The Suspect's Daughter

The Suspect s Daughter Determined to help her father with his political career Jocelyn sets aside dreams of love When she meets the handsome and mysterious Grant Amesbury her dreams of true love reawaken But his secrets p

  • Title: The Suspect's Daughter
  • Author: Donna Hatch
  • ISBN: 9781311384966
  • Page: 290
  • Format: ebook
  • Determined to help her father with his political career, Jocelyn sets aside dreams of love When she meets the handsome and mysterious Grant Amesbury, her dreams of true love reawaken But his secrets put her family in peril.Grant goes undercover to capture conspirators avowed to murder the prime minister, but his only suspect is the father of a courageous lady who is growDetermined to help her father with his political career, Jocelyn sets aside dreams of love When she meets the handsome and mysterious Grant Amesbury, her dreams of true love reawaken But his secrets put her family in peril.Grant goes undercover to capture conspirators avowed to murder the prime minister, but his only suspect is the father of a courageous lady who is growing increasingly hard to ignore He can t allow Jocelyn to distract him from the case, nor will he taint her with his war darkened soul She seems to see past the barriers surrounding his heart, which makes her all the dangerous to his vow of remaining forever alone.Jocelyn will do anything to clear her father s name, even if that means working with Grant Time is running out The future of England hangs in the balanced so does their love.

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    1. Donna Hatch

      Donna Hatch is the award winning author of the best selling Rogue Hearts Series and is published in sweet Regency romance and fantasy Her professional memberships include Romance Writers of America RWA and American Night Writers Association ANWA A sought after workshop presenter, she juggles freelance editing, multiple volunteer positions, not to mention her six children seven, counting her husband , and still manages to make time to write A native of Arizona who recently relocated to the Pacific Northwest, she and her husband of over twenty years are living proof that there really is a happily ever after.

    998 thoughts on “The Suspect's Daughter”

    1. Awesomeness with a side of swoon! I love the Rogue Heart series, it's probably one of my all time favorite series. I love the characters, setting and writing. I love that each book can stand on its own, but characters are referenced in each others books, which helps to connect everything together. I actually started this series with book two and then went back and read the first book. I think Ms. Hatch does an excellent job having each book focus on a certain couple, but still have previous char [...]

    2. *I received a copy from the tour host in exchange for an honest review*I loved this book and I've loved this series. It's been awhile since I've read the others, but I had no trouble following along and loved seeing glimpses of the other brothers, as this one can stand alone. Jocelyn is a very competent woman. Although she's endured a couple of London seasons, she has yet to make a match and this season, she's focusing her efforts on her father's political career, with no thought for herself. Sh [...]

    3. I just loved this book. I had to start out with that and I'll probably end with that too. This series (Rogue Heart) is one of my favorites. These Amesbury brothers are a little thick headed to begin with but their transformations are awesome and when those boys let go and love, boy are they a force to be reckoned with!Finally Grant has his story told. I've been waiting for Grant's story- I just knew it would be good. And it was. Grant is one closed up guy. And I mean closed up. Sealed up tight. [...]

    4. Historical romance that I enjoyed reading. Will definitely look for more books by this author.This is the fourth book in a series that reads just fine as a standalone.Content: CleanSource: Kindle Unlimited Download

    5. Reviewed for THC Reviews"4.5 stars" Since I tend to prefer a little steam in my romances, I don't usually read a lot of sweet, PG-rated ones. However, I can definitely enjoy a romance sans love scenes as long as the writer is talented enough to make me feel something. The most important thing for me when reading any romance is the desire to sense an emotional connection between the characters within the story as well as having them connect with me as the reader. I know I'm always going to get th [...]

    6. This was my second favorite of this series. The guise of a gentleman was my favorite, but I really enjoy the entire series. I was very anxious to see what kind of heroine would be able to take on Grant and his brooding darkness. I really enjoyed the chance to see him acting like a gentleman, especially since he only did it as a sort of undercover assignment. I liked the heroine, her back story, her different skills and traits that made her a strong presence. I always enjoy seeing the characters [...]

    7. WOW, way to pull emotion out of my TOES! An experience within these pages had to be extracted from real life. You sit next to her and feel the raw emotional power from Jocelyn. The relief I felt at the end, palpable. I bite my nails there for a moment (not really, figuratively). I really liked Jocelyn character. Of course she had to have a strong personality to chip away at Grant's shell. Beautifully written. LOVE IT DONNA!

    8. Oh what a delicious book! The Suspect’s Daughter is a clean romance but that in no way means it lacks heat. I am officially adding Donna Hatch to my unofficial list of KissingBook authors to keep on retainer. Whew! It’s a wonder I am coherent enough to write this review.Anyway… ahem back to the review in question.The Suspect’s Daughter, though the fourth book in Hatch’s Rogue Hearts series, can easily be read as a standalone. I had no problems at all following the characters even thoug [...]

    9. The characters in the Rogue Hearts series really come to life and Grant is no exception. As the dark and surly brother, he has physical and emotional scars that have him keeping everyone at a distance as he works to bring criminals to justice, even though the work is below his station. His point of view was fascinating as he struggles to stay indifferent to Jocelyn, a strong and poised daughter helping her father seek political election. She sees the good man he is behind his barriers of sarcasm [...]

    10. This is Book 4 in the Rogue Hearts series. I was planning to re-read the first three books before reading this book, but I didn't want to wait any longer to read Grant's story so I went straight to Book 4! This book could be a standalone, but I would recommend reading the other books.Grant has always been the black sheep of the family, but he has always come and helped his family when they have needed him. In this book we learn why he keeps family and women at a distance.His latest assignment ha [...]

    11. I was privileged to be a beta reader for this story, an invitation I was eager to accept. Grant Amesbury has always been the most intriguing of the Amesbury brothers to me. Dark, cynical, mysterious, dangerous, bitter towards his brothers, but in a pinch, always there for them. Is he a hero or a villain? We finally get to find out in Donna Hatch’s fourth Rogue Hearts romance, “The Prime Suspect’s Daughter.” Readers (including me!) who have waited long for this story will not be disappoin [...]

    12. SwoonghA beautiful ending to the Amesbury brothers stories. I was quickly drawn in and enjoyed every minute. I've been wanting to know what Grant's story was from the very beginning and I ended up absolutely adoring it. I love how the author has the ability to completely transport you to another timeother world. Beautifully written. Cherished characters. I'm just sad it's over. I would LOVE to see Jackson get his story!

    13. Once again, another one of Donna's books sucked me in! I really enjoyed reading Grant's story and grew to love each of these characters. Donna has a way of writing romance that just makes you want to read more!

    14. I've enjoyed all the books in this series and this is no exception. I've been dying to hear Grant's story after all the hints about him in the first three books. The love story is a great cross of "opposites attract" and love heals". This will go on my to-reread shelf.

    15. This was a wonderful adventure through love and intrigue. Though part of a wonderful series, it can hold its own as a stand-alone. A full cast, from past books and new to this story, fill in a rich storyline. There is great action, with excellent twists and turns, and a lovely romance. Well researched and well told. The characters are rich, with good and bad characteristics that make them relatable and worthy of rooting for. Hatch has done it again with another wonderful book I'd highly recommen [...]

    16. Grant works undercover as a Bow Street Runner. He investigates Jocelyn's father, a suspect in plans to kill the prime minister. I love how brooding Grant finds cheerful Jocelyn annoying at first. The story advances the investigation as well as the romance in equal parts. I was curious how Jocelyn would take it when she discovered Grant's true intentions in investigating her father. The ending was well done. This was an enjoyable read.

    17. This entire series has been great, but I think Grant has been my favorite. And Jocelyn was awesome. I think I need to reread the first 2 in the series again.

    18. I love this book, this series and those macho Amesbury boys!!!! They just suck you right in and you can't stop reading! This is the last of the brothers -- the next two books will be the sisters. One of the things I was disappointed in was that the other brothers and sisters weren't featured in this very much at all. I like it when they all get together and rescue each other as they did in the other books.Grant has intrigued me since the beginning of the series. He has been a crusty curmudgeon w [...]

    19. I have been savoring Donna Hatch's excellent Regency romances for several years now, and this one is no less wonderful than the others. Grant Amesbury embodies all that is swoon-worthy. He is a man of courage and passion, tough as leather but with a deep, affectionate core. I admire the way Ms. Hatch is so consistent in portraying his pain hardened character all the way through until the end when he begins to transform for love. She has also done a wonderful job portraying a heroine I could admi [...]

    20. I must concede that I am a young adult book reviewer. But interestingly, my forays into reviews of adult literature have wandered smack into some form of historical fiction. Now, here I am, strolling into the realm of Regency romance novels. For my usual YA readers, you do not need to puzzle about the conventions of a Regency romance novel. Just think Jane Austen and Pride and Prejudice but written now. There you go; you are ready for The Suspect’s Daughter by Donna Hatch.And one more confessi [...]

    21. Yay, Grant's story! Love these Amesbury boys. Out of all the brothers, Grant is the one who is so closed up, so it took a really special lady to crack that open in him. Jocelyn was the perfect character to do this. I loved that she wasn't depicted like the "norms of Hollywood", but as a regular person with curves! Not to mention what a good heart both Grant and Jocelyn have. Perfect match!

    22. Nice!This has been a really good series! I only wish that the love interest for Grant was a bit more clever. Jocelyn seemed a little too average for a character for someone as dark as Grant seemed. It would have been nice to see some humor in the story. Other than that, I've really enjoyed all of these books.

    23. I received a free copy of The Suspect’s Daughter by Loving the Book in exchange for an honest review. I have never read anything by this author, but I honestly really enjoyed this story in its entirety. The story begins with a woman named Jocelyn. She discovers that someone has broken into her father’s study and then this man threatens her against informing anyone of his whereabouts. Thinking that she may be a servant, the man dashes away leaving Jocelyn frantic—right before hosting a big [...]

    24. Loved it.More depth of characters. I'm not sure how far towns are from London and how true the timing would have been, but I truly enjoyed the story.

    25. An outstanding romance novelJocelyn Fairley plays hostess to the many dinners and gatherings to further her father's political ambitions. Rumors were making the rounds that if, for any reason, Lord Liverpool vacated his office, Fairley would be the best choice for Prime Minister.Grant Amesbury is a Bow Street Runner investigating a tip that there is a conspiracy afoot, led by Fairley, to murder Lord Liverpool. Amesbury is snooping in Fairley's study looking for evidence when he is surprised by J [...]

    26. Excellent StoryThis author only gets better and better. What impresses me the most beside the usual; great plot, true to time period, daring and interesting dialog, heart pounding attraction to the opposite sex, balls and dinners, carriage rides and believable class differences is the ability to portray the transformation of character psyche in at a pace that is so believable. Her genius is the ability to take you on the journey of a soul lost to light and lost to love and bring them back into t [...]

    27. This was my favorite of the Rogue Hearts series. I particularly liked Jocelyn's compassion and ability to see beyond Grant's prickly exterior. She was patient and yet bold when needed. The story was believable and kept me turning pages, eager to find out what would happen next. I recommend readers read these books in order though. This was the last in the series. I wish there were more!

    28. I think all the brothers in this series except Christian had real problems perhaps due to the childhood abuse they received at their father's hand. (Christian had his own set of problems). The abused ones are all good guys at heart but they sure have all killed a whole bunch of people over their lives. And not just fighting in the Navy. How many killers can one family have? But in all cases the love of a good woman changed them into great men. Of all the brothers I had the hardest time liking Gr [...]

    29. The author's adaption of a bit of actual history added structure to this story.The female main character was so very perfect in all her goodness that she was hard to relate to.The male main character had been built up so much in previous books in the series that I was expecting something amazing. What was delivered was an angry, bitter, woman-hater. His transformation just wasn't realistic and trying to sell the idea that a woman can put enough emotional effort into a man to get him to change hi [...]

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