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Tempted By His Kiss (Byrons of Braebourne) Mass Market Paperback – 1 Mar 2009
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Tempted by His Kiss is a delightful Beauty and the Beast story. Tracey Anne Warren is brilliant! (New York Times bestselling author Cathy Maxwell)
About the Author
Tracy Anne Warren grew up in a small central Ohio town. After working for a number of years in finance, she quit her day job to pursue her first love—writing romance novels. Warren lives in Maryland with a trio of exuberant young Siamese rescue cats and windows full of gorgeous orchids and African violets. When she's not writing, she enjoys reading, watching movies, and dreaming up the characters for her next book.
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Over time, both develop feelings for one another. Cade hates her suitors and Meg doesn't understand why since it was his idea for her to find another. But when he learns someone has offered for Meg, Cade cannot take it anymore. Meg disappears, upset Cade hasn't claimed her as she'd hoped. Cade seeks Meg out and tries to win her back.
Overall, the book was brilliant. I've already read book 3 in this series with Edward Byron and Claire and thought that was good, but this was better! You really feel for both protagonists in this story, and find yourself hoping they'll get together.
the suffering and the resiliance just came together at the right time
However, despite this - despite the fact that I felt I had read this story before in many different guises - I did enjoy it. The author's writing style is basic and nothing special and yet I didn't find myself bored. The characterisation is as one might imagine - not particularly deep, described rather than shown, and yet it worked well enough for me. As usual, historical accuracy was dodgy at times, mainly with regard to dialogue where people spoke American to each other, and I was very unsure if many of the names would ever have appeared in 19th Century England. But despite that, I liked this book as a light, gentle, non-taxing read. If one can overlook the unlikelihood of some events (as I could) and just go along with the tale, it is one that many readers will enjoy. Apparently the start of a series, it looks like one that should make good holiday reading.
Originally published for Curled Up With A Good Book © Helen Hancox 2009
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