Genre: Historical Romance

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Highland Spitfire by Mary Wine

July 25, 2017 Historical Romance, Reviews 0 ★★★★★

I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

Highland Spitfire by Mary WineHighland Spitfire by Mary Wine
Series: Highland Weddings #1
Published by Sourcebooks Casablanca on February 2, 2016
Genres: Historical Romance
Pages: 315
Format: eARC
Source: the Publisher
Goodreads
five-stars
Passion flares between enemies
Two hotheaded Highlanders, the offspring of feuding lairds, are tricked by the King's Regent into a desperate choice: marry or die. Bhaic MacPherson is more disposed to lead his clan into battle than stay married to the daughter of his enemy. But perhaps the intensity of his feelings has more to do with desire than hostility.


And the Highlands ignite
Ailis Robertson wanted a husband, not a savage-but when her family was faced with a deadly ultimatum, she had no choice. The union of a MacPherson and a Robertson could end three generations of hostilities between the two families, but can bitter rivals truly become lovers?

Another fantastic highland romance from Mary Wine!  HIGHLAND SPITFIRE pits the MacPhersons against the Robertson clans and to stop the endless feuding, the Queens Regent has ordered a marriage alliance between the two warring clans.  Ailis Robertson is quick to agree in order to save her father from the hanging that will follow if she does not.  Bhaic MacPherson reluctantly agrees much for the same reason.

Despite fierce opposition to her presence in the MacPherson castle, Ailis holds her head high and does her absolute best to make this alliance work.  She works without complaint and refuses to show fear in the face of the “enemy.”  She’s definitely the “highland spitfire” as the title suggests.

Bhaic is a fearsome warrior with a patient, loving heart beneath his tough exterior.  He is patient with Ailis and understanding of the foreign situation she finds herself in.  Bhaic is incredibly protective of those he loves and a typical brawny, brutish highlander, but he wants a willing wife, not a miserable one so he is willing to put aside his ways to woo his wife.

Together and after several trials, Ailis and Bhaic feel intense passion for each other.  Ailis is a little scared of the large warrior and Bhaic is unexpectedly overwhelmed at the thought of losing her, but nothing can stop the love that develops between these two enemies-to-lovers.

The world-building in this novel is phenomenal and the heat is off the charts!  Mary Wine always does a fantastic job of drawing her readers into a deep, historical story that ensures a scintillating love story.

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Heir to the Duke by Jane Ashford

July 20, 2017 Historical Romance, Reviews 0 ★★

I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

Heir to the Duke by Jane AshfordHeir to the Duke by Jane Ashford
Series: The Duke's Sons #1
Published by Sourcebooks Casablanca on January 5, 2016
Genres: Historical Romance
Pages: 352
Format: eARC
Source: the Publisher
Goodreads
two-stars
Nathaniel Gresham, the handsome Viscount Hargove, lives a life devoted to familial duty. As his father's eldest son, Nathaniel's identity remains the "heir to the Duke of Langford." But this quiet, restrained life changes the minute he marries sweet Lady Violet Devere.

Oppressed by her family all her life, Violet is longing for her marriage vows to be spoken. Though her arranged marriage to Nathaniel was not a match made for love, they're both looking forward to the comparative freedom of married life. And Violet is determined to show Nathaniel how to enjoy it, both in and out of the bedroom.

Violet Devere and Nathaniel Gresham have been engaged for years and Violet cannot be more excited to get out from under the thumb of her over-bearing grandmother.  HEIR TO THE DUKE begins almost immediately with the arranged marriage between Violet and Nathaniel.  While the focus is still on this couple finding happiness and love together, it takes the rather unusual position of beginning with the marriage rather than ending with it.

Violet is quiet and demure, but eager to find herself outside the influence of her grandmother.  Once married, she spends a great deal of time dancing and strolling around town, reveling in her freedom.

Nathaniel the young and handsome heir to a dukedom of some sort whose brothers have always relied on his dependability to get them out of scrapes.

The problem – one of many – was that the couple barely spent any time together.  Additionally, the story spent more time revolving around the evil grandmother than the couple.  I found Violet to be very childish.  She was more interested in buying new dresses and gallivanting about town than spending time getting to know her new husband.  Nathaniel isn’t much better, though I’d imagine a brick having more personality.  Nathaniel’s sole job throughout this book appeared to be reading innocuous letters from his five younger brothers.

I’m not really sure how I actually finished this book.  It was very nearly a DNF.

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The Highlander’s Accidental Marriage by Callie Hutton

July 13, 2017 Historical Romance, Reviews 0 ★★★★

I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

The Highlander’s Accidental Marriage by Callie HuttonThe Highlander's Accidental Marriage by Callie Hutton
Series: Marriage Mart Mayhem #6
Published by Entangled Publishing on November 20, 2015
Genres: Historical Romance
Pages: 250
Format: eARC
Source: the Publisher
Goodreads
four-stars
She never intended to take a husband...

Scotland, 1817

The Duke of Manchester's sister, Lady Sarah Lacey, always abides by the rules of etiquette. Fate, however, has no such confines. On a journey to the Scottish Highlands, Lady Sarah is set upon by misfortune-leaving her without carriage or chaperone, and left to the mercy of a kind and handsome gentleman. Whom (in order to secure a room at an inn) she announces is her husband.

When she proclaims they're married in public, Professor Braeden McKinnon can't bring himself to correct the lovely Lady Sarah. After all, her reputation would be ruined. Nor can he tell her that her proclamation is not only legally binding in Scotland, but sharing a room is considered to be an act of consummation...

Now they are bound together until death do they part-even if Sarah has no intention of becoming any man's wife.

Lady Sarah Lacey never wants to have a husband.  She’s convinced a husband will only stifle her dreams of becoming a writer and she enjoys her independence far too much to let a man tie her down.  A catastrophic trip to Scotland to see her married, pregnant sister lands her in the path of Braeden McKinnon.

Professor Braeden McKinnon is Sarah’s sweet-natured rescuer.  He’s intelligent, but just as hard-headed as Sarah.

Well, apparently in nineteenth-century Scotland, marriage is as simple as stating you’re married.  And that’s exactly how Sarah and Braeden end up married to one another – Sarah gets spooked by a funny look from an innkeeper and nervously declares that she’s married to Braeden to lessen the perceived impropriety of their situation.

I was a little annoyed by both Sarah and Braeden.  Both characters had their beliefs and misconceptions about the other that I feel could have been cleared up with a simple conversation.  But no, Sarah does what she wants and Braeden does what he wants and neither bother to compromise with the other until the very end.  It seemed like every major plot point turned on some form of miscommunication, though I’ll give points back for the author creating two very distinct character goals that cannot co-exist, requiring these stubborn characters to actually compromise of their desires like any normal couple.

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One Rogue at a Time by Jade Lee

July 11, 2017 Historical Romance, Reviews 0 ★★★

I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

One Rogue at a Time by Jade LeeOne Rogue at a Time by Jade Lee
Series: Rakes and Rogues #2
Published by Sourcebooks Casablanca on December 1, 2015
Genres: Historical Romance
Pages: 384
Format: eARC
Source: the Publisher
Goodreads
three-stars
A brown-eyed bastard with nothing to lose

As the illegitimate son of a duke, Bramwell Wesley Hallowsby grew up tough, on the fringes of society, learning to hide his hurt and cynicism with charm and Town polish. He’s carved out a place for himself as a mercenary, serving as bodyguard and general strong arm for the peerage. Bram has nothing to lose… and he’s exactly what Maybelle “Bluebell” Ballenger needs.

Meets his match in a blue-eyed beauty with everything to hide

Maybelle needs a mentor to teach her to speak and act like a lady, so she can claim the place in society she was denied. As they team up to take on the ton, Bram knows she’s hiding something even from him. Despite the deception he sees behind those sparkling blue eyes, Bram wants to believe that Maybelle’s love is no lie. But it seems fate has served him up his just desserts in the likes of this determined damsel.

Maybelle Ballenger learns on her mother’s deathbed that she is in fact the granddaughter of an Earl and Maybelle is determined to go to London to demand recognition.  She’s a hard worker and has made a life for herself selling possets within her tiny village.  Yet she yearns for more and knows she’s destined for greater things than her small village life.  And she may have just found her ticket out of the village in the form of Bramwell Hallowsby.

Bramwell Hallowsby is a bastard with a white knight complex and can’t resist a damsel in distress.  But he’s also a little jaded from people taking advantage of him.

Maybelle tricks Bram into helping her learn to be a proper English lady and together they travel across the country before settling in London where Bram’s sister accepts Maybelle’s challenge to teach her the ways of the ton.  By this time, Maybelle and Bram are quickly on their way to falling in love, but are also faced with the reality that Bram is far below Maybelle’s station.

ONE ROGUE AT A TIME is a fun read with captivating adventures and a deep understanding of the time period as reflected in the writing.  But the romance didn’t really work for me.  Bramwell is a little problematic given his attitudes towards Maybelle and Maybelle is almost equally concerning in the way she brushes off certain important topics and secrets.  The romance seemed a little forced, but did get a sweet HEA ending.

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In Search of Scandal by Susanne Lord

July 6, 2017 Historical Romance, Reviews 0 ★★½

I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

In Search of Scandal by Susanne LordIn Search of Scandal by Susanne Lord
Series: London Explorers #1
Published by Sourcebooks Casablanca on December 1, 2015
Genres: Historical Romance
Pages: 408
Format: eARC
Source: the Publisher
Goodreads
two-half-stars
A DARING EXPLORER

All of London is abuzz with the tale of Will Repton. The lone survivor of a massacre in Tibet has returned to England a hero, but the traumatized explorer has no time for glory. Another dangerous expedition awaits. Nothing will deter him from his quest, and no one will unearth his secret—until Will meets Charlotte Baker.

IS NO MATCH FOR AN ADVENTUROUS HEART

Vivacious Charlotte Baker also has a mission—to find a man whose bold spirit matches her own. When she meets Will Repton, she immediately recognizes him as her soul mate, and she’s naively willing to turn her back on the rules of propriety to ensnare him. Will is torn between his fascination with Charlotte and his vow to finish his quest. He knows what it is to risk life and limb—but what if his most perilous adventure doesn’t lie across an ocean, but within his own lost heart?

Charlotte Baker knows that it is her duty to marry well and return her family to the status they once enjoyed amonst the ton.  When she encounters William Repton, the famed botanist, she sees her chance.  William is something of a celebrity and marrying him will surely push her family back into the limelight.  Charlotte has built him up in her mind as the perfect man, but she is unprepared for what he truly is – a man broken and haunted by a horrendous expedition in Tibet and China and thoroughly repulsed by her obvious hero-worship.

A good effort for a debut novel, but a lot of the plot and characterization fell flat for me.  I especially didn’t like the heroine’s single-minded determination to snare the hero.  I had hoped we’d moved beyond the time when a woman’s sole life goal was to catch a husband.  And yes, I realize that was likely in Victorian England, but this is romance – we read to escape reality and there are certain expectations that come with the genre nowadays; specifically that the heroine have a motivating goal beyond finding a husband!  However, points regained for excellent writing craft and use of language.  Susanne Lord is clearly a talented author that just needs to re-evaluate her chosen plot devices.

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Rebel Bride by Elizabeth Moss

July 4, 2017 Historical Erotica, Historical Romance, Reviews 0 ★★★★½

I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

Rebel Bride by Elizabeth MossRebel Bride by Elizabeth Moss
Series: Lust in the Tudor Court #2
Published by Hodder on March 27, 2014
Genres: Erotica, Historical Erotica, Historical Romance
Pages: 288
Format: eARC
Source: the Publisher
Goodreads
four-half-stars
He is under her spell...

Hugh Beaufort, favoured courtier of King Henry VIII, likes his women quiet and biddable. Susannah Tyrell is neither of these things. She is feisty, beautiful, opinionated and brave. And Hugh is fascinated by her - despite himself.

Their lust is undeniable...

When Susannah pulls her most outrageous stunt yet and finds herself lost in the wilds of England, Hugh must go to her rescue. Neither of them is prepared for the dangers that lie in wait. But most dangerous of all is their desire for one another. Alone together in the forest, far from the restraints of court...

Their passion knows no bounds

You don’t need to have read the first book in the series to thoroughly enjoy REBEL BRIDE.  This installment of Elizabeth Moss’s sexy Tudor trilogy features Susannah Tyrell (sister to Eloise from the first book) and Hugh Beaufort (a friend of Lord Wolf, Eloise’s husband).  And if you read the first book and thought Eloise was a stubborn heroine, well that’s only because you haven’t read about Susannah!  She puts a mule to shame – but in a delightful, sexual tension-building sort of way.

Susannah is desperate to escape her father’s plans to marry her off to an old (read that literally) friend of his.  In a mad-cap plan, she dons boy’s clothing and runs off to seek shelter with her sister in London.  Of course, things don’t go according to Susannah’s plan and soon she needs rescuing.  Enter Hugh Beaufort, sent to find Susannah by Lord Wolf.  The two immediately clash – Hugh likes his women pliable and obedient, but Susannah is anything but!  However, they cannot deny the lust they feel for one another and their forbidden romance soon puts them at odds with society’s expectations.

Overall, I’d describe this book as a guilty-pleasure read.  This is an erotica novel, so the sex is scorching hot, almost to the point where the plot is secondary.  But placed within the context of the Tudor period (one of my favorites!) and juxtaposed against a decidedly feminist heroine, I thoroughly enjoyed reading this and can’t wait for the next book!

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What a Lady Needs for Christmas by Grace Burrowes

June 29, 2017 Historical Romance, Reviews 0 ★★★½

I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

What a Lady Needs for Christmas by Grace BurrowesWhat a Lady Needs for Christmas by Grace Burrowes
Series: MacGregors #4
Published by Sourcebooks Casablanca on October 7, 2014
Genres: Historical Romance
Pages: 407
Format: eBook
Source: the Publisher
Goodreads
three-half-stars
To escape a scandal, Lady Joan Flynn flees to her family's estate in the Scottish Highlands. She needs a husband by Christmas, or the holidays will ring in nothing but ruin.

Practical, ambitious mill owner Dante Hartwell offers to marry Joan, because a wellborn wife is his best chance of gaining access to aristocratic investors.

As Christmas—and trouble—draw nearer, Dante and Joan's marriage of convenience blossoms into unexpected intimacy, for true love often hides beneath the most unassuming holiday wrapping...

WHAT A LADY NEEDS FOR CHRISTMAS is the fourth in the MacGregors series, featuring Lady Joan Flynn (from book #2) and Dante Hartwell.  I recommend reading the other books in the series before beginning this one as there are many characters featured in this book whose backstories are somewhat necessary to fully enjoy this book.

Joan is passionate about designing clothes and is searching for a way to make a living from her dreams, despite her aristocratic lineage and the demands that come with it.

Dante expects loyalty, but he’s not afraid to get down and dirty either.  He unapologetic about his industrialist ways and comes to Joan’s rescue hen she needs it most.

Joan believes someone took advantage of her while she was intoxicated (not my favorite plot line) and requires a husband quickly.  Dante obliges and their romance builds slowly.  One of the interesting twists is that even after Joan and Dante come together, Joan is unable to find her release until she comes clean about her secret.

The blackmail plot was a little convoluted and confusing at times, but the book as a whole was an enjoyable holiday read.

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How to Rescue a Rake by Jayne Fresina

January 5, 2016 Historical Romance, Reviews 0 ★★★★½

I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

How to Rescue a Rake by Jayne FresinaHow to Rescue a Rake by Jayne Fresina
Series: Book Club Belles Society #3
Published by Sourcebooks Casablanca on January 5, 2016
Genres: Historical Romance
Pages: 384
Format: eARC
Source: the Publisher
Goodreads
four-half-stars
HOW TO RESCUE A RAKE:

Reject his marriage proposal
Nathaniel Sherringham has returned to Hawcombe Prior a changed man. Gone is the reckless rake who went out on a limb to propose to Diana Makepiece three years ago. Now Nate's mysterious new wealth has the town's rumor mill spinning. To stir things up (and get Diana's attention), Nate boldly announces his plans to marry "any suitable girl" under the age of 25.

Run away
Diana, now 27 and still single, is acutely aware of Nate's return. When her mother suggests a trip to visit a cousin in Bath, Diana leaps at the chance to escape the heartbreak and regret she can't help but feel in Nate's presence...and avoid his irritating charade to find a bride.

But for Nate, Diana has always been the one. He might just have to follow her to Bath and once again lay his heart on the line to win her attention-and her heart.

HOW TO RESCUE A RAKE is a romantic story about broken hearts and second chances.  Closely mirroring many elements of Jane Austen’s PERSUASION, the hero and heroine of HOW TO RESCUE A RAKE, Nathaniel Sherringham and Diana Makepiece were once friends with strong, but hidden, feelings for one another.  Until Nathaniel made a inebriated marriage proposal to Diana which Diana’s mother convinces her to refuse.  Though intoxicated, Nathaniel’s proposal was sincere and he leaves the village quite brokenhearted.  Fast forward three years.  Diana has become a shadow of herself, always cow towing to the wishes of her domineering mother instead of expressing her own desires of opinions.  Nathaniel is back, rich, and looking for a bride.  In a fit of wounded pique, he declares his bride must be no older than 25, even though Diana is now 27.  The plot which then follows loosely mirrors that of PERSUASION, so I would suggest readers be at least a little familiar with that wonderful novel as it would enhance a reader’s enjoyment of HOW TO RESCUE A RAKE.

Diana and Nathaniel are like peanut butter and jelly.  Diana is quiet and introverted.  Nathaniel is outgoing and boisterous.  Together, they are a wonderful match – Nathaniel is able to bring Diana out of her shell and Diana’s calm nature helps bring peace to Nathaniel’s race-about lifestyle.  Ms. Fresina does a marvelous job showing exactly why these two lovers are perfect for each other, despite their polar opposite personalities.  I loved that this was a story about second chances.  It was so painful at first to see Diana so wounded by Nathaniel’s callous comments about what he wanted in a bride.  Yet, I could understand that Nathaniel was just trying to protect himself too; of course, we also got to see that Nathaniel didn’t really mean his hurtful words.  He wanted Diana three years ago and he wants her still.

I think readers can definitely relate to many of the characters in this novel and the experiences they go through.  I highly recommend reading this novel, especially for fans of Jan Austen!

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A Whisper of Desire by Bronwen Evans

December 29, 2015 Historical Romance, Reviews 0 ★★★½

I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

A Whisper of Desire by Bronwen EvansA Whisper of Desire by Bronwen Evans
Series: The Disgraced Lords #4
Published by Random House on December 1, 2015
Genres: Historical Romance
Pages: 273
Format: eARC
Source: the Publisher
Goodreads
three-half-stars
Lady Marisa Hawkstone’s nightmare is just beginning when she wakes up naked, with no memory of the night before, lying next to Maitland Spencer, the Duke of Lyttleton—a man so aloof and rational, he’s nicknamed “the Cold Duke.” A scandal ensues, in which Marisa’s beloved beau deserts her. As a compromised woman, Marisa agrees to marry Maitland. But on her wedding night, Marisa discovers the one place the duke shows emotion: in the bedroom, where the man positively scorches the sheets.

Taught from a young age to take duty seriously, Maitland cannot understand his new wife’s demands on his love and affection. Marisa’s hot-blooded spirit, however, does have its attractions—especially at night. In retrospect, it seems quite silly that he didn’t marry sooner. But being one of the Libertine Scholars requires constant vigilance, even more so when the enemy with a grudge against his closest friends targets Marisa. Now Maitland must save the woman who sets his heart aflame—or die trying.

I would classify this story as historical erotica instead of historical romance.  The plot revolves around a sex-based inciting incident and most, if not all, of the major plot points are also sex-based.  This isn’t a criticism – I thoroughly enjoyed A WHISPER OF DESIRE.  I simply point this out at the beginning of my review for those readers who prefer their historical romances more tame and/or based on non-sex-based plot points.

Maitland Spencer, Duke of Lyttleton, takes his role as a Duke of the realm very seriously, to the point where he is nicknamed “The Cold Duke” for his taciturn and aloof demeanor.  In this respect, he reminds me a little of Mr. Darcy from PRIDE AND PREJUDICE in that he is seemingly proud, but hides his great depth of emotion behind a mask of indifference.  Maitland is more proactive than Mr. Darcy, of course, and when he sees an opportunity to get his friend’s sister, Marisa, away from a horrible beau, he seizes the opportunity.  Compromised, Marisa is quickly wed to Maitland and the two begin to explore the pleasures of the marriage bed.

Marisa is far more emotionally mature than Maitland and as a result she is able to draw upon a great deal of inner strength when Maitland tries to pull away from her.  She is not afraid to explore her more sensual side with Maitland and uses this curiosity to encourage Maitland to open up to her emotionally as well as physically.

I enjoyed this couple and the fast-paced nature of A WHISPER OF DESIRE.  While it can be read as a standalone, it is obviously part of an on-going series, with some necessary backstory that must be understood for other events to make sense.  Maitland and Marisa also leave a lot of trouble in their wake at the end of this book, which with obviously (hopefully??) be addressed in a future installment.

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The Harlot Countess by Joanna Shupe

December 18, 2015 Historical Romance, Reviews 0 ★★★★★

The Harlot Countess by Joanna ShupeThe Harlot Countess by Joanna Shupe
Series: Wicked Deceptions #2
Published by Zebra Books on April 28, 2015
Genres: Historical Romance
Format: Audiobook
Goodreads
five-stars
Maggie, Lady Hawkins, had a debut she'd rather forget--along with her first marriage. Today, the political cartoonist is a new woman. A thoroughly modern woman. So much so that her clamoring public believes she's a man...
 
FACT:  Drawing under a male pseudonym, Maggie is known as Lemarc. Her (his!) favorite object of ridicule: Simon Barrett, Earl of Winchester. He's a rising star in Parliament--and a former confidant and love interest of Maggie's who believed a rumor that vexes her to this day.

FICTION:  Maggie is the Half-Irish Harlot who seduced her best friend's husband on the eve of their wedding. She is to be feared and loathed as she will lift her skirts for anything in breeches.

Still crushed by Simon's betrayal, Maggie has no intention of letting the ton crush her as well. In fact, Lemarc's cartoons have made Simon a laughingstock...but now it appears that Maggie may have been wrong about what happened years ago, and that Simon has been secretly yearning for her since...forever. Could it be that the heart is mightier than the pen and the sword after all?

Maggie, now Lady Hawkins, had what was possibly the worst come out in all of London’s history – an unwanted attack in the gardens turned into a “lover’s tryst” by the scheming knave branded Maggie as “The Half-Irish Harlot.”  And when her beau Simon Barrett believed the knave’s lies and turned his back on Maggie, she flees into a loveless marriage with the first man who will marry her.  Ten years later, the nickname still burns on society’s tongue wherever Maggie goes.  But now she embraces the freedom the nickname – and her widowhood – provide her and little does society know, but she is behind the infamous political cartoonist, Lemarc, poking fun at both society’s hypocrisies and rising politicians like Simon.

Maggie is one of the strongest heroines I’ve read.  Despite years of cruel taunts, gossips, and not-so-subtle whispers, Maggie has held her head up high and presented the world with a brave face.  She turns a spiteful joke into an infamous persona.  Her intelligence, wit, and artistic talents earn her a very comfortable living at the expense of the very society who pretends to despise her.  She is the very definition of courage and strength.

Simon is the character with a true development arc in this novel.  His love for Maggie ten years ago was weak and he believed the lies about her.  But through actually talking to Maggie, learning her side of the story, and discovering the woman she has become, Simon’s love for her grows and develops into full maturity.  Simon is just as complicated a character as Maggie and shares her stubborn streak.

But this makes for a fantastic read!  Simon and Maggie’s chemistry sparks off the page and some of their love scenes actually made me blush!  And let me tell you, I read a lot of erotica and historical romance so that’s really hard to do.

I *loved* this book and immediately went out and bought the other two in the series, THE COURTESAN DUCHESS (book #1) and THE LADY HELLION (book #3).  Reviews for those novels will be up soon too!

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