I started reading May McGoldrick (a husband and wife team) a few months ago. Since then I have read almost all their books that are considered a historical romance. Amazon rates 4*, I agree.
In retaliation for the brutality of the English troops, the Irish rebel Egan is fighting back, leading a secret roup of revolutionaries and building his legend across the country. Jane Purefoy is a woman with a past. The daughter of an English magistrate, she watched her Irish lover die on the gallows. Now Janes reputation is ruined and she has all but ceased to exist in the eyes of her family. Sir Nicholas Spencer is on his way to Woodfield House to court the youngest Purefoy sister when he runs afoul of Eagan. Not a man to be cowed, Nicholas wrestles the revel to the ground and unmasks him only to uncover Janes lovely countenance. Bewitched by the spirited lass, Nicholas decides to keep her secret while embarking on a rishy plan of seduction one that will throw her family into chaos, the county into rebellion and his heart into the throes of a love that can never be