The Earl I Ruined - Scarlett Peckham

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By Scarlett Peckham

  • Release Date: 2018-12-11
  • Genre: Historical
Score: 4
4
From 83 Ratings

Description

She’s beautiful, rich, and reckless…

When Lady Constance Stonewell accidentally ruins the Earl of Apthorp’s entire future with her gossip column, she does what any honorable young lady must: offer her hand in marriage. Or, at the very least, stage a whirlwind fake engagement to repair his reputation. Never mind that it means spending a month with the dullest man in England. Or the fact that he disapproves of everything she holds dear.

He’s supposedly the most boring politician in the House of Lords...

Julian Haywood, the Earl of Apthorp, is on the cusp of finally proving himself to be the man he’s always wanted to be when his future is destroyed in a single afternoon. When the woman he’s secretly in love with confesses she’s at fault, it isn’t just his life that is shattered: it’s his heart.

They have a month to clear his name and convince society they are madly in love…

But when Constance discovers her faux-intended is decidedly more than meets the eye—not to mention adept at shocking forms of wickedness—she finds herself falling for him.

There’s only one problem: he can’t forgive her for breaking his heart.

Content Warning:

Fair readers, a note on content, for those who like to know. (If you prefer to be surprised, skip this part!)

This book contains the following: explicit sex; consensual kink and BDSM; masturbation with creative objects; the outing of a character’s private erotic preferences; sex work; trauma concerning past unwanted sexual advances; and one very annoying dog.

Reviews

  • Best book so far

    5
    By abm0715
    This is definitely my favorite so far. The characters were enchanting and I loved the mischief. It was fabulous and I am definitely a huge fan.
  • Incredible writing

    5
    By Red 80
    The Earl I Ruined by Scarlett Peckham Scarlett Peckham has done it again with two chars that not only find each other but also discover themselves. In The Earl I Ruined, Constance Stonewell writes a gossip column, she is spunky, rebellious without thinking of the consequences. This is an interesting plot twist, two characters who don’t know each other. Her gossip column will ruin the Earl of Apthorp Julian Haywood. It leads to a fake engagement between Constance and Julian. The book is beautifully written.
  • Okay, not great

    2
    By oo4chelle
    The first book in this series was very good! I was not impressed with this book though. It was almost as if it was written by a different author. The male lead was a good character and his story line was fairly well developed. The female lead was beyond annoying and full of herself, even if two-thirds of the way through the book we find out it is all an act. She doesn't change her ways, even though she knows she is superficial, self absorbed and annoying. The story line left me with several unanswered questions and the feeling that after a while the two main characters would realize that they really don't like each other all that much and the only thing they have in common is in the bedroom. The ending made no sense at all. It really did seem like it was written by someone else. I highly recommend the first book, but this one is a take it or leave it kind. This story does not advance the previous story in any way.
  • Enjoyed Constance and Julian

    4
    By Gallowaygirly
    Enjoyed the story of Constance and Julian because it was well written, entertaining and kept me wondering what she would fo next to top the last antic. They are two people who have secretly felt deeply for each other without letting the other one know their feelings. Instead they both were very cutting in their remarks to each other. There is s HEA but a lot happens first, including her exposing him to public ridicule, then proposing a fake engagement, her manipulation of people to see things the way she wants and their each acknowledging their true feelings. It is an entertaining story with s lot of “what next” to keep your attention. I would recommend this as s good read and definitely worth your time.