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An Improper Encounter (The Macalisters #3) by Erica Taylor – Review by Tracy Manderson

An Improper Encounter (The Macalisters, #3)An Improper Encounter by Erica Taylor
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

An Improper Encounter (The Macalisters #3) by Erica Taylor
5 out of 5stars
An Improper Encounter is the third book in the Macalisters series written by Erica Taylor
And it’s the second book that I have read by this author and I loved the story. The plot was excellent and well written. The characters are strong and well written and I the loved the banter and quirkiness from them as well. We even see what the other characters from the first two books are up too.
Lady Sarah Hartford has done her duty to her family. She is beautiful, wealthy, widowed, and bored. Her sister in law and herself are at a inn and after agreeing to a scandalous dare to seduce a stranger into her bedchamber, she meets the devilishly handsome doctor, William Gordon. Though both keep their true identities hidden, an intense romance blooms between them, and Sarah finally feels like she could be happy again.
After they arrive in London, William promises to reunite with Sarah after dealing with his ailing father, the reason to which he was summoned to London. But three months pass, and Sarah begins to lose hope of ever seeing her lover again.
A few months later he arrives on her doorstep, married, a duke, and with a pregnant duchess in tow. As the pair try to untangle truth from lies while keeping their history a secret from everyone around them, they realize they may never be together.
I really enjoyed this book an highly recommend this book
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Tracy
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An Improper Encounter (The Macalisters Book 3) by Erica Taylor – Review by Dawn Daughenbaugh

An Improper Encounter (The Macalisters, #3)An Improper Encounter by Erica Taylor
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

5 Star
An Improper Encounter (The Macalisters Book 3) by Erica Taylor is a historical romance that I couldn’t put down once I started reading. I’m going to suggest if you haven’t read the first two books in this series as they will give back stories on the other characters as each Book is about a different Macalister. I’ve truly enjoyed this series and have loved getting to know each character .This story has some secrets, lies,and misunderstandings .Can Sarah.find here HEA!I highly recommend reading this book.(series).I look forward to reading more from this

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An Improper Encounter (The Macalisters Book 3) by Erica Taylor – Review by Jenni Bishop

An Improper Encounter (The Macalisters, #3)An Improper Encounter by Erica Taylor
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

An Improper Encounter (The Macalisters Book 3) by Erica Taylor is an historical romance with with lots of mystery and drama, heartache and suspense, scandal and attempted murder, lies and deceit. As I have mentioned before historical romances are not my thing unless they are done right and trust me Erica has done it right. The characters in this series are family and are in each and every book, given there are so many of them, so I suggest you read the other two books before reading this one, so you know and understand their wonderful background and their stories, which makes the reading experience so much better. Erica has thrown in quite a few twists to this plot and keeps you guessing all the way through.

Sarah survived being ill treated in a horrible marriage but is now a widow. She helped/helps raise her younger siblings after the death of her parents and has always acted like the lady she is expected to be in society, even though she is tired of it. Whilst away, her best friend dares her to put aside propriety and just live.

William Gordon gets the shock of his life, when stopping at an Inn, where he meets the lovely widow. Travelling together brings them closer than they ever could have imagined and promises were made. Unfortunately lies and deceit had other ideas that lead to pain and heartache, sorrow and hate and broken hearts.

I recommend this series to all historical romance lovers and even those who are not and want to take a chance like I did.

Reviewed by @jennadb

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An Improper Encounter (The Macalisters Book 3) by Erica Taylor – Review by Tracy Wilkin

An Improper Encounter (The Macalisters, #3)An Improper Encounter by Erica Taylor
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

An Improper Encounter is book three in the Macalisters by Erica Taylor. These stories from yesteryear are a delightful and much welcome change to my reading regime. A talent with the words, Erica Taylor can certainly keep a reader captivated and eager for more. The story was complete, with characters that were engaging and enigmatic, with personalities and desires not commonly norm for the era. I love reading about a more risque character, and Lady Sarah Hartford is all that, and more. Her and William embarked on an intensely mysterious love affair, while hiding their true identities. If that didn’t get your blood flowing, then something is wrong. The William disappears, only to reappear months later.

Such a delicious story, shrouded in mystery, lies and deception. Heartbreaking decisions, secrecy and a bone deep connection has them struggling to keep afloat. A plethora of emotions were wrenched from me. Suspenseful right until the end, I was entranced with the characters and the context it was written in. A mystifying tale that would suit most readers. 4 stars

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An Improper Encounter (The Macalisters #3) by Erica Taylor – Review by Emily Walsh

An Improper Encounter (The Macalisters, #3)An Improper Encounter
ByErica Taylor
My Rating: 4 of 5 stars

An Improper Encounter (The Macalisters #3) by Erica Taylor was an engaging, steamy read, that had me hooked from start to finish.

Not my first read by this author or in this series, needless to say but I’m a little hooked on this series. I’ve always been visitor to historical fiction but never stay longer than a few books here and there. This book opens in a bar setting, already telling you this isn’t going to be your normal historical fiction. This series, has sparked a new reading fire, and I’m liking it.

Fast pace and steamy, we’re tossed into the love affair right out of the gate, and it moves fast, fun and a little hot. I love the straightforwardness of Sarah, she’s isn’t just a proper lady. She’s got sass and bight. She saw what she wanted and went after it. William was pretty okay as well, but I really enjoyed Sarah’s character as a whole.

I will say that after the love affair, things did slow down a little bit. And that misunderstanding, was a little too predictable, and well, as much as I love Sarah, and that first half of the book, I just wish the second half had the same hot steamy engagement. I don’t know if it was done to up the word count, but I felt like I was wading through mud to get to the point where Sarah and William finally got to be together again.

Overall I very much enjoy this story, so please take my super high recommendation and my stamp of approval, that you need to get your hands on not only this book but the others in the series.

Happy Reading

Review by @eawalsh

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An Improper Encounter (The Macalisters Book 3) by Erica Taylor – Review by Erica Fish

An Improper Encounter (The Macalisters, #3)An Improper Encounter by Erica Taylor
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

An Improper Encounter is the third book in the Macalisters series by Erica Taylor. This book can be a stand-alone story but if you read the previous two books you will get some insight to this story. Erica Taylor has done an amazing job with the Macalisters sisters. Out of the three I will admit this story was most interested in. This is Lady Sarah’s story. Her story is one of love, lost, and bewilderment. Will fate hurt Sarah’s chance at love or will they overcome what has happened?

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An Improper Encounter (The Macalisters Book 3) by Erica Taylor – Review by Sara Oxton

An Improper Encounter (The Macalisters, #3)An Improper Encounter by Erica Taylor
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

An Improper Encounter by Erica Taylor a five-star read that is most certainly proper. This is the third novel in the Macalisters series, they can be read as stand alone but I have read them as a series and enjoyed them more as such. If you like the historical romance genre then you will enjoy this series. Sarah is definitely my favourite character in this series, she has so much thrown at her but still is a lady throughout. There were parts that dragged a little, bit overall at the end I was happy I had read it.

Review by @saraoxo

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An Improper Encounter (The Macalisters Book 3) by Erica Taylor – Review by Michelle Austin

An Improper Encounter (The Macalisters, #3)An Improper Encounter by Erica Taylor
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

An Improper Encounter was a good 4 star read and book three in The Macalisters series.

Sarah is a widow who is looking for a man to warm her bed. She was challenged by Lady Lydia Hartford, her widowed sister-in-law. They had a reward on the line. The winner is free from anything Radcliff for six whole months.

This is how she meets William. William is on his way to London when he stopped for the night. Intrigued by Sarah, he went along with her little game. These two end up traveling together and start to fall in love. Sarah is finally starting to feel happy again. When William disappears and reappears as a Duke with a pregnant wife, things change drastically.

Is he really married and if so why? Can Sarah and William figure things out and have a HEA?

Overall this was a fun read, I had some LOL moments with the bantering between them. The secondary characters were good, I liked seeing some of the other characters from previous books in the series. You can read this as a stand alone, however it’s best to start with book one. Erica Taylor does a great job of pulling you right in with her writing. I would like to see more from these two since it felt like it ended quickly, we do get a HEA which I was happy with. 1-click and get started today.

Reviewed by @mab54615
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An Improper Encounter (The Macalisters #3) by Erica Taylor – Review by Gail Guerrero

An Improper Encounter (The Macalisters, #3)An Improper Encounter by Erica Taylor
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

An Improper Encounter by Erica Taylor

Five Stars

**may contain spoilers**

I truly enjoy historical romance novels. The dresses, the balls and of course the courting. I know it wasn’t all perfect during this time frame. Where women had no rights but there was a line that was not to be crossed. Men actually had to show you interest in a very public way. The level of manners they had compared to men now is something women wish for. Sarah had me upset during some parts of the book. She was always so proper and it wasn’t needed. Her family loved her no matter what she did. But she held herself so high up that she did smell the rot until she was broken. William was a pushover for allowing himself to be trapped so easily. The end was sad because death was their only way of getting their HEA. Overall the story was enjoyable.

Reviewed by @gguerrero89
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An Improper Encounter (The Macalisters, #3) by Erica Taylor – Review by Sheri Schrader

An Improper Encounter (The Macalisters, #3)An Improper Encounter by Erica Taylor
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

An Improper Encounter by Erica Taylor is the third book in The Macalister’s series. This can be read as a standalone book but I recommend reading the other books because it lays some of the background down. The story is about Sarah Hartford and William Gordon set during in the past. Sarah is great because of being a submissive female she is strong and focused. This is a time period when reputations were very important and could ultimately make or break a person. Sarah and William had met in the past but when they meet again the circumstances have changed. Will they be a happily ever after?
I have enjoyed this series and this book as well. The characters are interesting and there is always a little bit of suspense to the stories. I also like that no one seems to be a complete dope. People are flawed but are smart enough and interesting. This keeps the stories progressing and me reading. I look forward to where this series progresses next.

Review by @sherimichelle1
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