Beauty and the Blacksmith (Spindle Cove, #3.5)
Take a trip to Spindle Cove in New York Times bestselling author Tessa Dare's gorgeous and sexy Regency romanceBeautiful and elegant, Miss Diana Highwood is destined to marry a wealthy, well-placed nobleman. At least that's what her mother has loudly declared to everyone in Spindle Cove.But... show more
Take a trip to Spindle Cove in New York Times bestselling author Tessa Dare's gorgeous and sexy Regency romanceBeautiful and elegant, Miss Diana Highwood is destined to marry a wealthy, well-placed nobleman. At least that's what her mother has loudly declared to everyone in Spindle Cove.But Diana's not excited by dukes and lords. The only man who makes her heart pound is the village blacksmith, Aaron Dawes. By birth and fortune, they couldn't be more wrong for each other . . . but during stolen, steamy moments in the smithy, his strong hands feel so right.Is their love forged strong enough to last, or are they just playing with fire?
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: July 2nd 2013
Pages no: 150
Edition language: English
Series: Spindle Cove (#3)
It was fine. It was a short story about two sweet and beautiful people and their sweet and beautiful love for each other. The end.
Spindle Cove by Tessa Dare Book #3: A Lady by Midnight | Rating: 3.0 Stars Book #3.5: Beauty and the Blacksmith | Rating: 4.0 Stars Book #4: Any Duchess Will Do | Rating: 4.5 Stars Apparently it was a nice Tessa Dare marathon for me as I devoured one book after another (and continue to do so...
I love a story of a lady being paired with someone below her "station". A man with money and a title is great and all but a man not being born into money and a title and still manages to snatch himself a place in life, well, that demands respect. It was with that thought in mind that I read this nov...
Brace yourselves: this is a rave review for the Spindle Cove series by Tessa Dare. I actually read them out of order because I got A Week to Be Wicked when it was on sale. And from there, I knew I'd have to read all the rest. It's not that they don't stand alone, but there are enough hints at the...
Okay I loved the kitchen scene with the eel! That was laugh-out-loud delicious! Diana finally stands up to her mother. Finding out who Mr Evermore was hilarious too! I've enjoyed every single book (or novella) in this series.