"The setting up of a love affair based in reality, with a heavy dose of hot Scottish men, is a remarkable start to a new series that readers should have set to auto-buy! ~InD'Tale Magazine, Julie York
"Collette Cameron has an amazing skill with historical romances.This is my first book by this author but I can guarantee it will definitely not be the last." ~Night Owl Reviews
"Everything from the setting details to the smallest phrase a secondary character might say is spot-on and makes the reading experience spectacular." ~Red Pump Reviews
"It's rare to read a historical romance novel with such lovely main characters." ~Kilts and Swords
"This is one novel that should be on everyone's to be read list! I highly recommend Triumph and Treasure!" ~Girly Girl BookReviews
"Cameron conveys the tone of the Regency era well... highlights for the reader how far we've come as women in society... I will seek out further novels..." ~Rabid Readers Reviews
"Fantastic start to Cameron's new series. I can't wait to read more & would definitely recommend it to others." ~Pure Jonel
"In all ways this is a fabulous read. I give it five glorious stars." ~Liza O'Connor
From the Author
Today's culture and the support she received was so different than that during the Regency era, I knew I wanted to write the story of a young woman who, through no fault of her own,finds herself pregnant and unmarried in an era where her condition spelled absolute ruination.
I introduced Flynn in my other books and knew he was just the guy--decent, honest, and protective--to come to Angelina's rescue.
In an era where woman had few options available to them for respectable employment and huge numbers turned to prostitution to support themselves, I put my heroine in the worstcircumstances for a woman of her position.
Modern culture andcontemporary thinking may find it hard to grasp, but Triumph and Treasure ishistorically accurate in regards to women's plights and options. We've come along way, and our sisters of time's past who survived, despite much harshersocial and environmental constraints, deserve our admiration.