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    Super Read by Sara Portman!

    Super Read Sara Portman! The Offer is the 2nd book in the Brides Of Beadwell series. It started out a tad slow but when it picked up, it went flying and I could not put this book down. Like any good romance novel that I read, I expect the novel to be good and steamy and Sara did not disappoint! Her characters came alive and her descriptions were to the point. This book has it all, humor, lies, deception, saints, sinners, rogue, gambling, pregnancy, deceit, investments, new friends, old friends, scandal, penniless, controlling, hatred, secrets and of course love. I highly recommend this book. So travel back in time to 1818 London, with Mr. Bextley Branton and Miss Lucy Betancourt. ***This book was gifted to me and I am voluntarily reviewing.
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    The Offer

    I'm hooked on Sara's series here. It reads a big book for 36 chapters. Now I will wait for the next. Emma married Lord Worley and they are waiting for their first child. Lucy was a child and played will Emma. Lucy needs to leave her home and is now keeping Emma . We women know about it. Now she gets to meet Bex who was using his estates bankrupt along with his rotten father. He was sure he wouldn't send his money to clear his debts. Major Spoiler! Lucy sees under his skin and she wants to help him. Constance got them to find her niece and was so he OK. Major Spoiler! Now Mr. Gibbs is using Lucy to help him make money. There are lots of small twists that grow to big turns. You won't be able to walk away! I liked the first book and this is as good too. Don't let this book slip away ! I hope you choose to read this book! Enjoy your reading!
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    Historical Romance

    The Offer by Sara Portman The Brides of Beadwell #2 Can you remember your first kiss? I bet it was not given to you by a stranger but what if it had been and the memory of it lingered in your mind? Well, such was the case for Lucy Betancourt, friend of a duchess and Bex Brantwood, giver of that first kiss. The two thoroughly enjoyed that kiss but both realized nothing could come of it because Lucy was headed from her father’s vicarage to a position of service and Bex was in grave debt with few options out of his dilemma. So…a kiss is just a kiss…or so the song says…but…not always. As Lucy and Bex spend time together they find they are compatible and friendship develops. They speak openly and enjoy the company of one another. They work separately toward achieving their individual goals. And yet…I could feel them both wanting more but not knowing how to go about getting it. I kept wondering just how the author would manage a HEA for this couple without title or money so kept reading and wondering and hoping…just as no doubt did the hero and heroine of the story. I won’t say more about the how but will say it was a well-crafted story unlike most historical romances I read. I liked Lucy and Bex and was delighted with the way this book ended. I see there is a book three and am eager to read it…soon…I can honestly recommend both books in this series and hope you will read and enjoy them, too. Thank you to NetGalley and Kensington Books-Lyrical Press for the ARC – This is my honest review. 4.5 Stars

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