Ravishing in Red
The first novel in a magnificent new quartet of historical romance Audrianna Kelmsleigh is unattached, independent-and armed. Her adversary is Lord Sebastian Sommerhays. What they have in common is Audrianna's father, who died in a scandalous conspiracy-a deserved death in Sebastian's eyes.... show more
The first novel in a magnificent new quartet of historical romance Audrianna Kelmsleigh is unattached, independent-and armed. Her adversary is Lord Sebastian Sommerhays. What they have in common is Audrianna's father, who died in a scandalous conspiracy-a deserved death in Sebastian's eyes. Audrianna vows to clear her father's name, never expecting to fall in love with the man devoted to destroying it...Watch a Video
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: January 26th 2010
Pages no: 341
Edition language: English
Series: The Rarest Blooms (#1)
The thing with this book is that it starts exactly as it promises on its description, and it fills you with hope for some genuine love/hate romance filled with witty repartee, until the hero and heroine are overcome by their feelings and confess their mutual love - hopefully keeping up with the witt...
Quick review:Audrianna Kelmsleigh and Lord Sebastian Sommerhays have an odd relationship from the start...they are enemies but never really dislike one another. Their relationship is never volatile and not quite passionate. Honestly, this whole book was rather bland even though it had the potentia...
I reread this because 1) I only got 1 1/2 books into the series and want to catch up and 2) I almost always find Hunter worth a second read. I think my feelings about it haven’t changed much, but on this reading I was struck by the dry wit and clever turns of phrase:“‘I suffered Mama much better be...
This was my first book by this author and I was very impressed. The h, Audrianna Kelmsleigh has been living with a female relative, who owns a florist called The Rarest Blooms, along with two other women. They all have some sort of scandal attached to them which is why Daphne took them in. Audrian...