- File Size: 2618 KB
- Print Length: 232 pages
- Publisher: Dragonblade Publishing, Inc.; 1 edition (February 21, 2017)
- Publication Date: February 21, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01MUF8PNP
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #202,929 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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As they are making their way toward Vienna, Dunya convinces Captain Trelawny go along with her, in pretending to be engaged, in the hope of winning back their lost loves. Dunya and Captain Trelawny may just discover what they have been searching for is right in front of their eyes!
To me, this couple is perfect for one another....When first we meet Captain Trelawny, he is feeling ill, and depressed. Dunya brings light
and laughter to the Captain's life.
I enjoyed this story so much! It is sweetly romantic, as our Hero and Heroine find themselves drawn to one another...There is also a nice sprinkling of humor in the story that I loved, as well.
But, things are never as planned. In this time and place, Vienna, 1814, while Napoleon is exiled at Elba, there is plenty of intrigue. The city is filled with people from all over Europe, each present with their own reason for being there.
The plot is terrific and well thought out. The characters, including colorful ones from the first two books in this series, are entertaining as ever! Dunya and Richard are especially wonderful as the two players. The story had spies, and wagers, and romance!
I highly recommend this book to readers of historical romance, romance, and anyone who enjoys a good romp with intrigue thrown into the mix. The ending was fun too!
There is such a wealth of history and a peek inside the living arrangements and struggles of the period.
Avdotya “Dunya” Petrovna Savarina has made a terrible mistake. Dunya thinks an English lord will help her marry her betrothed but instead intends to ruin her. Dunya accidently runs into another person’s room Captain Richard Trelawny who truly will help her. Richard finds Dunya another room hires a carriage to bring Dunya to her sister himself. Dunya asks Richard to help her by pretending to be her betrothed to make the man she intends to marry and the woman Richard intends to marry both jealous. While Dunya and Richard pretend to be betrothed they fall in love instead. What happens when love will ruin all their carefully laid out plans to marry others.
The greatest things about Ms. Lancaster’s stories are her characters. I can literally picture the beautiful vivacious innocent Dunya. She is definitely a whirlwind a force to be reckoned is so engaging and seems like she would be so much fun. I know that we would get along if she actually existed. On the other hand Richard Trelawny seemed a little serious and staid compared to Dunya. I also think that their relationship wasn’t really there. I know it was made up in the beginning but I didn’t really feel the connection between the two and wanted a little more passion as opposed to both of them keeping their respectable distance from each other. What’s sad is I felt more of a relationship between Dunya and Etienne maybe it’s because they had a history even though I didn’t really care for Etienne either. I do hope that Jane marries Mr. Fawcett and Maria marries Misha so that everyone can get their happily ever after. I guess in reality I wasn’t ready for the book to be over and will anxiously be awaiting the next book in the series.