To whet your appetite, here's my first review:
"She’s lovely, with a peaches and honey glow and a wickedly devastating smile, an intellect a cut above her peers, and perhaps the wealthiest heiress in the country. He’s darkly handsome, all chiseled angles and fine bones, a faint aura of citrus and sandalwood, a tendency towards few words, and plenty of money of his own.These two really should meet, and they do when Lady Frances Rathmere literally fishes Jack Slade, Marquess of Streatham, out of the river on her estate. Their relationship, begun under such untoward—and certainly unromantic—circumstances, progresses in a fashion that would horrify the denizens of society in early Regency London and
This is a historical romance in the best sense of the genre. Jen Black has captured the setting of the
A useful hint: don’t begin to read this book until you know you’ll suffer no ill effects from reading throughout the night. I learned this the hard way."
Margaret Scott Chrisawn, Ph.D