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  • Paperback
  • 317 pages
  • Lord Grays List (The London List, #1)
  • Maggie Robinson
  • English
  • 01 June 2017
  • 0758269099

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10 thoughts on “Lord Grays List (The London List, #1)

  1. says:

    1.5 star Beauty is in the eye of the beholder I believe in that very much But I struggled here to see beauty of any kind in Evangeline, the prickly heroine To be blunt, she s a complete bitch And for no other reason except her morally superior belief that she s suffered some imaginary horror and needs to take it out on everyone else men in particular This did absolutely nothing for me A man slut hero who bends over backwards to get the heroine s approval endlessly and reform his rakish wa 1.5 star Beauty is in the eye of the beholder I believe in that very much But I struggled here to see beauty of any kind in Evangeline, the prickly heroine To be blunt, she s a complete bitch And for no other reason except her morally superior belief that she s suffered some imaginary horror and needs to take it out on everyone else men in particular This did absolutely nothing for me A man slut hero who bends over backwards to get the heroine s approval endlessly and reform his rakish ways while she turns her nose up in the air continuously The whole time I m wondering what an Adonis sex crazed intimidating creature like Ben sees in a rail thin, big nosed, hairy chinned, shrewish plain spinster masquerading as a man who does nothing but ridicule and snarl at him every chance she gets That s an ol bucket full of horse pucky if I ever saw it Really didn t see what ...

  2. says:

    Lord Benton Gray has had it with the weekly gossip rag, The London List He is always the front page fodder and everyone, including his own mother, eagerly awaits each new issue Deciding to end this once and for all, he goes and confronts the owner, a Mr Ramsey But who should this Mr Ramsey turn out to be but the one woman he proposed to years agoEvangeline Ramsey Evie is running the paper to help pay her ailing fathers medical bills and dressing as a man has proved to be most advantageo Lord Benton Gray has had it with the weekly gossip rag, The London List He is always the front page fodder and everyone, including his own mother, eagerly awaits each new issue Deciding to end this once and for all, he goes and confronts the owner, a Mr Ramsey But who should this Mr Ramsey turn out to be but the one woman he proposed to years agoEvangeline Ramsey Evie is running the paper to help pay her ailing fathers medical bills and dressing as a man has proved to be most advantageous as people arewilling to speak to a man over a woman and take her seriously Seeing the man she made a foolish mistake with and ruined her futur...

  3. says:

    Lord Gray s List rating 4 out of 5 starsRelease date October 30, 2012 Lord Gray s List is the first in Robinson s new series The London List but can be read as a stand alone novel How are the sex scenes Very, very good Descriptive and imaginative but not over the top How are the story lines Enjoyable They read very detailed and historical but keep you interested despite the big words this was my first historical.Would you read it again Yes I liked the hero and want to revisit him.Back o Lord Gray s List rating 4 out of 5 starsRelease date October 30, 2012 Lord Gray s List is the first in Robinson s new series The London List but can be read as a stand alone novel How are the sex scenes Very, very good Descriptive and i...

  4. says:

    Lord Gray, or Ben to his friends is sick of being quoted on London s popular newspaper, The London List every Tuesday Each week the antics of Lord G are printed for all to read From the women he beds to the clubs he visits Yes he is a rake and he likes women, but he doesn t need everyone to know everything about him and he is determined to put a stop to it But then he discovers the Mr Ramsey in charge of the paper is actually Evangeline Ramsey, better known as Evie dressed as a man and Lord Gray, or Ben to his friends is sick of being quoted on London s popular newspaper, The London List every Tuesday Each week the antics of Lord G are printed for all to read From the women he beds to the clubs he visits Yes he is a rake and he likes women, but he doesn t need everyone to know everything about him and he is determined to put a stop to it But then he discovers the Mr Ramsey in charge of the paper is actually Evangeline Ramsey, better known as Evie dressed as a man and fooling everyone.Evie s father won the London List in a card game and is now ailing and can t care for himself She finds it much easier to conduct business as a man and has shorn off her long locks and now wears men s clothing The money brought in helps her and her father off tremendously, but The London List isthan just a gossip column She also sells advertising space for people to anonymously look for a significant other or employment Evie takes th...

  5. says:

    Reviewed by Sarah LBook provided by publisherReview originally posted at Romancing the BookLord Gray s List is the first book in Maggie Robinson s latest series The London List While certainly not unique, the plot sounded very intriguing with the heroine Evie Ramsey masquerading as a man and disparaging the reputation of her former beau Lord Gray by publishing his transgressions each week...

  6. says:

    This was an enjoyable read, but it was only pretending to be a historical romance The vocabulary and attitudes of the characters are quite contemporary Evie is a tabloid journalist social justice crusader She actually uses the term social justice to describe her actions Significant portions of the book are dedicated to her rescuing people from the evils of the time She rescues two different women from abusive situations One way Ben signals that he has reformed from his previously dissipa This was an enjoyable read, but it was only pretending to be a historical romance The vocabulary and attitudes of the characters are quite contemporary Evie is a tabloid journalist social justice crusader She actually uses the term social justice to describe her actions Significant portions of the book are dedicated to her rescuing people from the evils of the time She rescues two different women from abusive situations One way Ben signals that he has reformed from his previously dissipated lifestyle is by rescuing a women from her abusive husband This rescue takes up several chap...

  7. says:

    2.5 starsBenton Ben and Evangeline Evie England, Unspecified time period but references to Regency period I was rather disappointed in this book I never felt engaged with the characters or the story Benton was just too much of a dissolute rake to get behind and there really wasn t enough to go on with Evie to understand or like her There was a lot of sex but it was dull and uninspiring I also felt the story was lacking and somewhat unbelievable It seemed strange that the author pick 2.5 starsBenton Ben and Evangeline Evie England, Unspecified time period but references to Regency period I was rather disappointed in this book I never felt engaged with the characters or the story Benton was just too much of a dissolute rake to get behind and there really wasn t enough to go on with Evie to understand or like her There was a lot of sex but it was dull and uninspiring I also felt the story was lacking and somewhat unbelievable It seemed strange that the author picked the Regency period to set this in as it might have beenbelievable to have Evie running a newspaper in the late Victorian or Edwardian period I also have a pet peeve and hate when authors put too much time in these second chance love stories A decade between their first affair and their second me...

  8. says:

    A Regency story quite a bit of story with a contemporary slant The sex scenes are sensual with words like penis used with manhood and the f word used several times This is not a critique but an observation.The heroine is a contemporary thinker, she dresses like a man and runs a newspaper She has good reasons why she doesn t trust men easily The story is well paced The dialogue is contemporary The hero is a sco...

  9. says:

    I don t know I wasn t super impressed by this one lord benton gray is moderately likeable, but I didn t care for eve for most of the book they start out immediately sleeping with each other, even though they hold the other in extreme dislike benton uses sex as a weapon with eve, who is pretty much a b tch she petty, spiteful, and mean she hates benton because he appears to be a rake and so decides to use him and his exploits to sell paper...

  10. says:

    I kept hoping the book would get betterinto the story but it didn t The supplemental characters were not developed and I didn t like the hero and heroine and the plot was lacking I would definitely not recommend anyone reading this book.

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