Fuming at her tyrannical grandfather’s demand that she marry a title, Harriet Finch plunges into a reckless, rebellious flirtation with a charming rogue. Imagine her chagrin when she discovers that her provocative new love is actually an earl! She’s furious, even though it’s the last thing he wants to be.
In a word: adorable. Sweet. Effervescent. This is a sweet, loving regency romance that ticks the boxes for a bit of bathtub reading. I would say the characters, dialogue, and conflict remind me more of Julia Quinn… The Romance Dish
I loved the connection Harriet and Jack had of their parents being disinherited. Although Harriet felt betrayed by Jack’s secret, it did allow their relationship to grow more than it would have otherwise. I loved getting to revisit with the duke and duchess and see how their relationship had grown. Harlequin Junkie
Highly recommend if you enjoy low-angst romance Lady With a Quill
An utterly delightful tale of deception and masquerade that sets a new bar for the Regency romp. Historical Novel Society
I enjoyed the slow-building romance between Harriet and Jack. They have great chemistry, and I enjoyed their banter. I also like Harriet’s friends and the lovely friendship that develops between Jack and Harriet’s mother. One Book More
…if you adore watching two unlikely (on the surface) people open themselves up to the possibility of one special person believing they are the moon and the stars… then you’ll feel right at home in Earl on the Run. Keeper Bookshelf
The two are kind-hearted and loving. Their goals align. The happily-ever-after is assured once they decide to be honest with one another. They are helped along by none other than James and Cecelia from The Duke Who Loved Me (and it was fun seeing their return.) I’m eager to see who the next heroine in the series will be! Reading World