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  • An Intriguing Story!

    Intrigue, suspense, mystery and romance! What more could you ask for and this story has it all!! Part of a series The Heart of A Hero, I have not read the other books but this can be read as a standalone. What a marvelous concept of each hero has their own persona. Andrew Elliott, the Earl of Hartland is not your typical peer. By day, Andrew is a rake and a charmer and a little eccentric. By night he is somewhat of a superhero for that time and wears armor that he made himself. He apprehends wrongdoers and turns them over to the authorities to be punished. Does this remind you of anyone in our present day marvel hero's? What a great characterization. Society does not know what to think but they love what he is doing! What everyone does not know is that he is part of an intelligent ring founded by the Duke of Wellington and has members far and wide gathering information. Sarah Shipton works in her family bookstore and she and Andrew know each other well by him frequenting that establishment. They have had great discussions and he has respect for her knowledge and calm manner. When he receives knowledge that Sarah is in danger, one thing leads to another and they end up married. Not to give anything away of the story. the twists and turns will keep you glued to the pages with some surprises. Cora Lee has a wonderful way with words and making you feel part of the story. I cannot wait to read more of her books and more of this series. Well done! I was gifted a copy of this book.

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  • The good, The Bad, The Scandlous.

    It was a great read, I enjoyed it and will seek more of Cora's books.

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  • An entertaining Regency drama

    In this Regency romantic drama, Sarah Shipton is a shop girl who knows more about books and their contents, than drawing rooms and ball gowns. When she finds that her mother has been hiding their financial situation she is upset because she was given no choice over how to solve the problems. Andrew Elliott, the Earl of Hartland, is well acquainted with Sarah and he is one of the few men who frequent her family bookstore who actually listens to her advice. He is surprised at her knowledge until she tells him that her father made her read all the books in the store so that she could better assist their customers. When Hart is sent a message warning him that Sarah is in danger, he suffers a lapse in judgement and ends up compromising her and having to marry her. Whilst Sarah doesn't want Hart to suffer the consequences of being married, she is nevertheless glad that if she is to marry anyone, it's Hart. The threats against Sarah escalate and it is with shock she realises that what she assumed was an accident resulted in a death. Being the somewhat bumbling eccentric that he is, Hart manages to compound his errors and it takes Sarah more than just a little time to get over the offence he has caused. However, when the danger reaches crisis point, both Hart and Sarah recognise what they have in each other, and it takes team work to overcome the enemy. I loved the characters in this book. Hart's inept attempts at building relationships touch the heart and one can only feel for him as he bumbles through one error after the next, but the fact that his mischievous personality can't help but shine through, endears him to the reader. I felt Sarah's frustration when her choices were taken from her, but her handling of difficult situations was to be admired. I found this book to be well written and entertaining and although it is part of a series, it is nevertheless a stand-alone. I received a copy of this book as a gift and this is my honest and voluntary review.

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