Wild Lily (Those Notorious Americans Book 1) Kindle Edition
"Depth of Lies" by E. C. Diskin
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The author writes for the period perfectly, capturing the dialogue, customs, and mannerisms exactly as hoped. Love is a timeless game but the details of how it plays out are unique to each time period, and the test of a good historical romance author is this attention to detail. The character complexity is excellent, with a strong focus on emotional growth. She allows the characters to develop their own personality traits within the constraints of the role they play in society. At the heart of it all is an amazing love story of two people who find in each other the love of a lifetime and the courage to claim it. I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book.
Fast paced, quickly pulls you in and holds you glued to the pages. One of those stories that lingers long after the last page. The characters are fantastic and interesting. The plot entertaining as well as interesting. You gotta love those Americans, who are notoriously bold, wealthy, and more. A definite must read! I can't wait to read more from this series. I love Cerise Deland and was not disappointed WILD LILY. You don't wish to miss this One!
I received a complimentary copy, however, all opinions are my own.
Heat rating: Steamy
I really like Cerise DeLand’s stories whether it is regency or contemporary that I just couldn’t avoid reading this one. Her stories are just exciting filled with beautiful places, lovely characters and lots of drama which this book had all of these elements so I knew I wasn’t going to be bored. Plus the cover despite that it is too modern for regency is pretty nice.
Lily Hanniford is a carefree wild American girl that cares for others deeply and just likes to have fun. I enjoyed her antics and mad schemes. I just really liked her and if she ever really existed we would have some pretty crazy times because she is not held down or restrained by what society or even her father thinks of her. Julian was pretty dashing yes he had the handsome Lord thing going and teaches her all the sexual know how. Of course this doesn’t constitute love no matter how many times they do it so in a sense I wanted to throttle Julian and tell him he needs to wise up and tell Lily how he feels. Still I liked him okay it was mostly for his sexual prowess everywhere because he could pretty much do it everywhere so there was that but he wasn’t winning me over in the hero department. I am looking forward to the next in the series about Marianne and Remy plus anymore that Ms. DeLand’s stories.
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