Margaret and the Train Robbers: Lady Detective, Book Two

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20 reviews for Margaret and the Train Robbers: Lady Detective, Book Two

  1. Pico1

    A short and enjoyable story. Margaret is a clever and likable young woman who puts her intelligence in the service of London Detectives to solve a case they have not been able to solve. In the course of it she has a number of escapades, most of which involve sex. The story is written in a very light style and is a quick and pleasant read.

  2. Pico1

    A short and enjoyable story. Margaret is a clever and likable young woman who puts her intelligence in the service of London Detectives to solve a case they have not been able to solve. In the course of it she has a number of escapades, most of which involve sex. The story is written in a very light style and is a quick and pleasant read.

  3. ToniL

    This was a quick & easy read. I found the story enjoyable enough but would have benefited from reading the Book One first.

  4. ToniL

    This was a quick & easy read. I found the story enjoyable enough but would have benefited from reading the Book One first.

  5. SL

    4 stars

    I wasn’t sure I would like this story. The story is told in an English sort of way. The story is back in the 1800s with a very astute detective by the name of Margaret. Margaret is widowed, but her father and husband were both detectives, as was she for Scotland Yard. Margaret is willing to do whatever it takes to get the information on cases. She is not above deception, or sleeping with the enemy. She is asked to assist in a case where a woman says she was cheated out of her son’s money. In the process of solving that crime, she stumbles on additional cases she can assist in.
    I enjoyed the read and how all the facts came together. The story kind of suggested that it was
    acceptable to be married and have affairs on the side, so that money would not have to be given to your husband. Margaret was a force to be dealt with. She was smart and was good at her work. The story had a happy ending. All the cases were solved and loose ends tied up.

  6. SL

    4 stars

    I wasn??t sure I would like this story. The story is told in an English sort of way. The story is back in the 1800s with a very astute detective by the name of Margaret. Margaret is widowed, but her father and husband were both detectives, as was she for Scotland Yard. Margaret is willing to do whatever it takes to get the information on cases. She is not above deception, or sleeping with the enemy. She is asked to assist in a case where a woman says she was cheated out of her son??s money. In the process of solving that crime, she stumbles on additional cases she can assist in.
    I enjoyed the read and how all the facts came together. The story kind of suggested that it was
    acceptable to be married and have affairs on the side, so that money would not have to be given to your husband. Margaret was a force to be dealt with. She was smart and was good at her work. The story had a happy ending. All the cases were solved and loose ends tied up.

  7. Redrabbitt

    This detective mystery suspense story kept me captivated and the pages turning. It falls approximately four years after the first story, and Margaret Rowan is the widow of Captain William Stewart, having died in a cholera outbreak. Margaret is being summons out of retirement and her mourning period is long past, being two years since the death of William. This story revolves around historical facts with the author taking liberties to add a spin to the story. The great gold robbery from the train in 1855 has yet to be solved and Margaret is needed to speak to suspects and get valuable information. The links that she goes to makes this an erotic adventure and experience for her. It even allows her an audience with Queen Victoria. The plot is suspenseful, the characters ingenious, the dialog full of double entendres, and entertaining characters. This book reads well as a standalone. There are multiple spankings, various implements and sex scenes, as Margaret explores her sexuality.

  8. Redrabbitt

    This detective mystery suspense story kept me captivated and the pages turning. It falls approximately four years after the first story, and Margaret Rowan is the widow of Captain William Stewart, having died in a cholera outbreak. Margaret is being summons out of retirement and her mourning period is long past, being two years since the death of William. This story revolves around historical facts with the author taking liberties to add a spin to the story. The great gold robbery from the train in 1855 has yet to be solved and Margaret is needed to speak to suspects and get valuable information. The links that she goes to makes this an erotic adventure and experience for her. It even allows her an audience with Queen Victoria. The plot is suspenseful, the characters ingenious, the dialog full of double entendres, and entertaining characters. This book reads well as a standalone. There are multiple spankings, various implements and sex scenes, as Margaret explores her sexuality.

  9. Char1972

    Very good read with lots of spanking and a good mystery. It does have a few typos.

  10. Char1972

    Very good read with lots of spanking and a good mystery. It does have a few typos.

  11. DB

    Did not really like this book. It was not a romance book. It was a detective/ mystery book. There were spankings and one caning – which the man just did because he wanted to. It was a fast pace book and I read it in one sitting. I did not read the first book in this series and from the reviews it might have been better than this one. I gave this book 3 stars.

  12. DB

    Did not really like this book. It was not a romance book. It was a detective/ mystery book. There were spankings and one caning – which the man just did because he wanted to. It was a fast pace book and I read it in one sitting. I did not read the first book in this series and from the reviews it might have been better than this one. I gave this book 3 stars.

  13. BlushingButterflyGardens (verified owner)

    I did not read the first book in this series, and yet, I could follow along with the storyline of this installment. The book is very short; easy to finish in one sitting. The main character is intelligent and witty. She and other characters are quite entertaining. I liked the snappy dialogue.

  14. BlushingButterflyGardens (verified owner)

    I did not read the first book in this series, and yet, I could follow along with the storyline of this installment. The book is very short; easy to finish in one sitting. The main character is intelligent and witty. She and other characters are quite entertaining. I liked the snappy dialogue.

  15. Stats23

    This wonderful little book, by Sterling Scott, is a stand-alone follow up to “Miss Rowan Learns Her Lesson”. It begins with our heroine, Detective Margaret Stuart widow of the late Captain William Stuart, reminiscing her loss of innocence at the hand (literally) of William. The book then progresses at a rapid pace though the present day (for the book) solving of a great train robbery in England. A good story line with excellent erotic spankings throughout, and an open ended conclusion leaving the door open for, I hope, more adventures from our Lady Detective.
    A satisfying read that makes you want to go back and read the initial book in the series.
    Four and a half stars, with the hopes for five stars for the next installment.

  16. Stats23

    This wonderful little book, by Sterling Scott, is a stand-alone follow up to ???Miss Rowan Learns Her Lesson??. It begins with our heroine, Detective Margaret Stuart widow of the late Captain William Stuart, reminiscing her loss of innocence at the hand (literally) of William. The book then progresses at a rapid pace though the present day (for the book) solving of a great train robbery in England. A good story line with excellent erotic spankings throughout, and an open ended conclusion leaving the door open for, I hope, more adventures from our Lady Detective.
    A satisfying read that makes you want to go back and read the initial book in the series.
    Four and a half stars, with the hopes for five stars for the next installment.

  17. SouthernLady

    Bottom & Gold Shine Bright!

    Where’s The Gold? Well, if you mean where the missing gold for The Great Train Robbery Of 1855 you will have to read the book to find out, but as for the delicious, decadent daring femme detective in the book, truly that is real is the real gold for you the reader. Here is a mixture of sexual intrigue with a plot that is exciting and keeps you guessing. Margaret & The Train Robbers by Sterling Scott is ‘solid gold’ for the reader. Check it out for yourself.

  18. SouthernLady

    Bottom & Gold Shine Bright!

    Where??s The Gold? Well, if you mean where the missing gold for The Great Train Robbery Of 1855 you will have to read the book to find out, but as for the delicious, decadent daring femme detective in the book, truly that is real is the real gold for you the reader. Here is a mixture of sexual intrigue with a plot that is exciting and keeps you guessing. Margaret & The Train Robbers by Sterling Scott is ???solid gold?? for the reader. Check it out for yourself.

  19. gail (verified owner)

    boring story, and did not finish this book,,

  20. gail (verified owner)

    boring story, and did not finish this book,,

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