- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 2823 KB
- Print Length: 222 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Blue Tulip Publishing (2 Feb. 2016)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01B25275W
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 1 customer review
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #663,043 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This story kept me wanting more the whole way through! I had to know...Are Bryce and Rowland going to be together in the end?....Who has trapped Bryce and her friend?....Did her friend really poison her husband?....Who is this other lady in Rowland's life? Just when I thought the story was coming to an end Hatchel would throw in a twist that made the plot even better!
I really enjoyed this read and suggest you read it as well!
I received a copy of this book for a fair and honest review.
Along comes Lord Rowland, a "dragon slayer" as he first introduces himself to Lady Bryce! He is devilishly good looking, charming and a rake all rolled into one! His reputation doesn't discourage Lady Bryce from following him to court, with the assurance to her father that Lord Rowland has asked her to marry him, so that she can try her skill at turning a womanizer into a one-woman man!
The humor in this book is wonderfully written and never once felt forced - very natural to the point that at times I was laughing out loud while reading! The romance scenes were steamy, but not overdone (thankfully)! The suspense of the "witch hunt" for Lady Bryce is spine-tingling! I was very pleased with this novel and cannot wait to read more from Leslie Hachtel! I received a free copy of this book in exchange for my honest review - my advice to anyone contemplating getting this novel is to just do it!! It's a fun time!
Rowland of Ashford and his friend Lord Alan Fallsworth met Bryce and Rowland was immediately smitten. He wanted her and desired her even knowing that she was a maiden and a Lady. Rowland was a bit of a womanizer, but Bryce thought that he was handsome and because women had no say over their lot in life at this time she decided that she would need to use her gift in order to entice him. She wants to wed him and only him.
Rowland and Alan are there to visit Bryce's father, Viscount Halstead to warn him about his association of friendship. It seems two of his friends have rumors of poison and dark arts attached to their names. He is warned to stay away from them to keep his name clear of any repercussions from King James. Knowing the climate towards dark arts and witchcraft, I was surprised to see Bryce continue to take chances and risk discovery. This was a bit of a lust/love at first sight book. It became a bit of a conflict to Bryce in that she did not know if Rowland really loved her or if her enticement in the dreams (through the reading of "the book" that was pretty descriptive) made him finally give in to her demands.
Once she accomplishes her goal she wants to change her mind about marrying him. She doesn't trust her feelings or his feelings. She feels that she coerced him. Of course during all this they are at court, so there is court life to contend with. King James and Queen Anne to entertain and get to know a bit better. Along the way there are suitors that are spurned, friends that are supportive, and a sister, Emma, that is a bit of a shrew to everyone she meets for several reasons as well as an even more intriguing discovery...
If you like Leslie Hatchel, you'll enjoy reading this latest offer from her. It is very similar to the other books that she has written.
A copy of this book was given to me in exchange for an honest review.
I can understand how Gilbert and Oliver could add to the twist in the story with their interactions with Bryce. However, I didn't care for the bit towards the end when Gilbert surprisingly attacked. Truthfully, I was waiting for him to take revenge and it wasn't so much of a surprise. I thought that there would be more of a backlash from his death, but it seemed to end with just that. I could be wrong and something may come out of it in a later novel.
This novel was well written and I could only find a couple grammatical errors that didn't really take away from my experience reading. The cliffhanger ending does make you hope that there is a continuing novel after. I definitely would recommend this novel as a good read. I received a copy of this novel in exchange for an honest review.