Format: Mass Market Paperback
Publish date: 2016-05-31
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
Series: The Ravenels (#2)
I picked this one up because I had enjoyed the first in the series very much. I had low expectations, though, because the male love interest seemed more the stereotypical Romance genre alpha-male, on the rapey-side, based on his appearance in Cold-Hearted Rake. Much to my surprise, though, the autho...
In keeping with tradition (one previous can totally be tradition) here are two gifs that sum up my thoughts: Well, I liked this one better than the first. Helen's growth to finding her own voice was my favorite but Rhys' transformation felt a bit off. In the first book he seemed much more like ...
Lisa Kleypas was my gateway drug to straight romance back in the day. My sister gifted me a book of hers, I'd just finished the Fever series and thought that a fluffly romance would be a good palate cleanser after Mac and Barrons. Little did I know that I'd fall into a trance that would lead me thro...
“I can’t be a gentleman,” he said hoarsely. “Not even for you.” “You don’t have to be a gentleman. Only gentle.” What a phenomenal story! Marrying Winterborne was a historical romance with a lot of heart, some well done drama, and several exquisitely tender scenes between our hero and heroine that...
My review contains spoilers and they're mostly my thoughts... Marrying Winterborne was the most anticipated sequel to Lisa Kleypas’s new historical romance series, The Ravenels. This new series has brought back this star of the Historical Romance on the spotlight after 6 long years. Yes, all of us L...
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