26 February 2021

The Rakehell of Roth | Book Review + Giveaway


As owner of the most scandalous club in London, the last thing the notorious Marquess of Roth wants is a wife. Keeping up his false reputation as a rake brings in the clients with the deepest pocketsmoney he needs to fund a noble cause. Even though everything inside tells him not to leave his beautiful, innocent wife behind at his country estate… he must.

But three years later, tired of her scoundrel of a husband headlining the gossip rags, Lady Isobel Vance decides enough is enough. She is no longer a fragile kitten, but as the anonymous author of a women’s sexual advice column, she’s now a roaring tigress… and she can use her claws.

Isobel decides to go to him in London, channeling her powers of seduction to make him beg to take her back. But she didn’t expect her marauding marquess to be equally hard to resist. Now the game is on to see who will give in to the other first, with both sides determined like hell to win.

Publisher: Entangled: Amara
Release Date: February 9, 2021



The Marquess of Roth married her and left her behind three years ago. Now, Lady Isobel Vance decides that something needs to change, so she heads to London to seduce her husband—only matters of the heart rarely change without complications.

As the romance develops between Isobel and her marquess, I could not help enjoying the story. Amalie Howard’s The Rakehell of Roth is absolutely delightful, full of entertaining circumstances, character growth, and swoonworthy chemistry. For fans of historical romance, this book will not disappoint.

I received a complimentary copy of this book and the opportunity to provide an honest review. I was not required to write a positive review, and all the opinions I have expressed are my own.


Amalie Howard is the author of the Publishers Weekly bestseller, The Beast of Beswick, “a smart, sexy, deliciously feminist romance.” She is the co-author of the #1 bestsellers in regency romance and Scottish historical romance, My Rogue, My Ruin and What A Scot Wants, and has also penned several young adult novels, critically acclaimed by Kirkus, Publishers Weekly, VOYA, School Library Journal, and Booklist, including Waterfell, The Almost Girl, and Alpha Goddess, a Kid’s INDIE NEXT selection. Of Indo-Caribbean descent and a woman of color, she has written articles on multicultural fiction for The Portland Book Review and Ravishly magazine. She currently resides in Colorado with her husband and three children.

1 comment:

  1. This sounds like such a great weekend read! Thank you for being on this tour. Sara @ TLC Book Tours