El Tel

Helpful votes received on reviews: 88% (21 of 24)
Location: England


Top Reviewer Ranking: 566,946 - Total Helpful Votes: 21 of 24
To Beguile A Beast (The Legend of the Four Soldier&hellip by Elizabeth Hoyt
I discovered this author through Kindle-how did I ever survive with out kindle?- through reading an excerpt from the Maiden Lane series and have read everyone since. So when the rest of the back catalogue became available I bought the lot. Usually earlier books can be a bit of a disappointment as the author is still learning their craft, be assured this is not the case and this,along with the others I have read maintain the same level. I loved the characters in this book and would recommend Elizabeth Hoyt to one and all.
The Gentleman Thief (Mills & Boon Historical) by Deborah Simmons
When I started this book I was a little disappointed as I thought the heroine was going to turn out to be a ditsy figure of fun sort of creature who was living in a bit of a fantasy world. However, I'm glad I persevered, as in the end it turned out that my assumptions about her were the same as a lot of the other characters in the book. Although she was a bit wide of the mark she was in no way ditsy. Well worth a read. This was the first book I'd read by this author and I've subsequently bought and read most, if not all of her kindle releases since then.
A Man of Many Talents by Deborah Simmons
A Man of Many Talents by Deborah Simmons
3.0 out of 5 stars slow start, 3 Sep 2013
Was difficult to get into but once it picked up the pace it was a rollicking good read. Likeable protagonists

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