The Girl with the Sweetest Secret (Sin & Sensibility) Mass Market Paperback – 27 Nov 2018
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Praise for the previous works of Betina Krahn
"A delectable romance most readers will find impossible to resist."
--Booklist (starred review)
"An utterly charming treat . . . a heroine to admire and love and a meltingly desirable hero. . . . Nothing could be better about this book."
--RT Book Reviews Top Pick
--Smart Bitches, Trashy Books "Rip roaring romantic escapade is a breath of fresh air in historical reading."
--Fresh Fiction "Witty, rollicking romance. . . a bright, exciting adventure."
--Publisher's Weekly "Krahn has outdone herself in this funny, sexy medieval romance . . . will keep readers smiling--and
hungry--until the end."
--Library Journal "A captivating tale of action, adventure and passion that is wickedly fun."
About the Author
Betina Krahn is a New York Times bestselling author of more than 30 historical and contemporary romances. Her works have won numerous industry awards, including the Romantic Times Lifetime Achievement Award for Love and Laughter. Visit her on the web at www.betinakrahn.com.
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But I’m getting ahead of myself; I’d fallen in love with Frankie Bumgarten long before we get to that incredible scene. Younger sister of Daisy, the fabulous American silver heiress from A Good Day To Marry A Duke, Frankie’s not afraid of anything except failing to live life to the fullest. She’s pretty sure she doesn’t want to marry at all, but spending time with her hero Reynard slowly brings her around to a different way of thinking.
One of Frankie’s sisters Claire, a gifted musician, also gets her happy ending in this book, but not without a certain amount of Drama which does play into Frankie’s story significantly, as Frankie and Reynard must make a mad dash to Paris to try and retrieve Claire safely.
One of the (many) reasons I love Betina Krahn’s writing is the attention to detail of historical accuracy; she really brings to life the changing world of the late Victorian era, with steamships and trains offering new and faster ways to travel, a rising middle class and a new breed of wealthy industrialists encroaching on the high society traditionally dominated by the hereditary aristocracy. This is a wonderful read in every way, and I’m really looking forward to the youngest sister Sarah’s story! Five stars.
Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book for review through NetGalley.
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