Season of Denial
When her twin sister, Bridget, betrays Lady Mairin’s trust by marrying a man within the Great Family, Mairin determines she will find a suitable husband elsewhere, no matter what.
Iefan Davies, the family rakehell, who has rejected both the family and society, introduces Mairin
The story starts with the typical wallflower in her sixth season still waiting for a proposal and the typical ra ...more
This is one of my favorite series in the historical romance genre. Tracy Cooper-Posey fills her stories with complex characters, strong ...more
Mairin is tolerating her 6th season; ready to go to the country and give up on a match. When Iefan, who stays a bit outside the family influence, takes her under his wing and shows her a more “relaxed” side of the ton. Iefan also gives her tips to snare a duke – quite successfully. It may become a case of “be careful what you wish for”.
The reader is once again brought into this fascinating family, and their private flaunting of societal norms in deference ...more
I loved the unique characters and exciting plot. There was no miscommunication, no pretense, no immature or unrealistic behavior by any characters. The main characters were both admirable and fascinating people.
Each book in the series gets be ...more
As with anything that is written by this author I loved it.
It is no 7 in the series. But it can be read as a standalone.
As in the previous books it picks characters that have been mentioned before to now make their story the main story. This time Lady Mairin of the Great Family and Iefan Davis, her cousin, also of the Great Family are the featured players.
Mairin decided years ago that she did not want to marry in the family. Iefan does not want to give up h ...more
I voluntarily reviewed a copy of this book. ...more
The characters are so well drawn and the writing is flowing and easy. I liked the story going from London to Algeria as the lead female found her independence. Yes the main male went rather quickly from a scoundrel to a man in love unlike the female but it lead to a n exiting hea.
Another hit. I was afraid this book wasn't going to be as good as the others when it first started out, but then the pace picked up and I couldn't put it down. So if you think it is a bit slow going I suggest you keep on reading and you won't be disappointed. ...more
I voluntary reviewed an advance copy of this book.
She turned to indie publishing in 2011. Her indie titles have been nominated four times for Book Of The Year and ...more