Meredith.jpgA LADY’S CODE OF MISCONDUCT is the fifth book in the Rules for the Reckless Series.  And while I did not read any of the preceding books, I can share this stands on its own. Although, I now plan to pick up the others as I enjoyed this read and Meredith Duran’s enthusiasm for British history.

Duran gives us a romance with strong characters and a plot that is interesting from the first to the last page.  Maybe that sounds like every other romance novel, but this one is ripe with British politics and intrigue that stands on its own yet laced with a tale of love.

Jane Mason and Crispin Burke met under less than ideal circumstances and yet there was something there.  Jane was trapped beneath the evil thumb of her uncle.  But she was hatching a plan to try to free herself and gain access to funds that would free her from this life.  Crispin, in cahoots with her uncle, caught her eye even though she captures him in her needlework as the devil. And while he rescues her from a failed plan, there is a price to be paid.  Crispin is using her to gain intelligence and then…

In a cruel twist of fate, Jane turns the tables and uses Crispin for her own gain. But things don’t exactly go as planned and now these two have a journey to take. And that journey leads them to see parties for whom they are and possible fresh starts for both.

But can you erase what you know and betrayals to start again?  You will have to pick up a copy of Duran’s latest to learn that for yourself.

A LADY’S CODE OF MISCONDUCT is on tour, special thanks to Pocket Books for bringing the tour together. Take a moment or two to visit any or all of the tour stops below:

Blog Tour:


Sunday, February 26th

nikbooklovers Blog

Monday, February 27th

Books for Her

Tuesday, February 28th

The Romance Dish

Canadian Book Addict

Just Another New Blog

Top 10 Romance Books

Unabridged Chick

Buried Under Romance

Dear Author

Toot’s Book Reviews – Feature

Il Profumo delle Pergamene

Marvelous Things

My Book Addiction and More

Wednesday, March 1st

Book Nerd

Reviews by Crystal

All About Romance

Booktalk with Eileen

We So Nerdy

Roses Are Blue

In the Hammock

Feeding My Addiction Book Reviews – Spotlight

Romance Book Reviews for You

Thursday, March 2nd

I am, Indeed

A Midlife Wife

Literary Gossip

Undeniably Book Nerdy

Dew On The Kudzu

Books and Beauty Are My Bag

Ebook Obsessed

Abigail Books Addiction

Dirty Girl Romance – Spotlight

Bookhounds – Q&A

Authors on the Air Global Radio Network – An Interview with The Librarian, 9:00 pm ET

Authors on the Air Global Radio Network – Facebook Event

 Friday, March 3rd

Black ‘N Gold Girl’s Book Spot

JoJo the Bookaholic

Sportochick’s Musings

The Reading Wench

Got Fiction Book Blog

Cup of Tea and Book

The Reading Addict

Nicely Phrased

Ladeetda Reads

Silvatrend8553 Book Blog

Night Owl Reviews – Author Guest Post


Saturday, March 4th

Passionate Encounters

Sunday, March 5th

My Little Book Corner

Monday, March 6th

Reading Frenzy – Spotlight

Bookish – Giveaway

Foreign Circus Library

Poof Books

Tuesday, March 7th

I Love Romance

Bookworm2bookworm – Spotlight, Excerpt, and Review

Dirty and Thirty

Wild Wordy Women

Polished Bookworm

Sammi’s Bookish Reality

Passionate Reads

Books, Movies, Reviews! Oh my!

Everyday Gyaan

Celtic Lady’s Reviews – Spotlight

Wednesday, March 8th

Moonlight Rendezvous

One More Chapter

All Things Bookaholic

Fresh Fiction – Spotlight

Thursday, March 9th

Happy Ever After Romance Book Reviews

The Book Junkie Reads

Three Boys and an Old Lady blog

Friday, March 10th

Smitten by Books

Celtic Guardian

Reader Girls

Jathan & Heather

About poofbooks

With a wave of the wand and a good book in hand travel to places and spaces beyond your imagination. Because reading does not require you to leave the comfort of your own living room or the bunny slippers behind. So if a vacation is not in your plans for this year, take a bookation, you will love it.
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2 Responses to Tour Stop: A LADY’S CODE OF MISCONDUCT

  1. Did not expect it to have a political twist to it, but I’m glad you enjoyed it! 🙂

    – Lashaan

    • poofbooks says:

      Oops that was indeed a long delay to thanking you for stopping by and replying. I find a lot of these period books have a political twist and I do not mind a spy or hint of scandal that runs that way.

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