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    Deliciously tempting!

    Great characters. Full of surprises. A fantastic follow up to the first book in the series! *I received a complimentary ARC of this book from NetGalley & Gallery, Threshold, Pocket Books in order to read and provide a voluntary, unbiased and honest review, should I choose to do so.
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    fun and surprise

    The Taste of Temptation by Julia Kelly is book Two in 'The Matchmaker of Edinburgh" series. The story is well developed and full of surprise with two main characters Caroline and Jonathan very likeable. A surprising and interesting book where the heroine would like to live a life without scandal and the hero is a publisher and would like to use her story to sell more paper. They are strong and full of life. This is a very entertaining read and you will love it. I received a free book and this is my voluntary and honest review.
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    A delightful Victoria romance

    On the cusp of a new era, Jonathan Moray is a self-made man, one who has built his printing business on other people’s scandal. However, even though he will do whatever it takes to get the news out first, he nevertheless has a deep sense of right and wrong, and adheres to a code of morals. Initially Caroline Burkett, the young woman who took the unprecedented step of suing her fiance for breach of promise, is fair game and Jonathan stakes his future on her story. As he gets to know Caroline through the machinations of Edinburgh matchmaker Moira Sullivan, Jonathan and Caroline find they have more in common than they first thought. I found this book to be very well written, and for an advanced reader copy, it was surprisingly free of grammatical and spelling errors I felt the unfairness of Caroline’s situation, that after having been strung along for years, her fiance ditched her when a rich heiress came on the scene, and that she had surprisingly little support from her family. It would appear that everyone was looking after their own interests rather than protecting her. As the book came to an end, I got really worried that Caroline was going to take the line of least resistance and get married regardless of the cost to her, all the while hoping that Jonathan would get his head screwed on the right way. I enjoyed the characters in this book as well as insights into the advances and state of technology in the Victorian era. Despite Victorian times having a reputation of being emotionally repressed, this book brought out the signs of change taking place in society. I received a copy of this book through NetGalley and this is my honest and voluntary review.
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