Cecila and Colter were well-matched as all Rosemary Rogers Characters are. I have read every novel she has written, except for "The Wanton", and I have always found that the heroine is strong and resourceful. Filled with determination and honor. The Hero is always dark, sexy and intriguing.
I have read reviews by readers who seem to compare all her heroes to, Steve Morgan, the hero in Sweet Savage Love! Perhaps this is because 'Sweet Savage Love' was such a wonderfully written novel that it belongs beside 'Gone with the Wind' as a classic. The thing I believe that made the novel so memorable was that Ginny matched Steve and Steve matched Ginny. This is what I find makes all of Rosemary Rogers' novels memorable. You may not want the hero for yourself--though this is rare--but you will never be able to say the hero and the heroine were not meant for each other.
In 'A Reckless Encounter', this is very true. The suspicion and dark intrigue behind the romance is always interesting. I never know for sure if I'm turning the pages to bury myself in the romance or the intrigue. Bravo! Rosemary! And Thank you!
Celia St. Reny Sinclair has harbored a dark obsession since the tender age of twelve;to bring about the downfall of Lord Nothington,the man responsible for her mother's death.Now an elegant and self-possessed beauty of twenty-two,she leaves America for London,determined to avenge the act of violence that shattered her life.
Celia St. Remy Sinclair has harbored a dark obsession since the tender age of twelve: to bring about the downfall of Lord Northington, the man responsible for her mother's death. Now an elegant and self possessed beauty of twenty-two, she leaves America for London,determined to avenge the act of violence that shattered her life.