- File Size: 2731 KB
- Print Length: 255 pages
- Publisher: Dragonblade Publishing, Inc.; 1 edition (June 28, 2018)
- Publication Date: June 28, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07DH94N6K
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,073 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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When I first started reading this book by Ms Maggi Andersen I didn’t know what to think but as I got deeper into the story I immediately fell in love with the characters. The book has plenty of non-stop action which kept me turning pages plus is filled to the brim with some humor, faux betrothals, betrayals, mistaken identity, and of course love that I really had a hard time putting the book down. The only complaint though which is minor the book cover doesn’t really fit the heroine who is described as having orange red hair but on the cover the model definitely has blonde hair. Still this doesn’t diminish or take away for the story.
Guy at first didn’t really take my breath away as a hero but as I read more about him I couldn’t help but like him. He does everything for Hetty and his attempts to keep her safe just made me smile. He really wasn’t a bad guy sure he had a lot to figure out so that could explain the sometime aloof manner he still was quite a winning hero. Hetty was truly my favorite heroine stubborn, strong-willed, independent, and smart there was a lot to like about her. She was truly a breath of fresh air against all the stodgy characters but still maintaining the propriety of the times and really knew how to shake things up. I honestly loved her and did a little girl crushing on her. I did so enjoy this story and look forward to reading more of Ms. Andersen’s works!
Maggi Anderson !
Guy Truesdale, the sixth Baron Fortescue, was half British on his father’s side and French on his mother’s side. Their home was set on fire in the beginning of the revolution. Guy, his parents and sister were able to flee but they were unable to find Guy’s twin Vincent. Guy is now in England to accept his inheritance.
Living in the same area at Malforth Manor, Digswell is Hetty Cavendish. She dresses like a boy so she can ride her fathers horse, The General. While she is riding she sees Guy on the ground with a head wound. This encounter starts a chain of events that involves Hetty and Guy.
This is a book that I think anyone would enjoy!
Hetty and Guy are a powerful combination, and when they join forces, it makes for a captivating read! Our Heroine, Hetty, is a somewhat unusual lady for her day in age - She yearns to be free to pursue her interest in poetry, she enjoys horseback riding, and is not obsessed with finding a husband...she thinks. Enter our Hero, the handsome, brave, and mysterious Guy. Hetty is drawn to him, feeling curiously protective of him.
Danger is lurking, as someone wants Guy dead. Follow our Hero and Heroine on this captivating journey as they work together to uncover the truth, and maybe...just maybe.. fall in love along the way! Five Stars!