Trials of Artemis
The HaberdashersIn 1805 three little girls decided to create a "boys club" because boys have more fun. Their childhood was filled with sword fighting, horse racing, and archery. Now in 1815 they are all grown up and expected to join Society. Who will marry such independent and deadly... show more
The HaberdashersIn 1805 three little girls decided to create a "boys club" because boys have more fun. Their childhood was filled with sword fighting, horse racing, and archery. Now in 1815 they are all grown up and expected to join Society. Who will marry such independent and deadly misses?Trials of Artemis(Regency, Hot) Loving Lord Lucifer...An independent bluestocking sneaks into a library to read rare Greek texts and ends up with a husband instead.Jacqueline "Jack" Walters loves archery and Greek military history. In her third season she has failed to inspire so much as one marriage proposal and is planning to settle into the quiet life of a spinster. Gideon Wolfe, Earl of Harrington, has been avoiding marriage but a case of mistaken identity in the library has left him saddled with an argumentative and unwilling fiancée.What readers are saying:"I enjoyed seeing the relationship play out betweenthe two main characters, especially since the author decided to makethem both forthright and honest with each other, being able to pick upon emotional cues, instead of relying on misdirection andmisinterpretation to lengthen the story, as is usually the case in thisgenre.""Their characters and their relationship develop at an almostperfect pace as the book progresses (with bumps along the newlywed road, of course). If you like a strong female, this is the book for you."
Publish date: May 12th 2013
Publisher: Graythorn Publishing
Pages no: 143
Edition language: English
Series: The Haberdashers (#1)
This was a very good read. The story was well thought out, it had witty dialogues and what really made this one of the better regency romances, it had character development. I very much liked Jack, the young lady, who found herself in a compromising situation and needed to marry the gentleman in...
It has a spinster, a rake, a tryst that begins with mistaken identity, a shotgun marriage, a mouthy heroine, a clever Hero, some witty dialogue, lots of banter. London does a really good job of it that part. I enjoyed the book almost all the way through.I was skimming towards the end, though, and th...