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  • A fun historical romp

    Well this book had me laughing in quite a few places the mischief that these two get up to is enough to keep you engaged until the last page While this is a new author for me and historical romance isn't normally my thing this re release by Tule publishing kept me engaged Daniella Germaine is determined to get herself back on the deck of her famous pirate father's deck even though she has been dumped by him into the hands of her brother and cast onto the marriage market of London. She knows how to work her way back though she continually gets herself involved in scandal after scandal hoping she will become untouchable to any future groom. The only problem is she has an overprotective coachman who is determined to keep her safe or is there more to him than she realise Her coachman is in fact James Trelissick, Marquis of Lasterton and he intends to kidnap Danielle and swap her for his sister and mother who have been kidnapped by Daniella's father. As these two head North and he puts his plan into action they will fight and tussle their way to Scotland and the meeting with her father The only problem is by the time they arrive he will have fallen in love with his captive a feeling that is mutual and he may not want to hand her back to her father.

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  • Sharp Characters

    I read anything that Tule Publishing sends my way but will admit I wasn’t sure about The Road To Ruin (Daughters of Disgrace #1) by Bronwyn Stuart. I need not have been uncertain about reading because it is quite an entertaining book. That is saying something since I lean more towards contemporary than I do historical romance. What a marvelous movie this book would make. It has Daniella’s outrageous take charge of my life heroine pitted against the ruthlessness of James. He does not agree to cater to Daniella even if he had been fooling her for months. Both characters are unconventional for the times but so much fun because of it. Plenty of delicious banter, action and danger. Both have goals to be achieved, together they can do it but will they lose their hearts in the process? A newer author for me to read. However, I will be looking for more of her books after reading Road To Ruin. Recommend to all who enjoy a rip-roaring read. 4.5 Stars An ARC of the book was given to me by Tule Publishing which I voluntarily chose to read and reviewed. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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