Reviewer: Huntress Reviews (United States) -
Begins in London, 1825. Lady Diana Grayson was the daughter of the Earl of Foxwood. When her friend, Stephen, helped her sneak into Satan's Pleasures for adventure (it was unwillingly done by him), she was cornered alone by the Marchioness Renwick, Barclay Evanston. Barclay had been trying to force Diana into marriage for some time now. Seeing her in a gaming den was the perfect opportunity for him to try again. While defending herself she shot him and thought him dead.
Diana "Ana" went to spend time with her Uncle Justin and Aunt Victoria at the Westlake Stables while things cooled down. She took along the new stallion she had purchased recently to begin her own horse breeding facility. There she met Jared Devlin!
Jared was the manager. He was so great with animals that one would believe he actually spoke to them! However, due to how his family in Ireland had been treated, he detested anyone with a title, with Justin being the only exception. Knowing that, Ana convinced everyone not to mention her title, so Jared would help her train her stallion. Ana and Justin ended up falling in love.
News came to Jared from Ireland that his brother, Ronan, was accused of attempting to murder a magistrate. Due to a misplaced letter, no one knew why Jared suddenly disappeared. When Barclay turned out to be hunting Ana, she went to the west coast of Ireland, to her mother's mountain top estate, Fellsmere. Fate had Ana and Jared teaming up to save Ronan, but at high cost!
***** If you followed this series, you know Ana's mother was the famous Lady Cat: smuggler, pirate, et all. Having such parents, they simply must show up for the conclusion of the saga, right? Of course! And being raised by them, Ana knows many things normal ladies never dreamed of! Then there is the author, Susan Grace. Everyone who has ever read any of her books knows that there is more going on than I reveal in the synopsis! Need I say more? I didn't think so. Spectacular series! Recommended. *****
Reviewed by Detra Fitch