This book by Boyle is different than her usual books. Still set in the Regency period-there is a twist with a magic ring. Normally I wouldn't enjoy a book with that plot-but the characters were strong - and I couldn't figure out how they were going to get out of the mess they were in!
What would you do if you had a magic ring? One that would bring you your wish. Charlotte finds out. But, does she really want what she wished afterall? She has his attention, but not exactly the way she had imagined.
OK, this took me by surprise and it was a fun surprise. Amazing what happens when we get what we wish for and the impact of it on others, good and bad. It was a refreshing read since it was different from most of the HR books. Enjoyed it alot.
I don't know if it's her writing style or what but I find her books very boring. I just can't get into them at all. I wouldn't know how to recommend this book because I really didn't get that far into it to care.
Oh, how I wish
When a promised inheritance turns out to be a fraud, shy spinster Charlotte Wilmont makes an impetuous wish that despite her lack of charm and fortune, she could capture the heart of the one man whom shes forever adoredSabastian, Viscount Trent.
Be careful what you wish for
With the utterance, Charlotte awakens shocked to find herself entwined with her beloved Sabastian. But the respectable man she knew is now a most rakish devil and she iswell, by some inexplicable magic, Londons most infamous mistress.
Even passion comes at a price
Being the scandalous Lottie Townsend affords Charlotte unimaginable freedompassionate night with Sabastian, endless days of shopping, and adoring fans. But all too soon, Charlotte finds that being one mans mistress isnt the same as being his wife. Yet if she returns to he old, respectable life, can Charlotte trust there will be enough magic to recapture Sabastians heartand reawaken his rakish desires?