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    A Fresh Story-line If You Don't Mind the Ending

    I received the ARC from NetGally for an honest review The story of Lucy and Colin started really good. I liked Lucy's background as an officers daughter following her father with her mother in the war as well as all the ways she was taught how to defend herself. The peeks into Colin's background were just enough that they gave us ideas about how and why he was the way he was. What I didn't like was all the extreme amounts of detail and information given about the things that didn't matter, and all the information we weren't given that might have. Why the asylum, all the details about what happened, and yet nothing happened with that part of the story. The type of cloth her scullery maid outfit was made of , a paragraph of details that weren't necessary to the story to describe the wool. However, the story was written so that it kept me interested and reading. The reason for the 3 star was that at the end, there's normally the "Bwahaha, I'll get you next time" or "That goose got away, we move onto the next part of our plan" from the villain that leads into the next book. In this one we literally had 4 lead off's into new book territory. 1 is fine, to lead into the next in the series, but 4 just made me mad. Plus the abrupt way the booked ended with the HEA all wrapped up so quickly in a way that didn't make a whole lot of sense.
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    Historical Romance

    Chasing the Heiress by Rachael Miles The Muses’ Salon #2 An heiress hiding from her evil cousin, a younger son working for the government on a secret mission, a potential heir needing protection while being carried to safety, ambushes, injuries, nefarious villains, insane asylums and more are found alongside a romance that took some time to come to fruition. If you like a longer novel with an intricate plot and a bit of work required by the main characters before they achieve their happily ever after then this is a good historical romance for you. Lucy has skills most women of her era do not have and is willing to use them when needed. Colin has a sense of honor that he ascribes to that includes country, family and those he cares for. Lucy and Colin meet under extreme circumstances and then their budding relationship is tested throughout the book. Sometimes life is not easy and both the hero and heroine can attest to this. Thank you to NetGalley and Kensington books for an ARC of this book in exchange for my honest review.
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    Chasing the heiress

    This was one of the most stimulating stories I have read in a long time. The story, characters and the adventure was so exciting it was hard to put it down..
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    4.5 Stars!

    4.5 Stars! A woman on the run. A man on a mission. They need each other to survive the road to an uncertain future. First off, I loved this book so much I went and bought the first one because I craved more of the series. Lucy endeared herself to me from her first appearance. She was eager to dig in and get her hands dirty, whether caring for a wounded stranger or washing hundreds of dishes. Colin had to work to get into my heart, but he got there when he made me laugh and cry in the same chapter. I fell in love with Miles’ writing style and her obvious careful study of the period. The journey Lucy and Colin take is as dangerous as they come for the time period and Miles drew me into that world full of fear, passion, and possibility. By the time the last page arrived I was overjoyed to read such a beautiful and adventurous story, yet sad book three wasn’t out yet. So, of course I went and read book one in the series, Jilting the Duke, to get me through. I will be pre-ordering book three, Tempting the Earl, as soon as it becomes available for the release on October 25th, 2016. I received this book for free from in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
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