: A Rogue in Sheep’s Clothing by Elf Ahearn

5.0 out of 5 stars

Wonderful Read

reviewed by Michelle Parker
(an Amazon Review)

A Rogue in Sheep’s Clothing: The Albright Sisters: Book 1 

The heroine, Ellie, is smart and spunky, compassionate and determined. The story-line is well-thought and exciting. Ms. Ahearn brings the English countryside to life- a wonderful read!

 

Product DetailsIn Lord Hugh Davenport’s opinion, women of the ton perpetually hide behind a mask of deception. That’s hard for Ellie Albright, the daughter of an earl, to swallow-especially since she’s disguised herself as a stable hand to get back the prized stallion her father sold to Hugh to pay a debt. If Hugh learns her true identity she’ll lose the horse and her family will go bankrupt. Somehow, though, losing Hugh’s affection is beginning to seem even worse. Already only a step away from being snagged in her own web of lies, Ellie’s deceit threatens to spin out of control when Hugh’s mother invites Ellie and her sisters to a house party. Now Ellie has to scramble to keep Hugh from knowing she’s the stable girl he wants to marry, while simultaneously trying to win his trust as herself. Can she keep her costumes straight long enough to save her family? And even if she does, will it be worth losing his love?

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2 thoughts on “Review: A Rogue in Sheep’s Clothing by Elf Ahearn

  1. Wow! So glad Michelle liked the book, and thank you Chelle for posting her review.

  2. I was there at the beginning, Elf and loved your tenacity and humor as I watched the story grow. Success ahead to a wonderful friend and writer. Love, Charmaine

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