Never Miss a Chance

Never Miss a Chance A duke s daughter isn t supposed to court scandal in Regency England She isn t supposed to involve herself in controversial causes And she most especially isn t supposed to expect love in a ton marria

  • Title: Never Miss a Chance
  • Author: Maureen Driscoll
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 153
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A duke s daughter isn t supposed to court scandal in Regency England She isn t supposed to involve herself in controversial causes And she most especially isn t supposed to expect love in a ton marriage But Lady Elizabeth isn t just any duke s daughter She s a Kellington And her expectations are somewhat higher than most people s Marcus Redmond, the Marquess of RiverA duke s daughter isn t supposed to court scandal in Regency England She isn t supposed to involve herself in controversial causes And she most especially isn t supposed to expect love in a ton marriage But Lady Elizabeth isn t just any duke s daughter She s a Kellington And her expectations are somewhat higher than most people s Marcus Redmond, the Marquess of Riverton, has been in love with his best friend s sister for years When Lizzie s reputation is damaged, he offers her marriage, hoping she will come to care for him eventually But can the upright, staid Riverton make a love match with the impulsive, passionate Lizzie especially when there are those who are determined to come between them NEVER MISS A CHANCE is a sizzling romance with a touch of humor It contains adult situations and sexually explicit language It s the second book in the Kellington series about the Duke of Lynwood and his four siblings The series started with NEVER A MISTRESS, NO LONGER A MAID.

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    1. **4.5 Delightfully Entertaining Stars**I loved this book and I’m really hooked on the Kellington series! Ms Driscoll blends all the right ingredients…a good helping of fascinating family dynamics; a generous measure of appealing characters, a good dash of delicious hotness and a soupcon of intrigue!Lizzie is everything I adore in my heroines…intelligent, strong-willed, and capable and who could fail to like a heroine with such wit…“Now, if you’ll excuse me, I’m supposed to meet Ros [...]

    2. Review posted at: Swept Away By RomanceStory Rating ~ 4 StarsHero Rating ~ 5 StarsHeroine Rating ~ 5 StarsRomance Rating ~ 4 StarsHeat Level ~ 3 StarsWriting Style ~ 5 StarEnding ~ 4 StarsOverall Rating ~ 4.5 StarsThis is the second book in The Kellington series, and although it can be read as a stand-alone, I highly recommend reading, Never A Mistress, No Longer a Maid, first.This book reads like the older bodice ripper books from the 80's, that I love so much, and literally had a scene where a [...]

    3. The daring Lady Elizabeth Kellington has scandalized the Ton! Not only has she become involved with politics but Lizzie has actually printed a treatise advocating women's rights. As expected, this behavior isn't well received by the Ton or her brothers but Lizzie does receive support from an unexpected quarter. Family friend Marcus Redmond, the Marquess of Riverton. While everyone else is concerned the scandal may reduce Lizzie's opportunities for a quality match, Lizzie believes that there will [...]

    4. Wow! I'm not really sure where to start with this review. I guess my first complaint is that this is supposed to be a romance and I didn't see any, or at least nor between the hero/heroine. I'm not quite sure what they saw in each other or why they ended up together. First, Lizzie writes a scandalous article for a newspaper which damages her reputation enough to force her to have to marry. Not only does she make Marcus "Riverton" wait for her answer, when she finally agrees to marry him, she tak [...]

    5. I liked it. I would have put 3 stars but the ending was SO rushed,It's too bad that ending was so terrible, the book would've left me with a better feeling, and I would have recommended it. I swear, the author did an ending that should have been done in 70 pages (if she kept the same pace as the beginning) and fit it in 10 pages. It completely ruined the book for meI was updating my status on this book every time I logged on , and I notice that my first comments were "I like this", "it's going p [...]

    6. 3.5 starsThis was a real discovery. It starts quite conventionally, with Lady Elizabeth outraging society by publishing treatises on a woman's right to vote etc. To save her reputation, her brother's slightly stodgy friend, Marcus, long & secretly in love with her, proposes. From there, the stakes are raised by Marcus's two Ugly Sisters, a fortune hunter after Lizzie, fake archaeologists and disguised spies. I can't pretend that all these plot strands are really necessary, or particularly we [...]

    7. There come very rare times when you find an author that writes the perfect books for your liking, for me Maureen is one of those authors.This is the second in the Never series (Kellington books )It’s Lizzie and Marcus’s story and is everything your been waiting for, Passion, angst , love , tears , and romance , with a little diversion of a spy and a surprise love story sneeked in .Can’t get any betterRecommended read x

    8. Just to be upfront about my bias for this bookI loved this book, and I loved the character of Lizzie! She has way more balls than most young women of her time and I applaud her! Now that I have that off my chest, on with my description of this story!Never Miss A Chance is the story of another member of the Kellington family. We met Edward in Never a Mistress, No Longer a Maid. He is one of five members of the Kellington family with the eldest brother being the William, the Duke of Lynwood. Willi [...]

    9. If you haven't read the first book "Never a Mistress, No Longer a Maid", it's okay, this one stands on its own, BUT I think you should for the simple reason that you'll understand the family dynamic so much better. The author has created such an interesting and fun family that it truly feels like I could hang out with them, even the Duke, whose story I'm looking forward to. Now, let me tell you why I liked this book even more then the first: The sensuality of this one is OFF the charts! That's t [...]

    10. OkayI was so ready to give this book a five-star review until the last couple chapters where it takes a sudden downturn to ruin! This wonderfully written book it completely ruined near the end. It's as if a different author hurriedly rushes to write a fast-paced and very boring ending to what had begun as an interesting and well penned story! It is strange how the writing flows up until that

    11. Ms Driscoll ~ you have a way with words! I'm loving the Kellington men and the women in their lives. I read for the pleasure of the story being told and so far book one and book two have kept me rivited. I'll be starting book three after work tomorrow and cannot wait to see what befalls the next Kellington!

    12. Another winner in the Kellington family saga. There is such a great mix of wit and sarcasm in the dialogue!! I wish the ending would have given me more of Marcus and Lizzie's story. It ended all to quickly and I felt cheated. I did like the way the author laid the trail for Arthur's story.

    13. Funny, great characters, but simple and predictable plotline with a too neatly wrapped up ending. Literally, there was very little done to fix the hugely emotional hurts at the end, when there should have been some more in depth conversations and time for the characters to deal with the betrayals. The novel was also gratuitously sexual. Characters' thoughts were cliche and unnecessary to advance the plot or even to make the novel interesting. Could definitely have done without all that nonsense. [...]

    14. A fun story with a strong heroine, this was a good continuation of the Kellington series. I was a bit annoyed that Lizzie's brothers and lover don't give her arguments a chance, nor do they engage in any meaningful debate with her. But they do support her having her own opinions, which is nice. The love story was well done - they both cared for each other but didn't know it, so their discovery of how each other feels is the main source of conflict. Everything comes about naturally and never feel [...]

    15. 4.5 stars Another engrossing read. I ❤️ friends to lovers stories and this one was darn near perfect. Marcus, a Marquess, is her brother's best friend (a familiar trope) and she (Lizzie) is a blue stocking. When the story begins, Lizzie's really gone and done it this time and Marcus comes riding in to save her. It just gets better from there. It was a treat!

    16. READThis is the second book in this series. I read the first of the series but did not write e a review. It was so good I wanted to read more so read this the second in the series and was not disappointed and will read more.

    17. Great storyI enjoyed this book. There were several twists and turns in the plot. I could not put the book down. I am looking forward to reading more of this author's work.

    18. Turns and twistsAbound in this love story set in 1820’s England. Of course we know who will marry whom but the telling is delightful.

    19. The second I've read in this series of five, it is as fun as the first, with great characters who stand by one another, despite the strictures of society and their occasional (well, perhaps not so) family squabbles. Lizzie is just adorable: smart, clever, curious and wholly unapologetic about her desire to support the cause of women's rights. Much to her brother, the Earl's dismay, she has even used her real name and published two articles for a London broadsheet. Of course, the censure because [...]

    20. I just don't know how to review this book. Up until 75%-85% through I was thoroughly enjoying a fun historical about Lizzie, a Duke's daughter, who shocks the ton by publishing a political statement about the rights of women in a national newspaper. The only way to salvage her reputation, particularly after a too amorous suitor ripped her dress at a ball, is for her to marry.Her older brother's best friend Marcus has been in love with her for years and without thinking about it offers to marry h [...]

    21. I got this as a free download for kindle, and was a little concerned when I realised it was the 2nd book in a series and that I hadn't read the 1st. It stands alone very well with a bunch of well written and likeable characters. I've been fascinated by this period in history for a while now, particularly the treatment of women by society, so the character of Lizzie was of particular interest.Lady Elizabeth Kellington (Lizzie) is a young woman who is trying to change the rights of woman, politica [...]

    22. I really enjoyed this one. I like series where you can jump in to the story where ever you want since they can all be read separately. This series is about the Kellington family and every book is about one of it´s members. I recently read the first book in the series and I loved it so of course I could not say no when I got the chance to read this one. I love historical romances but they are very predictable and therefore have to be really well written and to be honest there are only so many wa [...]

    23. After reading the first book in the Kellington Series and LOVING it, nothing was going to keep me away from this installment, and I wasn’t disappointed! Lizzie’s book, set in 1882 England, was the perfect blend of proper and naughty… yes, my kind of book!Lady Elizabeth Kellington, (Lizzie) was not the typical miss. She had a brain with forward thinking ideas just pouring out of it. She felt they must be shared with the world, so she did! She had her treatise for the Rights of Women in Marr [...]

    24. I really don't understand what Ms. Driscoll was thinking when she wrote this story. Its so unbelievable. Non plausible! I read all the reviews about the story having to much sex!! What? it had very little sex. The couple Lizzie and the Marquess Riverton didn't even make love until the very end of the book and it was quick and over within a few lines. They had one scene of heavy petting ant that was it. Lord Riverton had a few fantasy which didn't amount to much. I don't understand what the other [...]

    25. After reading the first book in the Kellington Series and LOVING it, nothing was going to keep me away from this installment, and I wasn’t disappointed! Lizzie’s book, set in 1882 England, was the perfect blend of proper and naughty… yes, my kind of book!Lady Elizabeth Kellington, (Lizzie) was not the typical miss. She had a brain with forward thinking ideas just pouring out of it. She felt they must be shared with the world, so she did! She had her treatise for the Rights of Women in Marr [...]

    26. 4.5 starsThis is book 2 in the Kellington series. I loved book 1 and met several fun and endearing characters. So far, I would suggest reading book 1 first, since primary characters have been introduced. Elizabeth – known as Lizzie is Ned’s sister and is highly political. Lizzie has involved herself in controversial causes – one such cause is allowing women to vote and rights from abusive husbands. Since her reputation is in jeopardy of ruin, Marcus Redmond, the Marquess of Riverton, who j [...]

    27. "It was fun to read the subtle nuances of humor injected in the story telling. Even the various twists at the end added to the appeal of the whole tale. With Never Miss A Chance added to the table, I think it’s safe to say that Ms. Driscoll knows how to write as well as keep her readers interested in any future love stories that have yet to be told."Reviewed at the Reading Haven.Rated 4 out of 5 White Roses.Content rated with the Pale Pink Rose.

    28. I read book 1 (Never a Mistress, No Longer a Maid) of the Kellington Series not expecting too much as it was Ms. Driscoll's debut but was truly pleasantly surprised. She has managed to build a family of strong yet independent characters who work well off each other but still have personality flaws. From the beginning of Never Miss a Chance I was sucked into the story line. I love the family bond she has created amongst the Kellingtons. She manages to include drama, comedy and romance into a deli [...]

    29. These books are delightfully predictable but also wonderfully interesting. I love that I'm not spending my nights worrying what will happen to the characters, but how much fun it would be to be involved with the shenanigans of the Kellington family. I love Lizzie and her spitfire attitude, and I love how her relationship developed with Riverton. I can only look forward hearing more of their adventures, along with the rest of the family, in the rest of the series! If only Prime let you borrow mo [...]

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