This book doesn't fit the usual romance mold - in bed by a certain page, etc. It is far more of a fantasy novel than a romance novel, but it has just enough romance - a fun read for romance readers & fantasy readers alike.
It's about a woman living in the early 1800s England. She's wealthy and has a devoted staff and devoted tenants on her land. She wanders one night and finds herself on a "tor" where a rider comes out of nowhere and rides off, she has not been seen by the rider, but is completely terrified of him. She is alternately attacked by a "dark rider" and protected by one who has been sent by the faeries to protect her. About half the book takes place in the faery world -- full of intrigue, danger, war. I won't say more because I don't want to destroy the story for anyone.
On balance, die-hard fantasy reader's will feel this is more romance than fantasy & die-hard romance fans will feel this is more fantasy than romance. All will have different take on this book. All in all though, this book was a lot of fun to read!