A Rose for a Rogue: A Historical Regency Romance

A Rose for a Rogue: A Historical Regency Romance

by Collette Cameron


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What’s a future duke to do when the most unsuitable woman possible captures his heart?

Eden tried to avoid even a hint of scandal her whole life.

Plowing headlong into the Marquis of Sterling and dropping eggs on his boots wasn’t the most foolish thing Eden Haverden had ever done. Imprudently agreeing to take the charming rogue home when his horse went lame wasn’t either. But reluctantly accepting Chester’s invitation to stay the night at his familial estate after she nearly drowned? Yes, that assuredly was a rash decision and invited utter ruin. So why doesn’t she listen to her common sense?

The DeCourcy sins have haunted Chester his entire life.

Determined to create a new legacy for the tainted duchy, Manchester’s every action and decision are governed by diligence and discipline. A man of reason and purpose, he shouldn’t be distracted by the wholly unsuitable Eden Haverden. Not only is she the illegitimate offspring of his father’s arch enemy, she’s also the sister of the man who’d killed his brother. Why then, can’t he resist the powerful connection between them?

Can Chester convince Eden to put aside their families’ feud and trust him with her heart and love?


This enemies to lovers Regency historical by a USA Today bestselling author will warm your heart and bring a smile to your face. You might even giggle, and you won’t be able to turn the pages fast enough to find out what happens to Chester and Eden next.

If you enjoy reading second chance, wounded hero, or wallflower stories with a dash of suspense, a sprinkle of humor, and spellbinding emotion then you’ll adore Collette Cameron’s tantalizing THE HONORABLE ROGUES SERIES. Buy A ROSE FOR A ROGUE and settle into your favorite reading nook with your beverage of choice for a rousing romantic adventure you can’t put down.

Though this book can easily be read as a stand-alone, most readers prefer to read the series in order.


A Kiss for a Rogue

A Bride for a Rogue

A Rogue’s Scandalous Wish

To Capture a Rogue’s Heart

The Rogue and the Wallflower

A Rose for a Rogue


Castle Brides

Heart of a Scot ~ Coming soon!

Highland Heather Romancing a Scot

Seductive Scoundrels

The Blue Rose Regency Romances: The Culpepper Misses

Wicked Earls’ Club

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781950387540
Publisher: Blue Rose Romance LLC
Publication date: 09/19/2019
Series: Honorable Rogues , #6
Pages: 290
Sales rank: 860,004
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 7.99(h) x 0.61(d)

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A Rose for a Rogue: A Historical Regency Romance 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
mscountrylace 12 months ago
I absolutely love the magic of this one! Fate brought them together and nothing was going to keep them apart. The moment they met their common sense and ways of doing things went out the window. They definitely had obstacles to get past, but none were like his father. I got giddy when they were told the meaning behind the rose. Then I was holding my breath with his father’s last attempt, but loved that scene and how it played out. I was just beginning to think he had changed when that happened. At least I wasn’t wrong about her brother in the end even though that scene had me on the edge of my seat. The proposal was one of the best I’ve read. Eden is very different from any of the women Chester could meet. She has a fun collection of pets and stands her ground against anyone. I loved her right away because she didn’t hold back her thoughts about anything. Chester is also very different from the men Eden is used to. He doesn’t bat an eye at her birth and will do anything for her and her mother. He loved to be one step ahead of his father and jumped at the chance put him in his place. I loved in the end how everything worked out for everyone. Copy provided for an honest and voluntary review
LoriP123 More than 1 year ago
A Rose for a Rogue by Collette Cameron is the sixth book in the A Waltz with a Rogue series and definitely worth reading. Eden and Chester shouldn't be attracted to each other because of their different standings in society and the ongoing family feud between the two families, but neither of them can seem to help themselves. They enjoy each other's company and want to spend more time together, but Chester's family has other plans that involve his soon-to-be betrothed. I was given an ARC from the author/publisher. All conclusions are mine and mine alone.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Our hero, Manchester aka Chester, Marquess of Sterling has returned home to attend to his dying father (or so he is told) after being gone for 10 years. His father, the duke, and Chester had an argument years ago when his older brother was killed in a duel and the duke blamed Chester - so Chester left home. Chester literally runs into our heroine, Eglantina Eden Haverdon as he was leaving a pub to go home. His horse has gone lame and he asks Eden for a ride to his home. He finds her very interesting and he discovers she is the illegitimate sister of the man who killed his brother in the duel. They have an accident on the trip to Chester's home and Eden comes close to drowning. Chester insists Eden spend the night at his home - this leads to adventure, humor, fun, romance and eventually a HEA. This was such a "feel good" story and even though it was short, it packed a punch. I loved Chester and Eden and they just fit together perfectly - add some lovable animals and the book had it all for me! I was gifted this ARC and I am so happy to be able to give you my recommendation- read it and you will enjoy yourself immensely!
clarkws More than 1 year ago
Cameron is one of those talented authors that I follow religiously. If she sneezed on a book, I would probably buy it. Her stories are witty, creative and have some spicy romance in them. She generally sets them during the Regency Era - one of my favorite time periods to read about. I think I have read all of her books. A Rose for a Rogue is another winning story. I loved the hero and the heroine. Both have unique personalities. I enjoyed the story line and found it to be unpredictable. I like that about Cameron’s writing. This was a sweet romance.
terrie7 More than 1 year ago
Manchester “Chester” Marquis of Sterling has been summoned home, a place he has not been in years, following the death of his brother – an act for which his father, the duke, blames him. Before he can start on his way, he meets Eglantina Eden Aster Haverden and her dog, Mr. Wiggles and mare, Peony. Eden, it turns out, is the illegitimate daughter of the duke’s enemy. After an accident in the rain Eden must spend the night at Chester’s home. The duke does not approve but Chester wins the argument. When Eden’s half-brother Simon learns of Eden’s actions, he isn’t happy either and their argument leads to Eden and her mother being tossed from their home. Chester falls for Eden quickly but finds it difficult to convince Eden they are right for each other. But he is patient and is ready to follow his heart. The story has everything you want – romance; angst; a dark, handsome hero; a smart, witty heroine; two nasty family members (not sure who was worse!); and cute animals (Peony, Mr. Wiggles, and Acorn). I thoroughly loved this story!!
lcdolphin More than 1 year ago
"A Rose for a Rogue" is a wonderful story of two people who share "a legendary love". Their families are enemies, they are from different classes, they have quite different ways of looking at life, and yet - perfect for each other. It's not all roses and sunshine (please excuse the pun) but that's what makes the story so compelling and such a good read. Highly recommend
McM0mmy-PW More than 1 year ago
Eden was a type of heroine that's almost perfect. Always cheerful and looking for the best in everyone no matter how they treat her. Chester was more cynical of everyone including Eden at first, but he quickly came to love her. I enjoyed watching them come to love each other, I just wish there were more dire circumstances for those who hurt Eden! This was one where almost everyone had a HEA. Thank you for the advance copy
PegC51 More than 1 year ago
On his way home to be with his dying (so he claims) father, Manchester, Lord Sterling, meets Miss Eglantina Eden Haverden. Miss Eden is lovely, cheerful, and has a wonderful sense of humor. She has a menagerie of odd pets and puts a sunbonnet on her horse. Chester is taken with her almost immediately. The problem is that the families are involved in a feud. Neither family wants to see them together. Can Chester convince them to end the feud? Is there a way for him and Miss Eden to be together? Chester is pretty smart, so it is possible. A Rose for a Rogue is a delightful addition to the Waltz With a Rogue series. Chester and Eden have great chemistry. They would both like to help the families make amends within and between the families. The old Duke and Eden’s brother are stubborn and mean, but possibly redeemable. The story flows along quickly with a good dose of action and drama, as well as a surprise or two, and a blue rose.
Detaildi More than 1 year ago
In A Rose for a Rogue, book 6 in her A Waltz with a Rogue series, Collette Cameron once again manages to weave an enchanting story filled with engaging characters, whimsy, humor, delightful pet animals and struggles the two main characters must overcome before they find their happily ever after. From the first moment they meet, Manchester (Chester), Marquis of Sterling, is captivated by Eden Haverden. After receiving word that his father is very ill, Chester plans a return home after several years of absence. On the way home, he visits a nearby tavern after his horse is lamed. Upon exiting the tavern, he literally runs into Eden Haverden who upends her basket of eggs onto his boots. From that moment on, Chester is captivated by Eden and begs a ride home from her. Eden is the illegitimate sister of a man who killed Chester’s older brother in a ridiculous duel years before. His brother had been the favored son and his father blamed Chester for his death as well as Eden’s family. Both of them have obstacles to overcome. As the sole support for her ill mother, Eden has done her utmost to live a scandal-free life due to the status of her birth. Chester has been diligent about the life he has led and wants to remove the taint of a sinful duchy. I loved both of these main characters. Rightfully so, Eden is wary of trusting anyone of the ton or gentry. It took her longer to believe in Chester as she first thought him a charming rogue. Though Eden would be deemed unsuitable by his peers, Chester was so attracted to her and found her so unexpected that he knew she was perfect for him. He knows sooner than her that he wants her in his life permanently. His challenge is to find the right moment to convince her. Not helping in this situation is his conniving father, the Duke DeCourcy. If you want a delightful, sweet romance to read and enjoy, I sincerely recommend this work by Collette Cameron. I was lucky to receive an ARC from the author and offer this voluntary and unbiased review.
georgia1 More than 1 year ago
When I read a story by this author, I know I am always in for some whimsical characters and words I have not heard used in a long time and I love it! Chester, Marquess of Sterling has come home after years away due to word of his dying father. By happenstance ( or was it?) his horse goes lame at the tavern and he gets a ride from Eden (Eglantina Eden Haverden) to his home. Of course Eden has her beloved dog with her and her horse has a sun bonnet on its head! Chester is totally enchanted and finds out she is the illegitimate sister of the man who killed his brother years ago. One thing leads to another and as he takes her to her home, she shows him her rose garden and there is the blue rose with buds on it. I adored Eden! She was very whimsical with her pet squirrel Acorn and menagerie of people and animals. Chester was just swoon worthy and great interaction between the two. I loved Chester's thoughts "There was something truly unique about Miss Eden Haverden". Can the legendary rose bring them together even though their families had been enemies? You will be totally enchanted by this story and heave a heartfelt sigh at the end. This was part of the Rogues to Lovers collection. Lori Dykes