Review: In Bed with the Earl by Christi Caldwell

In Bed with the Earl by Christi Caldwell

Montlake, 2020

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I’ve never yet been disappointed by a Christi Caldwell novel. And In Bed with the Earl is no exception.

What I’ve come to expect from a Christi Caldwell romance is a heroine who scrappily advocates for herself and her loved ones while making emotional jelly out of a lonely (and often grumpy) hero. There is always a sprinkle of melodrama and it’s ALWAYS high-voltage emotions.

I freaking love Christi Caldwell.

In Bed with the Earl is about Verity, a journalist who is literally willing to climb through the sewers of London to get the story that would save her family…and Malcolm, a long-lost Viscount turned “tosher” (a person who scavenges sewers for profit), and he’s all cold and emotionally scarred and so very in need a love from someone not afraid to blow up all his walls. I inhaled it.

Christi Caldwell is a perfect author to go to when the word and the news is weighing on you. Perfect, reliable, romance. She has several books available on Kindle Unlimited too so if you have a subscription you should definitely get on those! In Bed with the Earl comes out in March.

Thank you Netgalley and Montlake for the chance to read an advanced copy. I voluntarily read and reviewed this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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