- File Size: 2764 KB
- Print Length: 460 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Sinclaire Ridge Press; Edition 1 edition (March 30, 2016)
- Publication Date: March 30, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01DOB1UYQ
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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No Fear in Love is a fun and engaging story with some interesting twists to the plot that I won’t spoil here. The setting and time period details are well researched. The characters are appealing with great chemistry. Some punctuation errors could have been addressed, but didn’t take away from my reading enjoyment. I devoured the story in two days. Highly recommend.
This particular story begins with Rebecca Beaton; Philadelphia Socialite, as well as a love for the apothecary. When we first meet our heroine, she finds herself lost in the woods of Lancaster County, PA. Whilst upon her journeys, a handsome man, by whom we know as “Sam” rescues her from the dark woods; and escorts Rebecca to her brother-in-law’s and elder Sister (Annabel)’s home. As the story continues, Rebecca has ‘chance encounters’ with Sam, her rescuer from the woods. Her attraction deepens for the mysterious interloper, thus awakens the passions that lay buried within; eventually solidifying her lustful thoughts for her Casanova. The only problem that remains… is her neighbor who also vies for her attention. Lord Alexander Bradford. When our heroine is enticed by her next door Lord, which catapults Rebecca into a difficult decision, all the while unaware his secret.
Lord Alexander Bradford, Architect, Entrepreneur and Rouge.
Our daring hero isn’t all that he appears to be. When Alexander Bradford is cast out of Europe’s polite society for a scandal; he has no choice but to salvage his reputation elsewhere, in America. Fate guides him to Pennsylvania where an old, rundown estate calls his name. In the midst of starting over, he meets his next door neighbors, sassy Rebecca Beaton. As accompanied by her sister Annabel and husband Martin Larson. While Alexander is immediately taken with Rebecca the sassy socialite--on the other hand does not reciprocate his attractions. Our determined hero is driven to extraordinary lengths to make Rebecca his, by any means necessary. His plans to woo’ Rebecca go awry, and in the process, turn both their lives tossed upside-down by societies constricting obligations of marriage. Now Alexander is thrust into a life with a woman who grows to loathe his very being. Alexander is faced with a new challenge to win his wife’s affections while keeping his lustful intentions under wraps.
This is my first story I have read by Leigh Lee. I do enjoy the plot of the story, the Characters, and their personalities. I enjoy the fact that Rebecca, our heroine is still bound by old-world American customs, while at the same time stays true to her beliefs and holds a sharp tongue despite what society dictates her to do. I do enjoy the banter the characters ensue back and forth. And the fact that Alexander likes to pique Rebecca’s ire. I think my favorite word I have found: “Cat-fit” that Alexander describes Rebecca’s out-bursts. The tension is great, it really builds throughout the story and thrusts the characters into awkward predicaments. I love the fact that Alexander supports his wife’s hobbies, and permits her to continue them even after they are married. Which Rebecca’s initial fear was: she would have to give her hobby of apothecary up one she got married, to pursue her husband’s needs. Which was typical at the time. Not to mention that unlike the typical American custom, the husband had the right’s to take his marital rights. Alexander driven by his lust for his wife, he was patient with Rebecca, thus courteous to her needs and fears. The story within itself is great, on the other hand, the one downside for me was: it did tend to last too long, but it did have a great ending that gave me the warm fuzzies. I recommend this story to anyone who is a lover of Historical Romance.