Review: A Rogue by Any Other Name, by Sarah MacLean


I seriously love historical romance. I love the social rules, the beautiful gowns, the often emotionally repressed dudes. Sarah MacLean’s A Rogue by Any Other Name is one of my favorite historical romances. The hero and heroine were good friends as children, which is one of my favorite, favorite things in a romance (and which you’ll get to see in Fierce Lover when it’s released next month). There are misunderstandings, and a super broody, angsty hero who is nonetheless absolutely lovable. And soooo sexy. I ended up reading every book in this series, but I think this one might have been my favorite. Or maybe it’s tied with Book 2, One Good Earl Deserves a Lover. Then again, there were some laugh-out-loud moments in Books 3 and 4…ah, I can’t decide. If you’ve read these, let me know what your favorite was, and maybe I’ll go back and read it again!

I’m still living out of my Chevy and the occasional cheap motel, wondering where I’m going to end up. I think I’ll blaze through Idaho and never look back to Montana.

Until next time,


[A form of this review first appeared here. This blog, and the character Nina Vidal, are the creations of romance author Liza Street. Nina’s full story is coming soon in the novella Savage Heartache, due to be released in May 2017.]


3 thoughts on “Review: A Rogue by Any Other Name, by Sarah MacLean

  1. I love Sarah Maclean! My favorite of hers is Nine rules to break while romancing a rake…I’ve read the book you just reviewed as well. ❤


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