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  • A Grand-Slam Finale to the Series!

    4/4.5 Stars | Hot Steam Having consumed TEMPTATIONS OF A WALLFLOWER twice already—first in a frenzy of discovery and then again to leisurely savor, I’m now considering a near-future third indulgence. I just can’t get over how much this sensational book transported me! Beautifully written, enticingly unconventional, intensely romantic, and wonderfully and wickedly provocative, Sarah and Jeremy’s blazing-hot, blockbuster-of-feels affair seriously knocked my knickers off. Strikingly different from the first two novels in the Wicked Quills of London series—both of which I loved with all of my literary heart—Sarah and Jeremy’s story takes a powerful and liberating turn as this soul-mated pair, while struggling to break free from society’s strangling conventions and their own individual lives’ oppressive confines, finds solace, strength, and scorching passion with each other. I adored watching this revelatory couple fervently unite, strike out for themselves, blossom, grow, and positively ignite the pages! Distinctive, fortified, and fascinating, Sarah is a series standout heroine whose winsome personality and effortless relatability captivated me. Passed over and dismissed by the ton as an unbiddable wallflower, I yearned for her happiness and sensual fulfillment. She’s a radiant dreamer—independent, driven, resilient, brave, and brimming with erotic curiosity and unquenchable carnal hunger that’s limitlessness is gloriously matched by the delicious, primal-lover-undercover, Jeremy. Their inspiring, amorous connection and explosive and titillating compatibility was aphrodisiacal perfection. As blue as I am to say farewell to this top-shelf trilogy, I couldn’t have conjured a more satisfying or idyllic grand-slam finale to the series. Sarah and Jeremy’s heavenly story enchanted from its inviting beginning to its unhurried and unforgettable conclusion—a showstopping, exquisitely incandescent, and phenomenally scorching reconciliation that no doubt will be bookmarked, highlighted, lovingly recalled, and universally revered by readers for years to come. Bottom Line: Read this book! Complimentary copy provided in exchange for an honest review.

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  • Caught in the rapture that is Eva Leigh.

    I am caught in the rapture that is Eva Leigh. Her Wicked Quills of London novels were the bait that reeled me in. Fascinating femme fetales willing to risk it all. Loved it. I received an ARC of Temptations of A Wallflower in exchange for an honest review. Sarah is beautiful smart and quiet, The perfect match for Jeremy who prides himself on his upstanding image. But behind the facade of this convenient union lies deception and heartbreak. Temptations of a Wallflower did have a few hiccups along the way, but that was not enough to turn me away. The good outweighed the bad. If you love complex characters this is the book for you. Copyright of Night Owl Reviews

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  • Not So Typical Heroine

    I have to say that The Wicked Quills of London series has been an interesting read with interesting heroines. I love the fact that this series focuses on heroine's who had a talent for writing, each one focuses on a different area of writing. In The Wicked Wallflower we find our heroine, Sarah, who loves to write erotic stories. If that wasn't the biggest scandal, the fact that she was highborn would, so trying to keep her secret under wraps is precarious. However, she manages to do that well throughout the story. We meet Jeremy who happens to be a vicar, but he seems to have a void in his life. At this time, he's not sure what to do with his life, when his father summons him with the task to find this horrible woman who writes trash. Being the loyal son, he does his father's bidding, and at the same time he starts to realize that his father might be wrong about the lady in question. I liked The Wicked Wallflower, the story is pretty good. There were few pacing issues, but overall a good story. I like the fact that Sarah's secret profession draws these two unlikely characters together. It was nice to see the change in these two characters. Sarah learned that she wasn't a completely person without her writing, and trying to explain that to Jeremy wasn't the easiest thing to do. Writing scandalous stories that would shake society to the core can be kind of scary. I actually liked Jeremy's character towards the end, because he had to learn what truly makes him happy. It was nice to see him stand up to his father eventually, but it took a strong woman to show him that he's can do anything he wanted. The last 10 chapters are my favorite, because we have Jeremy and his conundrum when he finds everything out. He has to decided what's more important being happy or pleasing his father. Overall, The Wicked Wallflower is a good read. If you are looking for a story with your not so typical heroine and willing to break the mold of all other heroines, Sarah would be your gal. The premise of the story is creative with a duke's daughter and a vicar. Eva makes the story work. The great things about this story it can be read as a standalone. Copy provided by Avon via Edelweiss.

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