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ARC Book Review-A Night Of Forever by Bronwen Evans

by | Nov 16, 2016 | Book Reviews | 10 comments

ARC Book Review-A Night Of Forever by Bronwen Evans

I received this book for free from Loveswept in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

ARC Book Review-A Night Of Forever by Bronwen EvansA Night of Forever by Bronwen Evans
Also in this series: A Kiss of Lies, A Touch of Passion, A Taste of Seduction
Series: The Disgraced Lords #6
Published by Loveswept on October 25th 2016
Genres: Historical Romance, Regency Era, Espionage
Pages: 240
Format: eARC
Source: Loveswept
ISBN: 1101883189
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Distrust is no match for desire as a proper young miss and a self-professed rogue hunt down a murderer in this thrilling Disgraced Lords novel from the USA Today bestselling author of A Kiss of Lies and A Taste of Seduction.
Arend Aubury trusts no one besides his fellow Libertine Scholars. After his family escaped from France, penniless and persecuted, only the Scholars took him in. So when the stepdaughter of the villainess who has been plotting against them approaches Arend with allegations against their enemy, he suspects a double cross. Yet Isobel is a tantalizing prize, with lips as sweet as champagne and skin as creamy as Camembert. Is she a feast for the senses—or a bitter trap?
Lady Isobel Thompson dreams of marrying an honorable gentleman with a spotless reputation, a trait that Arend seems to lack completely. But Isobel believes that her stepmother is responsible for her father’s death, and only Arend has the skills to uncover the truth. As a cover, Arend suggests a fake betrothal—and soon Isobel finds herself forgetting that their courtship is a ploy. He’s so different from the man of her fantasies, and yet he’s so terribly handsome, so dangerously intoxicating—and all Isobel wants is more.


Arend Aubury trusts no one except the libertine scholars and their wives. The past has made him believe in treachery and deceit, especially when their nemesis is involved. He has a plan, and will need to use a “supposedley” innocent woman to do it. Lady Isobel Thompson is the step daughter of Victoria, the woman they believe to be behind the attacks. But Isobel knows that her step mother is not what she seems to be. Even though she knows that Arend doesn’t trust her and is using her to get to Victoria, Isobel allows it despite how much it hurts her that the man she has fallen hard for, doesn’t believe in her. But Isobel is made of tough stuff, and she decides that its necessary to force Arend to face the past and choose to love and trust her. But Arend hasn’t had a easy time of it, and he wants to trust in Isobel, but fears that another woman would betray him and would be the cause of the death of the only family he has ever known: The Libertine Scholars. But Arend might lose Isobel if he doesn’t take that leap of faith, and trust in Isobel and the love they share and defeat their enemy who would destroy them all…

Plot and Story Line

In the latest release of the Libertine Scholars series, we finally get Arend’s story. Now Arend has always been a bit of a mystery throughout the series, probably due to his past and he keeps himself set apart from the others. On Arend’s part, he blames himself for one of their brothers deaths and for Victoria’s actions. He doesn’t feel that he is worthy to find the happiness the other scholars have found with their wives. But we see that he won’t be left out in the cold, if our heroine: the esteemed and fearless Isobel has anything to say about it.

One man, and one only, consumed her.

Now Isobel is feisty and challenging and courageous and I honestly loved her character and she was just right for Arend. Arend needs a woman that will fight tooth and nail for him, and Isobel does that and more. Even when she the others think the worst of her, she never loses faith in her love for Arend. It was quite heartbreaking at times, to see how much she adored Arend but really had to fight to keep his faith in her. Its not an easy road for either one of them. But when you have been burned and very badly, its not easy to get back in the “saddle”.

He was being torn in two. One part of him wanted her with every beat of his heart, wanted to bury his face in her scented heat, taste the fragrance that was only, ever Isobel. The other part of him was screaming in agony, begging to flee before it was too late…while the nauseating smell of burning flesh filled his lungs.

So it does take mistakes and some groveling and courage to keep love when you find it. On top of that, we have the evil Victoria, who is cunning. She is quite horrible, but she does prove to be a solid villain for the story and the whole series really. This story was a bit of a roller coaster though, with the romantic drama, mystery and suspenseful scenes, a villain who seems to be a step ahead of the good guys….a true love story that shows the battle between good vs. evil and the value of fighting for what is right. Simply another brilliant book from this stunning author!!!

She was desperate to help him, to show him in a way that would silence any doubt in his distrustful mind and wounded soul that she would never betray him, no matter what dark secrets his past held. All she cared about was the man he was now.


“No” Of this she was absolutely certain. “The type of man you are does not have to be dictated by a brand or decree by the mistakes you made in your youth. You are a man formed by the obstacles you have overcome, by the quality of those who truly love you, the ones who stand with you, and the ones who would give their lives for you.”

The Cover

I like that it follows the tone of the other covers for the rest of the series, and her dress is so pretty….I love the gray tones.

Overall View

A Night Of Forever is action packed and a drama filled romance with endearing characters to cheer for….a love story that is worth fighting for!!!

To find that special love is better than all the riches in the world


I picked up this song because it just fits….especially for our heroine!!! She fights for the one she wants, almost to the cost of her life.

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About Bronwen Evans

USA Today bestselling author, Bronwen Evans grew up loving books. She writes both historical and contemporary sexy romances for the modern woman who likes intelligent, spirited heroines, and compassionate alpha heroes. Evans is a three-time winner of the RomCon Readers’ Crown and has been nominated for an RT Reviewers’ Choice Award. She lives in Hawkes Bay, New Zealand with her dogs Brandy and Duke.

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  1. Ann Lorz

    This looks really good. Love the cover!!! I haven’t yet read this author, I might have to add her to my list.

  2. Blodeuedd

    He has such modern hair. Can’t stop staring at him

  3. Alyssa Susanna

    Wow, what a series! It sounds like the couple were great for each other. I don’t love drama-filled romances but it sounds like this book was good despite the drama. Which is awesome!

    Wonderful review. =)

    Alyssa @ The Eater of Books!

  4. Nick

    I have not heard of this series before, but it sounds right up my alley. I especially like that it’s not just a romance and that it has other elements to it. I think that would make this a very fun read!
    Lovely review!

  5. Quinn's Book Nook

    This seems interesting. I am worried that Arend will drive me batty, but I love how determined the heroine is.

  6. Cyn @ Bookmunchies

    I’m pretty sure I’ve read a few in this series, I really should get back to it! Isobel sounds like a great heroine, and I do love me some grovelling! Glad to see you enjoyed this, lovely review!

  7. Rowena

    You’re so good to me, Renee. Always introducing me to new authors that I want to try out. Thanks for the heads up on this series. 🙂

  8. LilyElement

    I do love when the leading ladies are feisty! Great review <3

  9. Anna@herding cats&burning soup

    Ah I need to pick hers up again. I do like when they have a rough road but fight for their romance. Sounds very good!

  10. Michele H

    I haven’t tried this series yet but I tend to like stories with wounded heroes and heroines who are strong and will fight for what they believe in. Nice review!!


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