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Mr. Impossible Rupert Carsington, fourth son of the Earl of Hargate, is his aristocratic family s favourite disaster He is irresistibly handsome and irretrievably irresponsible Wherever he goes, trouble follows Still, Rupert s never met an entanglement emotional or other he couldn t escapeOnly now he s a prisoner in Cairo s most infamous prison, and his only way out is accepting a beautiful widow s dangerous proposal Scholar Daphne Pembroke wants him to rescue her brother, who s been kidnapped by a rival seeking a fabled treasure Their partnership is strictly business she ll provide the brains he, the brawn Simple enough in theoryBut as tensions flare and inhibitions melt in the blazing desert heat, the most disciplined of women and the most reckless of men are about to clash in the most impossibly irresistible way [BOOKS] ✫ Rumor Has It (Texas Cattleman’s Club: A Missing Mogul Author Maureen Child – Kleankitchen.co.uk fourth son of the Earl of Hargate ❮Download❯ ➸ CEOs Marriage Seduction / His Style of Seduction Author Anna DePalo – Kleankitchen.co.uk is his aristocratic family s favourite disaster He is irresistibly handsome and irretrievably irresponsible Wherever he goes ➽ [Download] ✤ ネクラートホリック [Nekrateholic] By Maguro Wasabi ➲ – Kleankitchen.co.uk trouble follows Still [Read] ➱ Wycliffe and the Cycle of Death ➹ W.J. Burley – Kleankitchen.co.uk Rupert s never met an entanglement emotional or other he couldn t escapeOnly now he s a prisoner in Cairo s most infamous prison [PDF / Epub] ✪ All The Flowers in Paris ☆ Sarah Jio – Kleankitchen.co.uk and his only way out is accepting a beautiful widow s dangerous proposal Scholar Daphne Pembroke wants him to rescue her brother ❰Reading❯ ➷ Flashpoint Author Connie Hall – Kleankitchen.co.uk who s been kidnapped by a rival seeking a fabled treasure Their partnership is strictly business she ll provide the brains he ❴Ebook❵ ➥ Baby Twins Author Teresa Carpenter – Kleankitchen.co.uk the brawn Simple enough in theoryBut as tensions flare and inhibitions melt in the blazing desert heat ❰PDF / Epub❯ ☉ Found Author Amy Andrews – Kleankitchen.co.uk the most disciplined of women and the most reckless of men are about to clash in the most impossibly irresistible way


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  1. Ingie Ingie says:

    Review written August 20, 20164.4 Stars Yay, this was a very amusing audiobook listening I just adored these lovely witty and sassy lovebirds My very favorite kind of lighthearted but still lovely romantic suspenseful historical.Once again time for me to get my greedy hands on a Loretta Chase historical This time the 11 48 hours Mr Impossible, the second audiobook edition in the Carsington Brothers series narrated by Kate Reading Book 2 Mr Impossible was a absolutely perfect car Review written August 20, 20164.4 Stars Yay, this was a very amusing audiobook listening I just adored these lovely witty and sassy lovebirds My very favorite kind of lighthearted but still lovely romantic suspenseful historical.Once again time for me to get my greedy hands on a Loretta Chase historical This time the 11 48 hours Mr Impossible, the second audiobook edition in the Carsington Brothers series narrated by Kate Reading Book 2 Mr Impossible was a absolutely perfect car driving listening this Olympic week A historical set in Egypt nearly two hundreds years 1821 ago Full speed from start to finish a beautiful sweet HEA course and not a boring or slow minute Mr Impossible is the story about Rupert Carsington, fourth son of the Earl of Hargate, a irresistibly handsome and unapologetically irresponsible young noble man who is his big aristocratic family s favorite disaster Sent to Egypt he soon stumbles over the bookish scholar and interesting Daphne Pembroke Our heroine is a British young widow who needs Mr Carsington s immediately help to rescue her brother Miles She fears her beloved brother and best friend has been kidnapped by a rival seeking a legendary old Egypt treasure The partnership will be strictly business she ll be the brains he, the brawn A bit traditional HR fluffy, romantic lightly hot and steamy, a gorgeous dream hero and much much laughter Add some nice second characters and a adventurous journey along the river Nile s fascinating ancient pyramids, Pharaoh tombs and old smelling mummies Terrific Maybe I will write a proper review some day I will anyway without doubt continue this Carsington Family series Audiobook and narratorThere are some fabulous great author narrator combos to explore in the romance genre Chase Reading is one of those simply fantastic It just can t be much better You know you will get a high standard performance every time I LIKE to smile, giggles and chuckle early nice summer mornings when doing my 45 minutes drive to work A year ago I also very much enjoyed the next installment, 3 Lord Perfect 4.3 stars A lovetale about another muchstiff and proper brother but as entertaining Recommended as well.


  2. Dina Dina says:

    This was a very fun historical romance set in an exotic location Egypt , with charming and adventurous characters The second book in the Carsington Brothers series, Mr Impossible is about Rupert Carsington, the reckless fourth son of the powerful Earl of Hargate.Here s what we learn about Rupert in the first pages of the book In the month and a half since the Earl of Hargate s fourth son had arrived in Egypt, he had broken twenty three separate laws and been jailed nine times For what MrThis was a very fun historical romance set in an exotic location Egypt , with charming and adventurous characters The second book in the Carsington Brothers series, Mr Impossible is about Rupert Carsington, the reckless fourth son of the powerful Earl of Hargate.Here s what we learn about Rupert in the first pages of the book In the month and a half since the Earl of Hargate s fourth son had arrived in Egypt, he had broken twenty three separate laws and been jailed nine times For what Mr Carsington had cost theEnglandconsulate in fines and bribes, Mr SaltHis Majesty s consul generalmight have dismantled and shipped to England one of the smaller temples on the island of Philae.He now knew exactly why Lord Hargate had sent his twenty nine year old offspring to Egypt It was not, as his lordship had written, to assist the consul general in his services on behalf of the nation It was to saddle someone else with the responsibility and expense.LOL Yes, Rupert Carsington is the ultimate Mr Impossible.When Mrs Daphne Pembroke, a 28 year old widow who s secretly a linguistic genius and has been trying to solve the mystery of Egyptian writing for years, seeks Mr Salt s assistance to rescue her kidnapped brother Miles, the helpful consul general finds the perfect opportunity to get himself rid of the troublemaker Mr Carsington and offers the gentleman s services to her Daphne isn t sure about Rupert when she meets him because he seems to be, well, dim witted, but she takes him anyway after all, she s intelligent enough for both and all she needs from him is his brawny body No, not for that At least, not right away That s how Rupert and Daphne get together and start their adventurous quest for her brother Miles and what a bumpy and fun ride that turns out to be Clich , but I have to say it Rupert and Daphne were perfect for each other He was tall, dark, handsome and, yay , not as stupid as he pretended to be She was a bookish, no nonsense, beautiful woman trained by her deceased husband to hide her figure and her passions He made her laugh and set her free of her misconceptions about herself, and she helped him find a purpose in life to love her and make her happy Yup, that was it and that was my problem with this book I loved Rupert s antics and his sense of humor was contagious, but I m not sure I got him I didn t understand why he acted the way he did, pretending to be an idiot when he was clearly an intelligent man What good came out of it His family thought he was a helpless hellion They loved him, but I don t think they respected him much Luckily for him, Daphne saw through his fa ade and fell in love with him Besides Rupert and Daphne, this book also has a charming set of secondary characters Daphne s crazy servants were hillarious and the villains yes, there wasthan one were conniving and ruthless I was surprised at the body count in this book, but Ms Chase didn t dwell on that so I decided to let it go I wasn t going to let that pesky, gory detail ruin my fun, LOL.As for the plot, this story had it all Action, intrigue, suspense, humor, romance, mayhem, you name it All events were aptly connected in the end, even the ones that were mentioned for no obvious reason at first I love it when an author keeps all the facts in line and doesn t get lost somewhere in the middle of the road Yes, Lora Leigh, I m talking to you LOL The ending was a little vague to suit me The HEA was there, but I didn t get enough of it to see what kind of life Rupert and Daphne will have I can t say , you ll have to read the book to understand or not how I feel about it.Overall, I had a great, fun time reading this book It didn t make my keepers shelf, but I highly recommend it for everyone who loves funny historical romances


  3. Robin (Bridge Four) Robin (Bridge Four) says:

    Sometimes after a lot of time spent in fantasy I need something just full of cotton candy fluff and usually Historical Romance is that for me Mr Impossible definitely fit the bill and was exactly what I needed.It was a fun blend of funny and clever mixed with far away places in a far away time It was like The Mummy meets a Jane Austin Novel Rupert as a hero was so much fun and his teasing with Daphne is adorableThat man, she said in low but still audible tones, is an idiot Yes, mada Sometimes after a lot of time spent in fantasy I need something just full of cotton candy fluff and usually Historical Romance is that for me Mr Impossible definitely fit the bill and was exactly what I needed.It was a fun blend of funny and clever mixed with far away places in a far away time It was like The Mummy meets a Jane Austin Novel Rupert as a hero was so much fun and his teasing with Daphne is adorableThat man, she said in low but still audible tones, is an idiot Yes, madam, but he s all we ve got I may be stupid, Rupert said, but I m irresistibly attractive Good grief, conceited too, she muttered And being a great, dumb ox, he went on, I m wonderfully easy to manage She paused and turned to Beechey Are you sure there s no one elseDaphne is brilliant when it comes languages but she is a woman and so no one takes her seriously She has filtered all of her work through her brother for years So when someone kidnaps him thinking he will be able to translate a papyrus rud to lead to a treasure in Egypt Daphne needs some help to find him before the kidnappers discover he can t do it.Rupert might not have been her first choice The man has been introuble in Egypt than any other Englishman alive, but she is desperate and he is intrigued by the clever woman hiding behind the veil with the fantastically entertaining temper He pushes her buttons just to see it flair.The adventure to find Daphne s brother was fun and I loved the setting of Egypt as the backdrop for the story, I just pretended it was like the settings in The Mummy movies Rupert and Daphne have quite a few close calls and excitement along the way as well as some heated kisses andwink, wink The resolution to the plot and the love affair was also well done view spoilerI am not insane, he said A woman of your highly advanced intellect ought to be able to perceive that I am in love With you I wish you had told me It was deuced embarrassing to find it out from your brotherhide spoiler They are adorably perfect together.This was my very first Loretta Chase book but I like the premise of the Carsington Brothers and so I will most likely continue on with the series


  4. Rane Rane says:

    This was such a fun and delightful read it had me laughing till my sides hurt Rupert wasn t a tragic hero wasn t someone who had any hardships what he is, is a loveable dork with a carefree, laid back attitude with a sly sense of humor that would have anyone either shaking their heads or laughing along with him Although he makes everyone assume he has nothing in his head, he surprises everyone and even himself with his insight on people and matters, but always has time for a good This was such a fun and delightful read it had me laughing till my sides hurt Rupert wasn t a tragic hero wasn t someone who had any hardships what he is, is a loveable dork with a carefree, laid back attitude with a sly sense of humor that would have anyone either shaking their heads or laughing along with him Although he makes everyone assume he has nothing in his head, he surprises everyone and even himself with his insight on people and matters, but always has time for a good fight and naming every animal he comes across some oddball name even the boat he happens to sail Unlike other romance heros, he pretty upfront with his feelings and doesn t hide behind a temper or runs away from troubles but fights them head on which ends up getting him intotrouble Which Daphne usually has to bail him out of Daphne is bookish and doesn t have to much to do with the outside world expect for anything dealing with her books and studies She cares deeply for her brother and goes out of her way to save him even so much as getting help from the so called dumb ox Mr Rupert Carsington, but because she s pretty much become a hermit after the death of her first husband ,trying to prove her worth in a man s world, she s been missing out on life With a temper and guts she goes on a misadventure with Rupert finding herself along the way Rupert and Daphne are a great pair, bringing out something in each other that they didn t even know they had in them With Daphne, she was scared of people s judgement of her and her work, she hides behind her brother and his name Self conscious about her looks and passion from her husband s treatment blooms with Rupert With Rupert he finds someone to protect and someone who will stand beside him no matter what with a sense of humor to boot I thought it was pretty charming when Rupert finally figures out he s in love with Daphne not knowing what that emotion was along The tension between the two is great addinghumorous moments to an already humor filled book The secondary characters were great and moved the story along in a fast pace adding adventure and trouble in the pathway of Rupert and Daphne I feel my only trouble with the whole book wasn t the story or any of it s characters, but with the way it was told, I really couldn t get the hang of how Loretta Chase kept jumping back and forth between characters POVs and found it pretty annoying at times.Overall a adventure filled romance boos with two characters you can t help but love and lots of humor that will having you laughing long after you read it


  5. Christina ~ Brunette Reader Christina ~ Brunette Reader says:

    When it comes to romantic adventures, Mr Impossible is an extremely fun romp showing what happens when you move some typical Regency fare into an archaeological Egypt setting and you do it right In the same niche up on par with Connie Brockway s As You Desire and its sequel


  6. Natalie Natalie says:

    This is the best romance novel I have ever read So this is a review I wrote elsewhere and I think it s amusing so I m cutting pasting it here.Okay, my favoritest favorite favorite romance novel right now is Loretta Chase s Mr Impossible It is GEEEEEENIUS Daphne is a brilliant hieroglyphics scholar and she married an old dude b c he totes promised her that she could continue to be a brilliant person EXCEPT HE LIED AND WAS A JACKASS AND TRIED TO SQUISH HER SPIRIT BOOOOOOOOOOOO Then he die This is the best romance novel I have ever read So this is a review I wrote elsewhere and I think it s amusing so I m cutting pasting it here.Okay, my favoritest favorite favorite romance novel right now is Loretta Chase s Mr Impossible It is GEEEEEENIUS Daphne is a brilliant hieroglyphics scholar and she married an old dude b c he totes promised her that she could continue to be a brilliant person EXCEPT HE LIED AND WAS A JACKASS AND TRIED TO SQUISH HER SPIRIT BOOOOOOOOOOOO Then he died YAY but she is totally skittish and sorta traumatized AS YOU DO and then her brother disappears because everyone thinks he s the brilliant scholar because it is 1820 and everyone knows that girls can t be Egyptologists and there is hidden treasure OF COURSE and he has to help find it or else And then there s Rupert, who is kind of a big doofus and an English aristrocrat, natch and honorable and kind and the first time he sees Daphne she s in full mourning complete with veil so he totally cannot see what she looks like apart from female and HE THINKS SHE IS TOTALLY HOT The entire book is about HOW HOT HE THINKS HER BRAINS ARE And they go off looking for her brother, they have hot sexytimes in a pyramid in the middle of a sandstorm WHAT YOU HAVE NEVER DONE THIS , an Evil White Imperialist Pig gets what s coming to him, brother gets saved, Daphne gets recognized for being BRILLIANT, they live HAPPILY EVER AFTER AMEN


  7. Danielle The Book Huntress (Back to the Books) Danielle The Book Huntress (Back to the Books) says:

    My faith in Loretta Chase was firmly restored with this book It was a grand adventure with an unforgettable hero and a strong, independent, intelligent heroine, and it was set in Egypt I do love adventure romances with exotic settings The dialogue sparkles, as Rupert always knows the most outrageous things to say to shock Daphne He comes off as being a loser, but he s a very sharp, resourceful guy, and he comes to Daphne s aid multiple times In fact, he is just what Daphne needs as she is s My faith in Loretta Chase was firmly restored with this book It was a grand adventure with an unforgettable hero and a strong, independent, intelligent heroine, and it was set in Egypt I do love adventure romances with exotic settings The dialogue sparkles, as Rupert always knows the most outrageous things to say to shock Daphne He comes off as being a loser, but he s a very sharp, resourceful guy, and he comes to Daphne s aid multiple times In fact, he is just what Daphne needs as she is suffering from Premature Aging Syndrome Her deceased husband was older than her and very stodgy, and so she s a bit stiff Yes, she s a bit on the stuffy side, but she s spunky and sharp tongued,than able to keep up with Rupert Her one and only passion prior to Rupert, of course is her love of deciphering hieroglyphics, a talent she had to keep hidden because of her husbands beliefs against educated, passionate women If you like movies like The Mummy and Indiana Jones, you ll like this I think Daphne and Evie from The Mummy have some things in common There are not many love scenes in this book, but Chase makes them count, and you never doubt the emotions between Rupert and Daphne Although Lord of Scoundrels, The Last Hellion, and The Mad Earl s Bride are still my favorites by her, this book is an excellent addition to my keeper shelf


  8. Quinn Quinn says:

    3.5 starsI m coming to the conclusion that there s something about Loretta Chase s writing that just doesn t quite click with me Despite all the attractions of this novel, and there are plenty, I found myself at times wondering when I would finish it so I could move on I never do that with the novels that click with me I m too busy enjoying the ride.Is she too heavy on the narration, or is the style of narration I m just not sure I love her characters, I love the dialogue, so I figure it m 3.5 starsI m coming to the conclusion that there s something about Loretta Chase s writing that just doesn t quite click with me Despite all the attractions of this novel, and there are plenty, I found myself at times wondering when I would finish it so I could move on I never do that with the novels that click with me I m too busy enjoying the ride.Is she too heavy on the narration, or is the style of narration I m just not sure I love her characters, I love the dialogue, so I figure it must be something to do with the narration, right Or maybe it s the pacing Argh I wish I knew, but every time I picked this book up I found myself checking to see how many pages I had left to go and I was always a little disappointed to see that there were so many.The only other thing I can think of and this is going to sound ridiculous is the printing of the book itself It was a large format paperback no probs there but with tightly spaced writing so, looong pages printed on poor quality, rough and slightly coloured pages It made the book feel really old and slow going It was the same with Miss Wonderful, which I also rated 3.5 stars.Anyway, as I said, there was a lot to like in Mr Impossible Rupert, fourth son of the Earl of Hargate and brother to Alistair from Miss Wonderful was pretty wonderful himself, and such a change from the usual hero Rupert is a real character a goofy, larrikin trouble maker who takes a perverse pleasure in shocking people But he also is a man of great strength and courage, capable of sweet tenderness A truly delightful combination.Daphne Pembroke, a 28 year old scholar, was made by her late husband to feel unattractive and unwomanly due to her bookishness, intellect and passion Her confidence shattered, she has dedicated herself to her studies of ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphs, and hides her talent and achievements behind her brother, believing them to be inappropriate and unwelcome to others.When Daphne is forced by circumstances to enlist Rupert s aid in finding her kidnapped brother, the pair embark on an action packed and dangerous adventure up the Nile and among the ancient tombs and ruins.Rupert and Daphne are the embodiment of the saying opposites attract They are fascinated by and truly appreciate and respect each others differences The things that others find unappealing about them are seen as special and wondrous I really loved them as a couple, and didn t close the cover with any concerns about their ability to make it work Their dialogue and banter was great.The author also did a fantastic job on the setting She really brought ancient Egypt to life and captured the feel of the land, its people and the utter devastation caused to the tombs and their contents due to the lack of respect and mercenary nature of treasure hunters I loved the setting and felt that the author did it justice no mean feat in itself.The side characters were also a quirky and well drawn bunch who added some great levity and personality to the mix even Marigold the Mongoose The baddies were also nicely characterised for the most part and served to add great contrast to the humour.And yet sigh Even with all these wonderful elements, the final product was just not as good as the sum of its parts for me I m still looking forward to the next in the series, and hoping to get it in different format binding so I can further test my theory


  9. Ursula Ursula says:

    Oh how much I enjoyed this audio version of Mr Impossible I can see myself listening to the whole Carsington series, that s for sure.LC knows just how to create a hero and heroine who are strong and independent, but also vulnerable and tender I think tenderness is what is so often missing in HR today, with all these alpha man whores and sexually confident yet spineless heroines.This was such a different story a brilliant intellect, Daphne, partnered with a very physical, earthy man She value Oh how much I enjoyed this audio version of Mr Impossible I can see myself listening to the whole Carsington series, that s for sure.LC knows just how to create a hero and heroine who are strong and independent, but also vulnerable and tender I think tenderness is what is so often missing in HR today, with all these alpha man whores and sexually confident yet spineless heroines.This was such a different story a brilliant intellect, Daphne, partnered with a very physical, earthy man She valued and admired his strength and uncomplicated regard for her, he adored her body AND especially her mind I loved that Here was a man who was simply proud of the woman s intelligence and her intellectual achievements Daphne was the one who had to get over her intellectual snobbery, to stop seeing Rupert as a mindless, dumb ox, only interested in sex and fisticuffs Oh, he was VERY invested in sex it was so funny that every time he was trying to come up with a plan for their crusade to find her brother, all he kept thinking was how he wanted to get her naked He was intelligent, too, but had never been regarded as such If you tell someone often enough you are a useless, dumb, irresponsible playboy, then that s all you will think you can be With Daphne, Rupert finally found someone who appreciated his gifts and talents, especially because they were exactly what was needed during their adventure She depended on him and he came through for her.There was plenty of wit Daphne had a lovely acerbic turn of phrase, Rupert surprisingly clever rejoinders, and the villain was a classic Dr Evil type, except he looked like an angel His joy at receiving someone s head in a basket was hilarious, and Daphne s brother, although having only a small role in the book, made some pithy and very amusing comments about his own situation I smiled A LOT in this book I giggled I was moved It was bloody adorable Most importantly, there was no poorly contrived, pseudo angst created by blowing easily resolved conflict out of all proportion, just to drag the story out to the publisher s requisite length The reservations the MCs had about having a future together were honest and real They were very different people It was going to take a while for Rupert to understand that what he felt was love the first time and for Daphne to believe that he would actually want to be with her view spoiler Her former husband really did a number on her self esteem because he was so jealous of her intellect hide spoiler.The cherry on top The exotic locale Egypt Lots of great research and the feeling that I was really there in the heat and dust Man, even I could smell the mummies that made Rupert s stomach turn Kate Reading She is a phenomenal narrator She managed to individualise all the characters, her accents were fabulous and how she could create a conversation where the characters interrupted each other so that it actually sounded like two people interrupting each other was crazy good Her bad guys were really scary, too the tone made my blood run cold.Again, props to Caz and the Audiogals for pointing me in this direction I have read everything LC has written now I get to hear them all again So much joy Just need Rupert to be voiced by Richard Armitage I just can t help myself


  10. Ms. Smartarse Ms. Smartarse says:

    I m not entirely sure why I ended up picking a book from the historical romance genre for a pick me up, as they don t generally earnthan an I guess, it was fine score from me, but something in here just worked.I suppose most of its appeal stems from the uncanny resemblance to the 1999 Mummy movie , which is one of my all time favorite guilty pleasures I mean, getting to see Brendan Fraser let loose in full regency garb, or have Rachel Weisz prance around in flimsy white linnens is a d I m not entirely sure why I ended up picking a book from the historical romance genre for a pick me up, as they don t generally earnthan an I guess, it was fine score from me, but something in here just worked.I suppose most of its appeal stems from the uncanny resemblance to the 1999 Mummy movie , which is one of my all time favorite guilty pleasures I mean, getting to see Brendan Fraser let loose in full regency garb, or have Rachel Weisz prance around in flimsy white linnens is a definite plus To say nothing of the steamy scenesIn short there is a lot of swooning, a truckload of highly unrealistic not to mention uncomfortable sex, some hilariously ominous villains, and for bonus points an adorably mischievious mongoose.Score 3 5 starsI loved the aforementioned movie, and this book has also answered my pressing questions regarding the logistics for steamy, romantic sex in the desert hell a uncomfortable, but somehow still incredibly hot aside the obvious reasons.Recommended for fans of the genre, fans of the 1999 Mummy movie, and also people who re not too bothered by in accurate depictions of early XIXth century Egypt Review of book 1 Miss WonderfulReview of book 3 Lord Perfect


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