Mi Amado Lord (Boscastle #2)
Para alejarla de su afición al escándalo y los bailes, la familia de Chloe ha terminado por recluirla en la aburrida mansión de su tío, Sir Humprey. Atrás quedan las fiestas, las risas y las amistades más peligrosas. Pero ahora se enfrenta a una situación inimaginable, secuestrada en su propia casa por un hombre al que todos creen muerto, un sujeto peligroso, desesperado.....more
The Love Affair of an English Lord is a cute read but I was hoping for so much more. ~ Cerise, www.ireadromance.com
This book was just enough for what I wanted. Chloe and Dominic never really connected on a mental level, more physically than anything el...more
Chloe is brazen, independent and quick-minded. A true Boscastle, nothing less than the male ones...
Her brothers and sister thought they had her neatly tucked away in the country with her aunt and uncle, where she can do no more harm to her already da...more
Chloe and Dominic's story is a whirlwind from the moment they meet: when she discovers him in her trunk of undergarments, bleeding from a stab wound. (Yikes!) While their story...more
Behavior did not seem right for the historical period and the speech didn't either.
Not for me.
The heroine, Chloe, is a spirited young woman, looking for adventure and entertainment in some wrong places. The hero, what's-his-name, was... good-looking? Also, people were trying to kill him, even though he faked his own death because somebody tried to kill him. Don't ask. I was not impressed with t...more
Hunter’s novel engages the reader from the first page with an int...more
But, just because she is in the country, it doesn't mean she's going to be proper. Instead, she's too busy falling in love with a man most people believe to be a ghost.
Someone tried to kill Dominic Breckland so he decided to play dead. Only he's bee...more
I also would have liked a few POV changes to the villain, to see what he was up to. When we get into the story, we learn the villain has been accused an...more
A fast plot, endearing characters and love scenes taken up a notch make for an enjoyable read. JH is reminiscent of a Mary Balogh "Lite".