My Reckless Surrender
A passionate tale brimming with desire, tenderness and betrayal from Anna Campbell, the queen of Regency noir Diana Carrick has very good reasons to seduce Tarquin Vale, Earl of Ashcroft. None of which she intends to share with the notorious rake. But instead of the selfish, jaded debaucher she... show more
A passionate tale brimming with desire, tenderness and betrayal from Anna Campbell, the queen of Regency noir Diana Carrick has very good reasons to seduce Tarquin Vale, Earl of Ashcroft. None of which she intends to share with the notorious rake.
But instead of the selfish, jaded debaucher she expects, Diana discovers a man unlike any other, and even the dangerous secret she must protect cannot shield her from his dark allure.
The scandalous earl wearies of easy conquests and empty pleasures. When the mysterious Diana suggests an affair to while away a few summer weeks, he′s intrigued and becomes increasingly and powerfully drawn to Diana′s mix of innocence and passion ...
Unwittingly yet most willingly, they are playing with fire. Now the fuse has been lit and there′s no escape ... except surrender.
Publish date: June 1st 2010
Publisher: Harper Collins Austrlaia
Edition language: English
This book started off with a bang...not literally but it started with the heroine asking the hero for some banging action and for a historical, that certainly had my eyebrows rising to the top of my head because when does that ever happen in historical romances? So with that bang of an introduction ...
Oh, yes, the plot is silly, but I liked it anyway.
Bu yorum aynı zamanda Romancekolikte yayınlanmıştır.Evet ratingden görüldüğü gibi kitap pek beklediğim gibi değildi. Aslında Anna Campbell sevdiğim bir yazardır. Nedense bu okuduğum son iki kitabı beni tatmin etmedi. Kastettiğim diğer kitabı Günahın Esiri değil okuduğum diğer bir ingilizce romanıydı...
Recommended ReadOriginally posted on Joyfully Reviewed: http://www.joyfullyreviewed.com/reviews/RRs/May10RR/myrecklesssurrender.ac.htmlTarquin Vale, Earl of Ashcroft, reformist champion, and renowned libertine is used to women desiring him. What he isn’t used to is one outright propositioning him. ...