Format: Mass Market Paperback
Publish date: 2016-05-31
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
Series: The Ravenels (#2)
A much better book than the first, Winterborne and Helen are a delightful pair. I think Helen is one of my favorite heroines. She is kind, intelligent, sensitive and a delightful sweetheart. She's decisively not annoying which is a big yay for me. Rhys Winterborne got on my nerves on the first book ...
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...
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