Pages: 384 pages
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Intro: Lecia Cornwall made her way into my favorite authors list with How to Deceive a Duke and she has continued to write books that I love since then. I very rarely give out cupcake ratings to authors twice in a row and I did with How to Deceive a Duke and What a Lady Most Desires. And I loved this one just as much.
Heroine: Alanna-Alanna was such a great heroine. She was strong and kind. I loved that she was willing to do her duty to her family even though she did not want to. She was definitely more of the quieter kind of heroine which I really loved.
Hero: Iain-I was surprised by how much I loved him. He was also the quiet sort of hero. Strong and protective with a strong allegiance to duty. I did spend much of the book wanting to curb-stomp Penelope, the woman he had to propose to.
Chemistry: I am a big huge fan of Alanna and Iain. They are not the most boisterous or dramatic characters but they exhibited some of the most amazing chemistry I have come across in a long time. I also loved the whole third part Penelope problem. And she was a problem. An obnoxious one.
Conclusion: I loved this book in the way that I love most of my favorite romances. I could easily finish reading the book and quite happily turn right back to the beginning again. It was that good. Lecia Cornwall is most definitely one of my favorites and this book is pretty high on the list of my favorites of hers.
Lecia Cornwall lives and writes in Calgary, Canada, amid the beautiful foothills of the Canadian Rockies, with four cats, two teenagers, a crazy chocolate Lab, and one very patient husband. She is hard at work on her next book.