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Even though I *write* contemporary romance, sometimes I cheat on my genre.
Maybe it's because my entree to romance novels as a pre-teen was historical novels, but I *need* to read one at least once a month. I love the words "breeches" and "chemise" (even better when they hit the "Aubusson" rug in front of the fireplace!) There are liberties authors can take with historical novels that imbue the story with a rose-colored charm, and the sex scenes - always by firelight or candlelight - are extra romantic.
Yesterday and this morning (yes! I had to pick it up first thing and finish it!) I enjoyed Harper St. George's novella, HER FORBIDDEN GUNSLINGER.
The heroine, Sophie, is a proper French girl in territorial Minnesota - blonde-haired, blue-eyed, petite, and about to be forced into marriage with a gristled old man by her greedy uncle.
The hero, Gray, who works for her uncle, is half Comanche with bronze skin and gray eyes... "His hair hung loose past his shoulders with a single thin braid beginning at his left temple. His overt wildness should have deterred her interest, but it had the opposite effect. She wanted something. To know him. To have some claim to him." (Whew! And that's just the beginning of their forbidden night together!)
Ladies...this is a 2-3 hour read and it gave me the tingles. I urge you to escape to the old west for a few hours and enjoy Harper's gorgeous writing.
Great historical accuracy and high tension between the characters made me page through this one like it was going to burn up in my hands before I could finish. With a sexy, smoldering Comanche (love me some Native Americans!) and a heroine who you want to befriend, this is a book that I wished had a sequel. Or a series.