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A misunderstanding that wounds the bonds of friendship leads a lady to find the love of her life.

Lady Natalie's betrothal is ended and frees her to pursue the man of her dreams. During a holiday party she discovers the lord she desires in attendance. So she hatches a plan to snare him.

Lord Christian St. Vella the Marquess of Knightly has no desire to marry. The more Lady Natalie chases the more irritated he becomes. As the party progresses he cannot help but see past her shallow exterior and recognizes a lady he could fall for.

Will they come together to share an unforgettable Christmastide?

©2016 Amanda Siemen (P)2016 Amanda Siemen

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  • Virginia
  • 16-08-2017

Heart touching!

Natalia thought her best friend had betrayed her with Christian, the man she loved. Her parents had engaged her to a man she had never met. Christian was her brother's best friend and he had no interest in marriage. Will love be enough? Great story!

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  • Sherry Tritt Holton
  • 06-02-2017

Determined maid........

This story is what you get when you mix a determined miss and a confirmed bachelor. She is going to have her brother's friend or none at all. He is determined to stay a bachelor and keep the fun he enjoys without the little sister of his friend hanging around. Guess which one wins! Anne Marie Damman makes the story come to life with her wonderful narration. Don't miss this delightful story!

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  • Nicety
  • 04-07-2020

This book had great potential

I struggled to finish it. The heroine was to over the top and spoiled. She wouldn't even listen. I was hoping she didn't at least get her way in the end. The narration was excellent though.

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  • Sue C
  • 29-01-2020

entertaining

Would I listen to it again: yes Did the story keep me engaged: yes Was I invested in the characters: yes What did I like about the story? poor Christian, he has no idea what's about to hit him! - good pace with entertaining characters. Was there anything that didn't work for me? nope - I was thoroughly entertained. Overall comment: light, entertaining, easy listen. How to Kiss a Rogue is a continuation of A Kiss at Christmastide. While it can be read as a standalone, it's fun knowing the other side of the story. Narrator comment: I enjoyed Anne Marie Damman's narration, she has done a great job bringing How to Kiss a Rogue to life and I enjoyed the audio experience.

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  • Christy D
  • 09-03-2020

How to Kiss a Rogue

Lady Natalie parents let her know that she is expected to marry and they have picked her intended for her. She understands she has no choice and decides what will one kiss hurt before she is forced into this life. The only problem besides getting the kiss is to get the one she really loves to give it to her. And her parents have refused to allow her to seek a relationship form him. But sometimes fate interferes and puts thing right. Nice narration.

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