Pages: 384 p
Series: Lonely Lords-1,2,3,4,5, 7,8,9,10,11,12
Buy this Book: Amazon, Indiebound, Powell's
Intro: I have come to the rather obvious conclusion that Grace Burrowes is on the Lisa Kleypas level of historical romance awesomeness. I don't think she has ever or could ever write a book that I don't love on an instantaneous and overwhelming basis.
Heroine: Felicity-I loved her. I did. She was strong and smart but she had a sweet nature. She
was willing to do what she had to do to protect the future of her sister. Who wouldn't admire
Hero: Gareth-I don't think there is a hero in this series that I don't like. He was awesome. He
was a rake but he was a sweet rake. He did have a couple of moments towards the end where I
wanted to smack some sense into him.
Chemistry: Due to Felicity's situation, Gareth and Felicity had an interesting start to their
relationship. It started a bit at the middle of the usual courtship dance. It gave them an
interesting dynamic where you saw them go from a businesslike relationship to a real emotional
Conclusion: I have come to an acceptance of Grace Burrowes general awesomeness. This one was excellent. Gareth is on my list of favorite heroes and Felicity was amazing. Very few authors can even approach comparing to Grace Burrowes in terms of character development. I am waiting for the day when a Grace Burrowes book will disappoint me and I am happy it hasn't happened yet. I am going to end this review before I start writing Grace Burrowes a fan letter.