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from our B+ review:
What makes this book special is the characters, and the way the conflict between them springs from their personalities. Valeria is a wonderful heroine – she is brave, intelligent, and determined without ever being spunky. Her first tumble into bed with Teagan struck me as unlikely until I got to know her – how her life has been shaped by one tragedy after another, until she has come to a rock-solid determination to live her life on her own terms. She takes into account what others might think, but she doesn’t live according to their rules. She is also deeply insecure about her own attractiveness – just the right touch to make this almost-perfect heroine endearing.
Teagan is the only Regency rake I’ve ever read about who bitterly repents his wicked ways but is trapped by his own reputation. The half-Irish grandson of an Earl, his family connections provided him with an Oxford […]