I thoroughly enjoyed the story - the writing, the hero (my favorite kind) and the heroine (very independent). Enough action and fairly nasty "bad guy" to keep the reader's interest. I recommend. I hope the next two stories are as interesting.
A very different take on a woman masquerading as a man. A very beautiful love story. A confident, assertive, but tortured, woman leading a double life and an extremely confident, warm, outgoing man to help her through her tortures. Also, the mystery of who wants her dead. I thoroughly enjoyed it.
This was the best of the trilogy. Pippa and Aiden were thoroughly likeable and lovable. It was a fun read. She ran through life covering up her need to find her family by being outrageous. He needed to save his people. These impossible tasks drew them together.
Cam and Helene come together again after years of separation in order to help his daughter regain her speech. There is the mystery of his first wife's death and the attraction between them which keeps the story moving along. It is a little too long, but reads well and has a satisfying ending.
This story was so sappy it made my teeth grind. It was a cute story, but long and drawn out. It took pages for anyone to say or do anything. Having never read Heather Cullman before I was surprised by the syrupy sweetness of her story. I realize that some people like this type of story, but I was disappointed.
If you enjoyed Jennifer Blake's "Master At Arms" series, you will enjoy this new series as well. Rand and Isabel must battle those closest to them and the intrigues of the English court in order to keep Rand out of the tower. A thoroughly enjoyable story without all the deceit and angst of most stories of this sort.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. If flowed from one event to another without a lot of angst (ugh!) and self recrimination. The H/H worked together to solve the problem and fell in love along the way. The author ignored a few propriety items, but the heroine was a widow, after all, and it is fiction.
This is one of the finest love stories I have read in a long time. Conor and Olivia strive hard to maintain their self respect which leads them to love and respect each other. I love Laura Lee Guhrke and have had this on my wish list for a long time. I finally bought it for $.99 for my kindle and am so glad I did. I'm just sorry I cannot share it with anyone else.
I found this story tedious. The amount of angst that the H/H displayed was almost more than I could bear. But I endured if only to find out the mystery of birth at the end of the story. Having said that, it can't be all bad since it kept me reading until the end. I'll just have to see how the other Rogues of Regent Street fare.
Thoroughly enjoyable story. A poignant love story. The mystery and action not quite as good as the first in the series, but nonetheless intriguing. But there are still mysteries left unsolved. Who wants to kill Lady Eve? and who set up Johnny Brandon to be a traitor? They may never be solved, unless a third story is written.
As usual, Deanna Raybourn does not disappoint. The only thing missing is the anticipation of the relationship between Julia and Brisbane, as they are already married. But there is still the tussle between the two of them - she wants to help and he won't let her - so she does it anyway. I love it.