Brazen and the Beast (The Bareknuckle Bastards, #2)



The Lady S PlanWhen Lady Henrietta Sedley Declares Her Twenty Ninth Year Her Own, She Has Plans To Inherit Her Father S Business, To Make Her Own Fortune, And To Live Her Own Life But First, She Intends To Experience A Taste Of The Pleasure She Ll Forgo As A Confirmed Spinster Everything Is Going Perfectly Until She Discovers The Most Beautiful Man She S Ever Seen Tied Up In Her Carriage And Threatening To Ruin The Year Of Hattie Before It S Even Begun.The Bastard S ProposalWhen He Wakes In A Carriage At Hattie S Feet, Whit, A King Of Covent Garden Known To All The World As Beast, Can T Help But Wonder About The Strange Woman Who Frees Him Especially When He Discovers She S Headed For A Night Of Pleasure On His Turf He Is Than Happy To Offer Hattie All She Desires For A Price.An Unexpected PassionSoon, Hattie And Whit Find Themselves Rivals In Business And Pleasure She Won T Give Up Her Plans He Won T Give Up His Power And Neither Of Them Sees That If They Re Not Careful, They Ll Have No Choice But To Give Up Everything Including Their Hearts.Brazen and the Beast (The Bareknuckle Bastards, #2)

New York Times, Washington Post USA Today bestseller Sarah MacLean is the author of historical romance novels that have been translated into than twenty languages, and winner of back to back RITA Awards for best historical romance from the Romance Writers of America.Sarah is a leading advocate for the romance genre, speaking widely on its place at the nexus of gender and cultural studie

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  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 400 pages
  • Brazen and the Beast (The Bareknuckle Bastards, #2)
  • Sarah MacLean
  • English
  • 18 September 2017
  • 9780062692078

10 thoughts on “Brazen and the Beast (The Bareknuckle Bastards, #2)

  1. says:

    I know we re not supposed to play favorites I know I m supposed to love all my books equally But I really really love this one, you guys It s so close to my heart An incomplete list of the reasons why Hattie A smart, savvy, curvy girl with a talent for knots, who refuses to give up on her dreams simply because the whole world tells her she can t have them She s got a five point plan to claim herself, her business, and her future A grunty Beast of a hero, who is both a bareknuckle bruiser and a throwing knife wielding bookworm, and who can t seem to make himself get out of her way In fact, he very much wants to stay in her way Hattie s best friend, Nora, who drives carriages recklesslyand is ride or die for her bestie Devil Felicity, living their happily ever after Sesily Talbot, still hanging around The Singing Sparrow, driving her American wild Truthfully, Hattie Whit love bant...

  2. says:

    4.5 STARS What do you get when you cross a tall, dark, handsome and wealthy king of the underworld with a no nonsense and spirited heroine.one hell of a novel This has to be my favorite book this year It had everything including the alpha anti hero Saviour Whittington is the bastard son of a duke and has had to drag himself from the savage streets of London But he is a survivor and becomes known as the Beast because of his fighting ability and protectiveness over those he cares about The man wears a bandolier of knives.I don t know what else to say about him except he is right up there with my favorite Lisa Kleypas hero boyfriends Hattie is a force to be reckoned with as she sets out to become an independent woman After all she is 29, unmarried and practically running her father s shipping business But of course she lives in a time when wo...

  3. says:

    How many times can this book say the word plan in it s description Seven Seven times.

  4. says:

    Obviously, I host Fated Mates with Sarah, so I m hardly an impartial reader BUT BUT BUT This book is fucking great I loved everything about it, especially Hattie Her determination to prove herself worthy of inheriting her father s company even though she s a woman is such a great plot arc And even though Whit respects her dream, I loved that she does not wait around for him to give her permission to do what she thought was right Whit is a delightful hero I am ALL ABOUT a romance hero who grunts than he talks, unless they re in bed This should be some...

  5. says:

    Sheer and utter perfection I am here for yearofhattie, Carrick bend knots used for sexy reasons OMG JUST WAIT , and Beast, oh Beast.MacLean has done it again and I cannot wait for everyone to read this book Full review to come closer to the publication date.Thank you to the publisher for the advanced reading copy A lady determined to raise the sails on her own future inadvertently brings an underworld king to his knees when she discovers him trussed up in her carriage on her birthday Hattie wasn t looking for this man for her birthday, but he turns out to be her utterly perfect Beast Watching this savvy business woman fight for her future and for the man she loves is an absolute delight, and a mus...

  6. says:

    Wicked and the Wallflower was one of my top books of 2018, and I was basically screaming when I got approved for Brazen.I love love loved Hattie and Beast They re both so smart and so opinionated and the bickering was the best I adored their arguing and reading how their relationship unfurled in the most deliciously slow way and of course the chemistry was insane I loved Nora and was beside myself at seeing Devil and Felicity again.Plot wise it was perfect From Hattie taking charge of her year to everything with Ewan to the best ending and epilogue I loved all of it I was captivated at the first scene and didn t want to stop reading.Overall, this was another book from Sarah I know I ll be reading again I can t wait for Grace s story and ...

  7. says:

    3,5 4 stars

  8. says:

    This might now be my favorite of Sarah MacLean s books, and that s saying a lot, since I absolutely adore her books It s so well written, so complete, such an altogether consuming story that it is absolutely and entirely satisfying Swoon.

  9. says:

    I received an ARC from Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review.What a colossal waste of time I fear Brazen and the Beast marks the conclusion of my relationship with Sarah MacLean It will take a LOT for me to ever read a new Sarah MacLean release The standard for historical romance has fallen so much that it s now deeply rooted in the earth, with no hope of it ever showing its face again I cannot for the life of me understand how or why this series is so well loved I can t It defies logic, just like the entire fucking plot of Brazen and the Beast If you ve read Wicked and the Wallflower, then you ve already read half of Brazen and the Beast There s no logic to the storyline the whole revenge and betrayal plot is copied exactly from the first book In fact, Devil himself muses over how he and Whit found themselves in the exact same situation Speaking of things that defy logic, Whit s solution for protecting Hattie and his arguments for the terrible first sex scene make NO SENSE Like its predecessor, 15% of this book consists of Whit growling, grunting, saying Christ, and moping around like a loser I suppose it s a family trait to communicate via growls, grunts, and bad poetry I did a word count an...

  10. says:

    Gads I loved Hattie and Whit s story.

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