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Source: Received from the publisher Momentum (Pan Macmillan) in return for an honest review

Genre: Historical Romance (Paris, France 1815)

Cover Blurb:

Colonel Gabriel de Laurent departed for the war intending to die.

After a decade of bloodstained battlegrounds while fighting in Napoleon’s army, Gabriel returns to the streets of Paris a shattered and haunted soul. Plagued by inner demons, he swallows the barrel of his flintlock pistol and pulls the trigger.

But fate has a different plan.

Ariah Larochelle is a survivor. Orphaned at twelve and victim to a devastating crime, she has learned to keep her back to walls and to trust no one. But when she finds a gravely injured soldier washed up on the River Seine, she’s moved by compassion. In spite of her reservations, she rescues him from the icy water and brings him into her home.

Now scarred inside and out, Gabriel discovers a kindred spirit in Ariah—and feelings he imagined lost forever reawaken as he observes her strength in the face of adversity. But when Ariah’s own lethal secrets unfold, their new love is threatened by ancient ghosts. Can Gabriel and Ariah find hope in the wreckage of their pasts—or will the cycle of history repeat again?

Perfect for fans of Gaelen Foley’s Lord of Ice and Judith James’s Broken Wing, Finding Gabriel features all the dark romance, searing passion, and historical intrigue of The Phantom of the Opera and Les Misérables.

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Source: Received from the author in return for an honest review

(Comrades in Arms, #2)

Genre: Historical Romance (Regency)

Cover Blurb:

A hero…a rebel…a desire worth fighting for!

When Major Finlay Urquhart was last on the battlefield, he shared a sizzling moment with daring Isabella Romero. Two years later, Finlay has one final duty to perform for his country—one that reunites him with this rebellious señorita!

Except Isabella has her own mission, which means that no matter how much she craves Finlay’s touch, she can never tell him the truth. But she’s underestimated Finlay’s determination to protect her, and soon she finds herself letting her guard down, one scorching kiss at a time!

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Source: Gift from the author

(Hell Yeah! #1)

Genre: Contemporary Erotic Western Romance

Cover Blurb:

An Erotic Romance

Aron McCoy has sworn off women – except for sex. When Libby Fontaine arrives at Aron’s Tebow Ranch, she is determined to cram a lifetime of living into a few short months. The doctor has told her that she can’t count on her remission from leukemia being a permanent one. Their attraction to one another is instantaneous and overwhelming. But when Aron finds out that Libby is innocent – he backs off. He has nothing to offer a girl who deserves white lace and promises. Then Aron catches Libby pleasuring herself in his stock tank and hears her cry out his name – and the heat is on.

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Source: Received from author in return for an honest review

Genre: Historical Romance (Regency)

Cover Blurb:

Christian Fallon, the Duke of Aubrey, has never forgotten the woman he fell in love with six years earlier. Forced by his father to marry another, he endured a miserable marriage. Now a widower, he arrives in London with the intention of vanquishing his enemy, a man who is set on destroying Christian’s family. When he finds that his enemy is courting the woman Christian tried for years to forget, he conceives of a plan to take everything away from the man, including Katherine, the widowed Duchess of Westervly.

Katherine has intentionally caught the eye of the Viscount of DeWynter, a man she can barely tolerate, but her stepmother is missing, and clues lead to the viscount as having a hand in her disappearance. When Christian appears on the scene, she is torn between the two men; Christian, who has held her heart all these years, and DeWynter, whom she believes can lead her to her stepmother.

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Source: Free from Amazon Kindle

(Steam! Romance and Rails series)

Genre: Historical Western Romance (19th Century – 1870)

Cover Blurb:

The War Between the States ended five years ago, but she still pursues her enemy…

Rebel spy turned government rabble rouser Adella Willows receives her mission straight from a Washington senator—play havoc with the Katy Railroad and derail its bid to win the race. The senator craves wealth. Adella craves revenge against the man responsible for her brother’s death. But her plans crumble into chaos when she enters a battle of wits with the railroad’s foreman.

An ocean separates him from his failures in Ireland, but he’s still haunted by those who died…

Seasoned railroad foreman Cormac McGrady’s sole desire is keeping his workmen safe and employed, which means keeping the Katy ahead of its rivals. But the beautiful spy bedeviling his railroad needs protecting as well. Cormac must choose between winning the race and winning Adella’s heart, while Adella must choose whether she lives for revenge or dies for love.

This novella is part of the “Passion’s Prize” anthology and the “Steam! Romance and Rails” series.

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Source: Purchased from Amazon Kindle

(An American Heiress in London, #3)

Genre: Historical Romance (Victorian)

Cover Blurb:

She’s an American heiress. He’s a devilish earl. When these two collide, the sparks ignite a shocking scandal in USA Today bestselling author Laura Lee Guhrke’s unforgettable Victorian-era romance.

Linnet Holland wants nothing to do with fortune hunters. No, she’s determined to marry a man who loves her. But just as she’s about to accept the perfect marriage proposal from the man she wants, the rakish Earl of Featherstone interrupts and ruins everything, including her reputation, with his smoldering kiss.

Jack Featherstone knows all about Linnet’s “intended”, and he’s determined she won’t fall prey to that villain as other women have in the past. But when his attempt to save Linnet ruins her instead, he knows he has to make things right. So he sets out to win this golden beauty . . . and prove to her that being ruined by him was the best thing that could have happened to her.

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Source: Purchased from Amazon Kindle

Genre: Historical Erotic Romance (Victorian)

Cover Blurb:

A sheikh without a country. A woman without fear. A love hotter than the Sahara.

In his heart, Viscount Blakeney will always be Sheikh Altair Mazir, but a deathbed oath to his English grandfather forces him to divide his time between Britain and his beautiful Sahara. A victim of prejudice from both cultures, he has learned a bitter lesson. Trust no one.

Yet when he witnesses firsthand the British Museum’s rejection of Alexandra Talbot’s request for assistance in finding the lost city of Ramesses II, he finds himself not only compelled to help, but donning his desert robes to hide his identity.

Alexandra is all too familiar with men who equate her sex with a lack of intelligence. But the mysterious Altair isn’t like other men. He never questions her ability to find the lost city, only her resistance to the sinful pleasure of his touch.

Bound by a Pharaoh’s prophecy, desire flares between them under the desert stars. But murder and betrayal turn their quest into a deadly game, pushing their fragile trust to the breaking point. A trust that must be reforged if they are to survive.

This book has been previously published by Samhain Publishing.

Warning: Contains a half-blood prince of the desert whose tortured Bedouin heart beats beneath a proper English cravat. And an American archaeologist who’ll go a long way to fulfil her dreams.

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Source: Purchased from Amazon Kindle

(The Reckless Rockfords, #1)

Genre: Historical Erotic Romance (Victorian)

Cover Blurb:

Helen Rivenall is willing to do anything to escape the brutality of her uncle’s home. But a promise of honest employment is a ruse. Drugged and auctioned off in a notorious London brothel, she finds herself won by a man who wants nothing from her except her participation in a harmless charade. Left with no choice, she reluctantly agrees, but as their web of lies grows, so does temptation and the realization that pleasure and sin are often one and the same.

Sebastian Rockwood, Earl of Melton is haunted by a dark secret in his past. One that taught him control is a personal trait to be valued above all others. He also learned never to give his heart to anyone. The risk is too great. Yet where Helen is concerned, his prized control is slowly giving way to temptation, and all too quickly he discovers nothing can protect him from the ultimate obsession – love.

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Source: Purchased from Amazon Kindle

(The Reckless Rockfords, #2)

Genre: Historical Erotic Romance (Victorian)

Cover Blurb:

Behind the mask lies love-a dangerous and deadly emotion.
Constance Athelson, Viscountess Westbury has a gift she can’t reveal. She sees things others can’t, including the dead. The only thing she can’t see is into the heart of Lucien Blakemore, Earl of Lyndham. After one blissful night in his arms, she knows if she’s ever to win his heart, she must free him from his tortured past.

Lucien Blakemore met the Egyptian goddess Isis at a masked ball, but she vanished into the night before he could learn her real name. It’s just as well, since the Blakemore Curse makes love a dangerous and deadly emotion for him. But the erotic night he spent with his mysterious lover makes him want to throw caution aside-if only for one more night with his masked goddess.

Warning, this title contains the following: explicit sex with a hero whose torment equals that of Jane Eyre’s Mr. Rochester.

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I’m delighted to welcome Award-winning author VALERIE BOWMAN to Rakes and Rascals today for an exclusive interview.

Thank you so much for inviting me, Carol. I’m thrilled to be here.

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R&R:
Could you tell us where you were born and what it was like growing up there?

Valerie:
I grew up in a small town in the U.S. in east-central Illinois called Rantoul. My father was in the U.S. Air Force and there was an Air Force Base (Chanute) there then (though my father was out of the service by the time I was born). I can’t say I ever felt as if I truly belonged in the farmlands of Illinois. It’s a beautiful place but both of my parents were originally from the South (Oklahoma and Florida) and based on our family vacations, I always dreamed of moving to Florida. I went to college in Massachusetts but after that I moved to Florida the first chance I got. I’m happy to say I’m still here!

R&R:
How would you describe yourself – temperamental or easy-going?

Valerie:
I like to refer to myself as a Type B+ personality. I’m not quite Type A because I love to take naps and relax but I’m about as organized, detail-oriented, and perfectionistic as a Type B can get, I think. So, I’d have to say I’m both temperamental (at times) and easy-going (at times). I don’t know. Somehow it works for me.

R&R:
When it comes to food do you like sweet or savoury or both?

Valerie:
Both! I devour carbs. My favorite part of Thanksgiving here in the States is the dressing (aka stuffing) but cake is also one of my personal weaknesses. It’s not a great combination for someone trying to watch her weight. Sigh.

R&R:
What is your most treasured possession?

Valerie:
What a terrific question! I’m really not very sentimental when it comes to items. But I’d have to say my most treasured possession is my collection of the books I’ve written. They sit in a special case in my front room. They amaze me every time I see them. I always think, “I can’t believe I wrote them!”

R&R:
If you were able to afford a second home anywhere in the world where would you choose and why?

Valerie:
This one is easy! New England. I would love to live half of the year in Florida and the other half in Maine or somewhere remote and snowy with maybe a view of a lake and lots of trees. My father grew up in Florida but the Bowman family was originally from Maine. I think that mix is still in me.

R&R:
Finally, what has been your most embarrassing moment?

Valerie:
Oh, I’ve had some doozies, believe me, like the time I wore two different shoes to work, but the most embarrassing in recent memory was at the Romance Writers of America national conference last year when I mistook Sara Jane Stone for Caroline Linden and gushed about what a big fan I was. Sara said, “Valerie, we’ve met.” And I said, “Oh, no, I think I’d remember it if we had.” I finally realized my mistake and spent the rest of the conference following Sara Jane around and apologizing for being such a doofus. She was lovely and forgiving, thank goodness. (NOTE: I did get to meet Caroline and gush too!)

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Valerie, thank you so much for taking time out to be here today and sharing these interesting facts about yourself.

Thanks so much, Carol. It was great fun to answer the questions. It brought back some terrific memories.

If you would like to find out more about Valerie and her books, here are the links:

Website
Goodreads
Facebook
Twitter


(Must Love Rogues, #1)

Genre: Historical Romance (Regency)

Cover Blurb:

A Lady Ready for Battle:
Miss Harriet Manning once made the mistake of falling completely, totally, and irreversibly in love with a duke’s son. It’s a mistake she won’t repeat twice. Truly. Especially since he abandoned her just when they were about to elope to Gretna Green. Five years later, Harriet hasn’t forgotten the way Lord Garret’s smoldering gaze and wicked sense of humor touched her soul. Still, there’s no way she’ll forgive the traitorous libertine, no matter how he stirs her passions. Now, Harriet is determined to show him she doesn’t care, and never did, by making merry right under his nose but a tragic turn of events at her cousin’s wedding has her wondering if just maybe, love deserves one last chance.

A Lord Who Lost His Heart:
Lord Garret Hart, second son of a duke and now brother to the present Duke of Huntsdown, is never ever EVER getting married. Bachelorhood is for him. After all, women are the very devil. Especially one woman. Miss Harriet Manning is Garret’s own personal Medusa and she has turned his heart to stone. Indeed she has, but not before she absolutely ripped it to shreds, leaving him a complete wreck. Nothing will ever induce him to matrimony or nauseating protestations of boyish love again. But when he is forced into close proximity at his brother’s wedding with the woman who first taught him to dream and see the world as a wondrous place, sparks flash and passions explode. Still, Harriet is not to be trusted. She callously betrayed him once. So how can he ever allow himself another chance at love when love always seems to hurt so much?

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I remember seeing the Royal Shakespeare Company’s excellent production of “Much Ado About Nothing” at Stratford upon Avon in 1976, starring renowned British actors Judi Dench and Donald Sinden. You are probably asking what this has to do with my review. Well, Ms Devon draws inspiration for her book from that play…a story of misunderstandings, betrayal, deceptions and enduring love.

As I have come to expect from Eva Devon, THE ROGUE AND I, the first book in her Must Love Rogues series, is funny, emotional, romantic and sensual but also tinged with sadness.

The flashbacks that are interspersed throughout the first part of the book allow us to see Garret and Harriet as romantic young lovers with hopes and dreams before the pain of betrayal shatters their love. These flashbacks made it easy for me to understand the hurt and anger Harriet and Garret feel and why, whenever they meet, they engage in such biting verbal duelling.

“How ever did you survive without me to criticize you these past months? He asked cheerfully.

“Never doubt my ability to sharpen my wit without you about, easy target that you are.”

He tsked. “How sad that you must always be so sharp. “ He crossed towards her, his powerful legs eating up the short space. At last, he stood before her, looking down several inches, his dark eyes glinting. “Someone will soon clip your claws.”

Harry met that gaze and tilted her chin up. With a surprising gesture even to herself, she planted her hands on her hips. “Not before I scratch their face.”

The witty skirmishes between these two strong and stubborn people certainly provide plenty of laughs but also expose their vulnerabilities. It is these vulnerabilities that make Harriet and Garret such endearing characters.

Despite all this hostility, I could feel the sexual tension between them and it’s obvious they still have deep feelings for each other although wild horses wouldn’t drag the truth from them. Family machinations do more harm than good and it takes an act of malice to unite them in a common cause, allowing them to finally admit their love for each other. It does take Garret a little longer to realise how much he loves Harriet but his declaration of love is well worth waiting for…definitely sigh-worthy.

“You are the love of my life and I will never be content in this life without you. How can I live without my happiness anymore, my Lady of Shalot, my Harry.”

There is a secondary romance between Emmeline (Harry’s cousin) and Edward (Garret’s brother) but what happens on their wedding day is truly heart-breaking. I cheered Emmeline when she rises from the ashes stronger and more confident and Edward deserves every harsh word she throws at him. I loved Garret for believing in Emmeline even when his brothers refuse to.

I hated John, Garret’s half-brother, for all the heartache he caused but I was intrigued by his character and his motivations. I just wonder whether redemption is on the cards for him.

I was delighted by Garret’s words in the Epilogue which suggest more books to come…

But none of them are at the end of their story, so happily ever after may yet await them,” Garret said brightly.

How I imagine Garret and Harriet –

Kenneth Branagh and Emma Thompson in
“Much Ado About Nothing ” (1993)

My Verdict: A great start to a new series. Definitely recommended!

 

REVIEW RATING: 5/5 STARS

SENSUALITY RATING: HOT

Read July 2015

**My thanks to Eva Devon for sending me a copy of this book in return for an honest review. **

(How to Marry a Highlander, #1)

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Cover Blurb:

American lass seeks brawny Scot...

As if being newly single isn’t brutal enough, Sloane Chatfield’s friends are getting obnoxious about setting her up. When Sloane insists she’s waiting for a certain sexy fictional Highlander to come along, her friends surprise her with a trip to Scotland to find her a new boyfriend. She’d rather have a root canal. But if she can find a Highland hunk to “break her heart” before her friends arrive…

In a remote Highland village, Galen Buchanan is struggling to keep the family pub afloat. Everything is falling apart, he’s running out of money, and now there’s an opinionated American lass parked at his best table, driving him mad. But then Sloane asks Galen to be her pretend Highland boyfriend…and offers him enough money to save the pub. It’s only for a few days, he figures. What’s the worst that could happen?

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Contemporary romances aren’t my usual fare but Julia London’s pairing of a prim American heroine, a hunky Scottish hero, a charming Scottish setting, some great secondary characters, plenty of humour and a sexy romance made this most enjoyable.

It’s impossible not to like Galen. He’s handsome, sexy and funny…a winning combination. He’d given up an unsatisfying career in agricultural law to return home to the small village of Gairloch to run the Black Thistle, the local pub. When his grandfather died, the family had wanted to sell the pub but it was where he had grown up and it represented everything that had been good about his life. He sees it as the family legacy and I like his determination to keep the pub going. He obviously cares about the village and the villagers. So when he doesn’t have the necessary funds for repairs that are desperately needed to the pub, Galen finds himself accepting a strange proposition from the prim and opinionated American woman who has been frequenting his pub recently.

Sloane’s self-worth takes a real blow when she is jilted by her fiancé who accuses her of being a “cold fish”. She has all sorts of insecurities about herself and the last thing she wants is her well-meaning friends trying to fix her up with a new man. She has the perfect plan to derail their schemes…a fictitious holiday in Scotland…only to find it becomes a reality when her friends insist on going too! Sloane reverts to plan B – fly to Scotland earlier; announce she has found her own highland “hottie”; break up with said boyfriend; cue one broken heart…no more meddling friends. Great plan or it would be if her friends weren’t going to arrive earlier than expected. Sloane is desperate to find a temporary Scottish boyfriend and the only possible candidate seems to be the shaggy-haired, local pub owner.

I do love an opposites attract theme because it generally leads to some witty dialogue and amusing scenes as the hero and heroine each try to get the upper hand. The initial bickering between Galen and Sloane is delightful…

“Can you cook?”
“Cook? I’m not going as your slave.”
“You’re going as my girlfriend, aye? My girlfriends cook. They can dig a ditch and they donna fear getting dirty.They donna worry about fingernails and hair. My girlfriends desire only to please me.”
“Well, that certainly answers the mystery of why you don’t have one,” she said, and folded her arms.

It was fun watching city girl Sloane coping with life in the Scottish Highlands. I had to laugh when she and Galen are riding out to repair a fence on Galen’s brother’s place and Sloane appears wearing jodhpurs and an equestrian shirt. Then there’s the bath scene which is hilarious.

I enjoyed the slow building romance between them. They actually talk and begin to enjoy each other’s company and Galen is surprised to realise he actually likes Sloane.

He liked her. How was that possible? He was a practical man, a no-nonsense man. But he liked her grit and good cheer when he made her work on the fence. He liked her determination to live up to her part of the bargain. He liked her smile and her bum and the way her eyes shone with delight at the strangest things.

It’s also a journey of self-discovery for Sloane from which she emerges a much stronger and more emotionally stable person. It was satisfying to see her enjoying life again and falling in love with not only Galen but also with everything around her.

It was all so delicious. All of it. The sea, the scenery, the man.

The secondary characters – Sloane’s interfering friends, the assorted regulars at the Black Thistle and Galen’s family – all add vibrancy to the story.

My only gripe was Galen’s Scottish dialect. I found myself concentrating on the actual words rather than what was being said and, at times, this pulled me out of the story. It’s a personal preference but I would rather the speech were written with just the hint of an accent. However, this is only a minor point and overall it didn’t spoil my enjoyment of the story.

My Verdict: Fun, entertaining and romantic. The perfect holiday read.

REVIEW RATING: 4/5 STARS

SENSUALITY RATING: WARM

Read July 2015

**I received a copy of this book from the publisher, Entangled Publishing: Lovestruck, in return for an honest review.**

I’m thrilled to welcome US Today and New York Times bestselling author, GRACE BURROWES to Rakes and Rascals today for an exclusive interview.

Thank you, Carol, and it’s a pleasure to be here!

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R&R:
Could you tell us where you were born and what it was like growing up there?

Grace:
I was born in Centre County, PA, an unusual place. It’s mostly farmland, but also home to the Pennsylvania State University (and about 35,000 undergraduates), where my father taught for 35 years and where I attended college. My upbringing was thus rural, with many summers spent on my godparents’ farm, and academic. This was perfect for an imaginative introvert, keeping me in touch with both nature and ideas.


Me, aged eight

R&R:
How would you describe yourself – temperamental or easy-going?

Grace:
Interesting question. One of my sisters once remarked that it’s fortunate I’m kind-hearted, because I also have a ruthlessly analytical side. I get worked up over injustice—a fine quality in a child welfare attorney—but I have no killer instinct. I want us all to get along, and so I pull my argumentative punches outside the courtroom, and write happily ever afters. So maybe, neither temperamental nor easy going, but something in-between?

R&R:
When it comes to food do you like sweet or savoury or both?

Grace:
Oh, I do love food! I’d say I like sweet or savory, but not dishes that combine them. No pineapple on my pizza, no sweet and sour anything. No chocolate-bacon-chili pepper gourmet anything.

R&R:
What is your most treasured possession?

Grace:
A compassionate heart, closely followed by a vivid imagination.

R&R:
If you were able to afford a second home anywhere in the world where would you choose and why?

Grace:
A second home sounds like unnecessary complication and expense. I’d live in Scotland if the immigration laws allowed me to (they don’t). I love the scenery and climates, the culture, the proximity to the rest of Europe, the commitment to constructive public dialogue on major issues, the tolerance of outsiders, and the commitment to renewable energy sources…. There’s much to admire there, and a fascinating past.

R&R:
Finally, what has been your most embarrassing moment?

Grace:
I’d have to think about that, but I know when I make a mistake in a book, I’m mortified. In my June release (Thomas—The Jaded Gentlemen, Book I), I referred repeatedly to Brighton when I meant Portsmouth. For a US reader, it probably made no difference, but I have many readers in the UK. Fortunately, a UK reader pointed out the boo-boo, and I can fix it once the sales slowdown.

I’ve been to both cities, I know Brighton has no harbor while Portsmouth does, but I get like some people with a weed whacker. They fire up that thing, get their head downs, and start working their way around the property. They won’t look up, won’t notice that they’ve wandered halfway down the neighbor’s driveway as long as more weeds fall within their line of sight. They become the Weed Terminator, until they run out of gas.

I get like that as a writer, so consumed with the story that I lose sight of the words, and even an egregiously wrong word won’t stand out to me in review. ARGH!

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Grace, thank you so much for taking time out to be here today and sharing these interesting facts about yourself.

Your questions made me think, Carol—always a good thing—and it was a pleasure to join you today.

If you would like to find out more about Grace and her books, here are the links:

Website
Goodreads
Facebook
Twitter: @GraceBurrowes

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