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More About the Author
Living by the motto "You don't know unless you try", A.M.Westerling started writing historical romance because she couldn't find the kinds of stories she enjoyed. After all, she thought, who doesn't enjoy a tasty helping of dashing heroes and spunky heroines, seasoned with a liberal sprinkle of passion and adventure?
Westerling, a former engineer, is a member of the Romance Writers of America and active in her local chapter. As well as writing, she enjoys cooking, gardening, camping, yoga, and watching pro sports. She lives in Calgary, Canada.
Top Customer Reviews
I loved everything about this book, the length, the characters, the description to detail, and the love story between Simone and Temple.
I recommend everyone grab a copy of this book, you will not regret it.
Mona is a really nice girl who grew up in a workhouse, with her being a pick pocket she end up being on the run from the law officers so she wont end up in jail, she ended up finding refuge in temple's trunk and with a little blackmail they set out for an adventure to canada where they found they were in love with each other while teaching her how to be a lady.
Was an awesome read with a few expected and unexpected twist.
I finally gave it a chance last night and surprisingly, I hardly put it down until I was finished. I found the flow of the story very engaging.
I understood the characters' motivation for acting the way they are and was looking forward to the time they finally realized that they are meant for
each other just like other romantic novels have instore for the readers. I love how the writer described the settings as well, made me see what it's like
to be at the opposite end of London. Overall, I am happy with the story and character development. It is a good read and will definitely stay in my Library.
Temple and Simone were both outcasts in their own way. He was a younger son and was not wanted by his mother. She was an orphan from the age of 3 and did not know her past history.
I thought the story was well told and made it very clear that each of their needs was fulfilled by drawing strength from one another. A well matched couple.
The author also did a good job in describing secondary characters. And the description of scene locations made it easy to picture the places in my mind.
An enjoyable read.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A truly wonderful book that has it all. Accidental meeting that leads to a grand adventure where two people searching for a new beginning learn to like then love one another. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Martine E.
A sweet tale of romance with some flair thrown in. Is it the best book I've ever read? No, but it's a great book to read on a rainy Saturday.Published 19 months ago by L. K. Larson
Simone and Temple meet in circumstances that are both unpleasant and obscure.
They travel by ship to the Americas. Read more
Better than I thought it would be but a bit predictable. More detail in some areas would have been nicePublished on November 10, 2013 by Amazon Customer
I tried to give this book a chance, but was far too frustrated with the characters to make it very far. Read morePublished on October 13, 2013 by Amazon Customer
I love historical romance. This book started off a little rough for me bc the main female character did not use correct grammar. I was a little worried. Read morePublished on March 21, 2013 by Star
Book was good read. Westerling brings lovable characters to life with a twist at the end which leaves you amazed.Published on March 20, 2013 by Jaybee
Annoying Countess and the story is weak and not worth the time; even if it was free. Skip to the next free book.Published on February 19, 2013 by R. Ford