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In Debt to the Earl If you wish I can take you out of all this In his uest for revenge against a disreputable card sharp James Earl of Cambourne discovers the man's innocent daughter While her surroundings are impoverished her dignity and refinement are unmistakable and James faces an unsettling uestion—what will be her fate if he brings her father to justice Although yearning for love and comfort Lucy resists the earl's surprising offer of protection That is until a price is made on her virginity and James is the only man who can save her

About the Author: Elizabeth Rolls

We live in the Adelaide Hills of South Australia in a beautiful lush valley full of apple pear and cherry orchards We moved here a couple of years back escaping from the city and it’s just gorgeous The property is small only five acres but we have room for two small noisy boys three dogs two cats and several woolly things masuerading a environmentally friendly lawnmowers Before that we

10 thoughts on “In Debt to the Earl

  1. says:

    Really a good romance Loved the H and the h She was strong and so was he The story was your typical Lord falling in love with a lower class woman but this was so much really Fitch her young friend was one of my favorite characters and I loved every scene he was in The scene at the end with Lord Cambourn and him in the

  2. says:

    35 StarsElizabeth Rolls is an author whose books I’ve enjoyed in the past and In Debt to the Earl was no exception although there were some aspects of it that didn’t uite work for me The story is engaging and well told although the characterisation is a little weak; and while the author certainly addresses some interesting t

  3. says:

    Originally posted HEREWhat a terrible cover – what’s with that man?I don’t understand the average Goodreads reviewer I nearly didn’t read this one because of the not so good reviews I should know by now that is an indication of a good book for meOh I enjoyed this one – enough to order myself a paper copy before I even finished

  4. says:

    Based upon revenge In Debt to the Earl by Elizabeth Rolls begins with a Captain Hensleigh losing an insane amount of money in a card game to James Remington the Earl of Cambourne When James attempts to collect on Hensleigh's debt he is met with a willful young lady who he assumes is Hensleigh's mistress When the earl discovers that the young lad

  5. says:

    Harleuin Historical is not my genre of choice Has not been in many years The reason I stopped reading this particularly series is that there was no growth or interest for me After reading In Debt to the Earl by Elizabeth Rolls I just might take another look James has an agenda To make his enemy pay by any means necessary Lucy has a goal to survive the lif

  6. says:

    Roll on Xmas Day settled in after a snack of leftovers and under the Air Conditioner on a 40C day to read the first book in this series the 'Lords at the Altar'I so enjoy Elizabeth's stories as she has a talent of humour children and animals that build up her and at to each book James was approached by his nephew after the nephew had been nearly beaten to death by

  7. says:

    I read the second book in the series first and really liked it However I was a little disappointed in this story Though well written I didn’t like the hero's character much I thought Lucy and Fitch were much honourable than all the lords and villains around them It did depict the attitude of society towards women and the poor really well I didn’t find it romantic that

  8. says:

    I was a bit suicked by the starting premise of Lucy falling in love with this man she was so deeply indebted to but then I was very pleased by how thoroughly the book engages with those uestions of dubious consent I love that Fitch and Lucy are called brother and sister multiple times through the book because they really did become siblings through their shared experience and loyal

  9. says:

    Rescuing the maiden Her father is a disreputable card sharp James Earl of Cambourne is hunting him  When he finds Lucy he can't help himself from wanting to rescue her  This complicates both of their lives Eventually her father's cronies lead her into danger It's interesting and exciting and I enjoyed the read

  10. says:

    A very satisfying Regency with many of the elements one seeks in these stories Visits to Vauxhall a society prizing manners over morality Captain Sharps and gambling dens and women who have to make tough life choices in a world dominated by men Elizabeth Rolls is writing the kind of Regency romance we don't see often enough these days

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