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    Lord of Sin

    Persistence really does pay off, especially if one is pure of Heart! Those who seem to be superficial are not always what the world sees.
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    A great start with this author.

    3.75* Review originally published at Romancing Romances. I received an eARC at no cost from the author, and I am leaving a voluntary and honest review. Thank you. This was the first book I’ve read by Heather Boyd. And it was a great surprise, especially since this book has a “friends to lovers”, which is one of my favourites. But I feel like I must point out that we don’t actually have a lot of moments when we can actually see Portia Hayes and Julian Wade as friends, because that seemed to mostly happen in the previous books – which I have not read. Portia is a bit arrogant and is used to getting everything her way. She’s flirty, a good friend, and independent. And she wants to fulfil her family’s wish, which is for her to marry a high ranking gentleman, so that her family – especially her younger sister – have a better position in the ton. But she wishes to marry for love – or at least to have a happy marriage. And then the duke of Montrose proposes. And she can’t say no. At first, she thinks it might be a dream, that even though they don’t know each other, he can’t be as bad as everyone else says. And then the invitations start to thin up, and she realizes that the dream life her family wanted wasn’t real. And she decides things have to change. Julian Wade has been in love with Portia for several years. He thinks that after so long, she will realize that he’s in love with her, and she will fall in love with him as well. Things didn’t work out as he had initially planned but, of course, this is a historical romance, so the HEA is guaranteed. There are several funny moments during the book, and the romance heats up a bit towards the end. And Portia finally takes control of her life, and she sets everything so that the mean, controlling Montrose gets what he deserves, and she gets her happy ending with Julian. A great start with this author.
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    A Hidden Love

    London 1815 Julian, Lord Wade, had relegated himself to the sidelines when it came to Portia Hayes. He had been biding his time, hoping that soon his love would realize he was her best choice for a happy future. They had become friends of a sort and it seemed lately she was feeling an attraction for him. Oh yes, I loved Julian because he really cared about Portia, but he knew with him not having a grand title or small fortune, her parents would push him away as a suitor. He was doing his best to survive with his aunt and a few servants after his father had left them broke. Portia had many suitors and of course was expected to wed a titled gentleman since her family was not of the peerage, but she did have a handsome dowry. She wants to marry for love but when a Duke out of the blue asked for her hand, she knows she needs to accept because that is what her parents want and it will help her younger sister. Wait, can you image marrying for a title, someone you do not even know? I have to say, the Duke's proposal left a lot to be desired and it seemed something was up.. Plus when Julian heard about her engagement it was a hard blow. Well, people are not always as they appear and the Duke was certainly that. It really got interesting as truths became known. A journey for two people to come together that were meant for each other. This story was very well written and I truly enjoyed it.. Although part of a series, it can be read as a standalone..
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    Sweet romance of realization of love

    Portia has been friends and confidants with Julian, Lord Wade since she made her debut. She never thinks of him as a suitor, but he has loved her since he first saw her. He has no money but swears he will not be a fortune hunter. Julian is a good man and accepted into all the ton's events. When Portia becomes betrothed to Lord Montrose, Julian is heartbroken but remains her friend. Lord Montrose is a scoundrel who is not above using blackmail to get his way. As Julian stands beside her, Portia realizes that Lord Montrose is not the husband for her. What can she do? Her family will be embarrassed if she calls the marriage off. I enjoyed this book. Some steamy scenes, but funny moments as well. Very romantic. I received this book from Net Galley and the publisher for a honest review.
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    Lord of Sin

    Heather Boyd just gets better and better! With every book the stories are more original, the characters more real and the obsticals more unique. I can't help but read her books again and again!
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