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    enjoyed this historical romance!

    I quite enjoyed this historical romance novel! The story pulls you in right away with the tragic death of Nora's brother, a death she attributes to his involvement with the Lords of Anarchy driving club and one she is determined to investigate, as is her ex-fiance and friend of her brother, Freddy. Forming an alliance again for the sake of solving the mystery, it becomes more than just a pretend engagement as the feelings they had before come back to the surface. I really liked both characters in the story. Nora was feisty, determined and quite willing to stand up for herself and her beliefs. She's a poet and a proponent of women's rights and doesn't back down from a challenge. At the same time she has a softer side, and her feelings for Freddy are quite strong and genuine. She broke off their previous engagement for reasons she's kept hidden but are revealed as the story progresses. Freddy too was a wonderful character as a loyal and confident man, one who still has feelings for Nora and isn't afraid to reveal them to her even at the expense of dashing his hopes for reconciling their past failed relationship. There is a definite attraction between them and their love scenes are tender yet sexy. Throughout the story the mystery of Nora's brother's death is slowly revealed and I really enjoyed how the suspense subplot weaved its way throughout. There was a good mix of tension, action and drama along with the romance. I liked the group of friends they spend time with, giving us lots of witty conversation and banter. As well, the driving club scenario was really interesting and well researched. An entertaining and delightful read, leaving the reader with a hint of what's to come next. 4 stars.

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