The Lady Rogue

The Lady Rogue❮Read❯ ➳ The Lady Rogue ➶ Author Jenn Bennett – Some legends never dieTraveling with her treasure hunting father has always been a dream for Theodora She’s read every book in his library has an impressive knowledge of the world’s most sought af Some legends never dieTraveling with her treasure hunting father has always been a dream for Theodora She’s read every book in his library has an impressive knowledge of the world’s most sought after relics and has all the ambition in the world What she doesn’t have is her father’s permission That honor goes to her father’s nineteen year old protégé—and once upon a time love of Theodora’s life—Huck Gallagher while Theodora is left to sit alone The Lady eBook ä in her hotel in IstanbulUntil Huck returns from an expedition without her father and enlists Theodora’s help in rescuing him Armed with her father’s travel journal the reluctant duo learns that her father had been digging up information on a legendary and magical ring that once belonged to Vlad the Impaler— widely known as Dracula—and that it just might be the key to finding himJourneying into Romania Theodora and Huck embark on a captivating adventure through Gothic villages and dark castles in the misty Carpathian Mountains to recover the notorious ring But they aren’t the only ones who are searching for it A secretive and dangerous occult society with a powerful link to Vlad the Impaler himself is hunting for it too And they will go to any lengths—including murder—to possess it.

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  • Hardcover
  • 372 pages
  • The Lady Rogue
  • Jenn Bennett
  • English
  • 20 February 2015
  • 9781534431997

10 thoughts on “The Lady Rogue

  1. jessica says:

    jenn bennett is a ueen of contemporary so i was very eager to see what she could do with some historical fantasy and she does not disappoint i am so relieved that her signature witty and carefree writing is just as present in this as her other books it also translates really well into the main characters which have always been bennetts strong point the well developed and entertaining leads paired with uick and devourable writing makes for a successful combination i also adore that this is set in eastern europe specifically romania thats not a very popular setting so the novelty of it is uite intriguing but what i wanted was the actual storyline itself it just feels a little weak maybe if it had been developed someone suggested as a series it may have increased the stakes and made the plot feel adventurous im not sure but it just fell a little short for me personally regardless i am uite pleased with this i know it can be stressful when a favourite author deviates from their known genre but sometimes the risk pays off and in this case it does↠ 4 stars

  2. megs_bookrack says:

    45 stars rounded upPure entertainment from start to finish Stalking Jack the Ripper mixed with A Gentleman's Guide to Vice and Virtue this fast paced historical YA romp was uite enjoyable indeed Our protagonists Theo and Huck make a great team and following them on their mystery filled rescue mission through the rustic Carpathian Mountains was hella funTheodora's father is a treasure hunter hired by a mysterious aristocrat to track down the legendary war ring of Vlad the ImpalerYes everyone's favorite VladAlong with his assistant Huck Gallagher also Theo's former beau he begins his search discovering new clues and following up on leads Poor Theo gets left behind in a hotel as she usually does and is than frustrated with that turn of events She wants adventure too and is very good at solving puzzles She just cannot understand why her father wouldn't want to utilize her talentsWhen Huck arrives back at the hotel without her father he has no clue as to where he went but he does have his cryptic travel journal Theo's mind is put to the test as she tries to decode his writings and figure out her father's location Did he go willingly or was foul play involved?I loved so much about this The mystery the intrigue the dark historical connections the partnership between Theo and Huck the setting it was all very up my alley I have never read a Jenn Bennett book before but I believe this is a bit of a genre shift for her I thought she did a fantastic job Although some of the paranormal aspects were a little wonky I was having so much fun with the story it really didn't phase meFurther I am not sure if this is slated to be a standalone or a series but I really really hope this is not the last we see of this courageous duo The characters mention at the end of this book a location they may be traveling to nextview spoilerSCOTLAND hide spoiler

  3. Candace Robinson says:

    Jenn Bennett is one of my favorite authors ever so when I saw she was doing a YA fantasy I was so excited I love seeing authors write different genres even though her YA contemporaries are a amazingTheo was awesome She was strong emotional challenging and admitted when she was right or wrong Huck was the perfect sidekick—swoony sweet protective funny Their bickering was the best The world building was great and we get to explore such places as Turkey and Romania And there is uite the chase that Theo and Huck have to take part in to escape people after them I will say that one of my favorite action scenes was the airplane oneAnd the magic There was just so much awesomeness tangled up in this book whether you are looking for contemporary adventure fantasy romance—it's all there I really loved this one

  4. Mackenzi says:

    Hey Gents Guide fans — points aggressively at Lady Rogue You’ll like this one

  5. Stacee says:

    I went into this not knowing what it was about I will absolutely read anything Jenn Bennett puts out I loved Theo and Huck She’s smart and tired of being left behind He’s charming and maybe a little uncertain Together they have a lifetime of history and a bit of a rocky future I loved reading them figure things out There are a few side characters who are delightful but I won’t get into detail on that Plot wise it was a bit of a slow start for me Even though I was intrigued I didn’t get captivated until they were really on the run I was loving all of the history and city descriptions and I don’t know how much of the Vlad stuff was true but it was interesting I will say that I wanted a bit from the ending The entire story was a build up to this one event and in a couple of pages it was resolved and the story was over It felt rushed and that was sort of disappointing Overall it was a uniue to me story with characters who were easy to root for I can’t wait to see what Jenn comes up with next Huge thanks to Simon Pulse for providing the arc free of charge

  6. Hollis says:

    I reuested this book for one reason really and one reason only the name next to author I'm a big fan of Bennett's contemporaries and I've dabbled in her adult PNR series which I still have to finish so seeing her switch from YA contemporary to YA historicalfantasy didn't concern me I was excited I might not have loved SERIOUS MOONLIGHT but I love her writing her previous books and had every reason to expect the same of this oneBut nopeThis book was a chore to read I pushed through it uickly because the last thing I needed was another slump and it wasn't too long and I just kept waiting for the spark Or any spark really I felt nothing for the characters who were respectfully spoiled and or sulky as well as overdoing the charm to the point of not being charming I felt nothing for the angst over the romance which we were beat over the head with to a ridiculous degree And honestly the Vlad the Impaler plotmystery that sent these two gallivanting all over Eastern Europe just didn't really hook me and like did it ultimately even matter? I'm so confused I also want to say the pitch comparison to THE GENTLEMAN'S GUIDE TO VICE AND VIRTUE definitely had me thinking this was ueer And it is notI didn't love the characters the angst the romance the plot Even Bennett's writing which I normally love felt different and failed to entice If this hadn't been an ARC I would've DNF’d If this was any other author I would probably one star But I just can't bear to And I do think maybe this is a me problem? Despite everything? Anyway I don't think this is a series so I'm relieved about that but even if it was I wouldn't be reading on I received an ARC from the publisher thank you in exchange for an honest review This review can also be found at A Take From Two Cities

  7. Mlpmom (Book Reviewer) says:

    Oh my goodness I really hope this becomes a series So darn good Full review to comeEDITED TO ADD REVIEWIs there anything better than a Jenn Bennett book? Why yes there is A book by Jenn Bennett that is unlike anything that she has every written before A touch of the magical and mysterious Romance and even better still set all in a beautiful mysterious historical setting and time that appeals to my ever love of the genre itself I never knew what I was missing until this book came into my life Jenn Bennett writing a historical mystery with a touch of romance danger and the paranormal Goodness yes please And all I can say is WOW This meet my expectations and then thoroughly blew them away I loved every single things about it To the legends lore witchcraft Curses Black magic love family dynamics mysterygoodness just all of it I want I am hoping wishing and keeping my fingers crossed that this becomes a series but heck yeah does this girl want Theodora was everything I love in a stubborn smart and strong willed heroine Huck in a fun loving support and swoon worthy hero and her father even he was hard to like but not to love ; So well done so much fun and so addictive I need ARC provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review

  8. Mel (Epic Reading) says:

    This was okay Nothing overly special here Felt a lot like Indiana Jones but with a leading gal and an attractive boy sidekick her age The Dracula pieces of the story are not vampire like at all; but instead focus on the actual Vlad Dracul human who did exist Good enough but nothing spectacular If you want to go on a treasure hunt you might find The Lady Rogue has something for you If you're hoping for blood gothic overtones and vampires this is NOT the book for you Those looking for an intriguing mystery are also likely to be let down While there is a mystery here and it should be the focus of the story it's not that entrancing This is of a girl coming into her own teen book than anything The love story is meh as the chemistry between the characters is missing Overall this was a very disappointing read for me I would perhaps try another book by Jenn Bennett in the future There was enough here that with some good editing focus on mystery writing and a less snowflake like heroine; I could see Bennett telling us some interesting stories Sadly The Lady Rogue isn't up to par; especially in the high saturated teen fantasy genre Please note I received an eARC of this book from the publisher via NetGalley This is an honest and unbiased review

  9. JenacideByBibliophile says:

    Disclaimer This book was sent to me by the publisher Simon Schuster – Simon Pulse for an honest reviewA historical adventure fantasy about treasure hunters searching for a lost ring that belonged to Vlad the ImpalerakaCount DraculaakaMass murderer of THOUSANDSaka Romania's crowned jewel and the worlds nightmare Oh you KNOW it's going to be good Theodora Fox is used to her father abandoning her in five star hotels around the world while he slinks off to uncover hidden treasures and unearth rich history So when he disappears again leaving her in yet another ritzy establishment in Istanbul she is forced to stay behind with only her crossword puzzles and obsession for history to keep her company That is until Huxley Gallagher turns up in her hotel room handing over her father's journal and claiming that he is missing What Theodora assumed was a typical expedition turns swiftly into a hunt for her father and the truth behind his current hunt – to find the long lost ring of Vlad the Impaler for a wealthy client Nobody said this adventure would be easy especially when traveling with the boy who broke her heart and never spoke to her again But what Theodora is about to uncover will change her and her family's life forever This book kicks assThe lady Rogue is dripping in adventure mystery intrigue wit and a TON of history The author has artistically woven historical events with fantastical elements to bring a legendary story fit for any thrill seeker Perfect for fans of Tomb Raider National Treasure Count Dracula the Occult dragons fantasyand really everything This book is PHENOMENALSet in the late 1930's this historical fantasy takes main characters Theodora and Huck to Romania in search of Theo's missing father who is chasing after a much sought after ring The only clues of his whereabouts come from Huck her father's protege and a young man that her father took in at a young age At an excavation in Hungary Huck and Theo's father Fox uncover a metal box with strange symbols encasing it that warned of the dangers kept inside What they hoped was the resting place of Vlad's long lost ring turned out to be an empty box Dismayed they travel back to their hotel where Fox suddenly disappears leaving behind strict instructions for Huck to find Theo in Istanbul where he is to give her Fox's travel journal and escape to Hudson Valley And so begins the WILD adventure that Theo and Huck embark on in search of Fox and Vlad's infamous ring While the two travel to Romania Fox's last known whereabouts they are chased by dangerous men hellbent on taking them outAnd I don't mean for dinner and a movie I'm talking murder ladies and gents Because this book is PACKED with action These characters are CONSTANTLY tiptoeing the lines of death and swing dancing with fate Both Theo and Huck are talented treasure hunters with extensive experience and passion for what they were raised around and it shows Theo is obsessed with history and any ancient topic that might involve a haunting or some form of magical element She is proficient in multiple languages has an uncanny ability to decipher codes and above all elsethis girl is witty as hell Her sharp comments and sarcastic remarks had me nodding my approval during my entire read She's a saucy little minx who curses throws obscene gestures in the air and has an epic drunken outburst where she dubs herself Lady Rogue – a lady of independent and royal standing Huck is also uite sarcastic and playful but has a different set of skills and hates anything to do with spirits and magic He is a pilot a great lock picker and oh yeahTheo's ex Once inseparable best friends as children and teens who began to have feelings for each other now we meet them at a time when they haven't spoken in over a year – due to events that later become revealed This is the obvious romance of the story but DON'T WORRY This isn't one of those books that has a killer premise and then becomes overshadowed by mushy teen love This book focuses SOLELY on the premise and you will be so incredibly thankful for it Because it is spectacular exciting and downright addicting The author did an outstanding job implementing actual historical events and facts into the story which in turn lead me to researching different historical figures so I could learn about them There are countless elements that make up this gripping tale and there is a little something in there for every type of reader But I think what really struck me while reading was Jenn Bennet's uncanny ability to create a flawless book It is detailed well constructed comical suspenseful and a TON of fun The book ends with everything wrapped up nice and tight no cliffhangers in sight BUT I am curious if Jenn plans on writing a seuel because how everything is left she definitely set it up to be a possibility If so you know I am going to be at the front of that line demanding a copy And I'll just leave on this note

  10. Susan& says:

    My thanks to the author publisher and NetGalley for a free ARC of this book in exchange for an honest reviewI love Jenn Bennett she has such a huge imagination and I love her uirky writing style She tends to have a little gimmick for each story in this one her use of word clues in various crossword puzzles was such fun This is young adult borderline new adult novel delves into the Occult and is set in 1938 I tend not to do paranormal but for a chance to read a new Jenn Bennett fresh off the presses I will definitely go thereTheodora Fox and Huxley Gallagher aka Theo and Huck are star crossed lovers who meet again uite unexpectedly in Istanbul Theo's father Richard Fox was an amateur Gentleman Adventurer and he and young Huxley would go off on wild hair raising adventures always leaving Theodora safely behind in one hotel or another much to her aggrieved chagrin This time Theodora was left kicking her heels with her hired female companion in Istanbul while Fox went off chasing an enchanted ring that may have belonged to the Dracula family and which may possess supernatural powers The sudden arrival of Huck at her hotel bodes ill just the previous year Huck had been sent back to Ireland when Theo and Huck were caught in flagrante delicto in her bedroom doing what teenagers often will do No spoiler alerts here Richard Fox had taken Huxley in and raised him along with Theo when Huxley's Irish immigrant parents were killed in a streetcar accident But when friendship blossomed into attraction between the young teens Theo's father accused Huxley of betraying his trust and packed him off to Huxley's aunt in Ireland separating the young loversHuxley and Theo are still secretly pining for one another Theo is upset with Huck because he never responded to any of her letters unsolved mystery there and Huxley was told by Richard that Theo has moved on and is dating other eligible young men Well the story heats up with non stop action the young lovers hardly have time to sort out their personal affairs they are so busy running away from the deadly band of men who are also looking for the enchanted ring I loved the descriptions of all the countries Theo and Huck traveled through Istanbul Bulgaria Romania and finally Transylvania And yes we do get to go inside an ancient haunted castle and experience magic at its deadliest I sensed a seuel in the making there are a few unresolved matters and Jenn Bennett does tend to serialize her paranormal adventure novels I really enjoyed this fast paced read the story is action packed and the rekindled romance between Theo and Huck was too sweet for words I look forward to stories involving Theo Huxley and Richard Highly recommended

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