The Rogue of Fifth Avenue by Joanna Shupe

The Rogue of Fifth Avenue by Joanna Shupe
Publisher: Avon Books
Genre: Historical
Length: Full Length (379 pgs)
Heat Level: Sensual
Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed by Nymphaea

Silver-tongued lawyer.
Keeper of secrets.
Breaker of hearts.

He can solve any problem…

In serving the wealthy power brokers of New York society, Frank Tripp has finally gained the respectability and security his own upbringing lacked. There’s no issue he cannot fix…except for one: the beautiful and reckless daughter of an important client who doesn’t seem to understand the word danger.
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She’s not looking for a hero…

Excitement lay just below Forty-Second Street and Mamie Greene is determined to explore all of it—while playing a modern-day Robin Hood along the way. What she doesn’t need is her father’s lawyer dogging her every step and threatening her efforts to help struggling families in the tenements.

However, she doesn’t count on Frank’s persistence…or the sparks that fly between them. When fate upends all her plans, Mamie must decide if she’s willing to risk it all on a rogue…

They’re not a match made in heaven and that’s a good thing.

I’ve never read a book by Joanna Shupe and I’m glad I’ve rectified that. This book… I devoured it in a couple hours. Once I picked it up, I couldn’t put it down. I felt like I was there in their world and like I knew the characters.

Mamie’s heart is in the right place. She wants to help. I liked her sense of adventure and her desire to help the less fortunate. I also liked how her position in society and her being a woman was both a deterrent and a spur for her. I loved her pluck.

Then there’s Frank. He’s a problem solver. I liked that, but I also liked that while he was trying to fix Mamie, he wasn’t. Does that make sense? His heart is in the right place and it’s fixed on Mamie. I loved when they got together. They aggravate each other, but it’s all good.

Are you looking for a story that’s sweet, has a little sauce and will keep you in your seat for the duration? Then this might be the one for you.

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