Tuesday, March 6, 2018

#Review: A ROGUE OF HER OWN by Grace Burrowes

5 of 5 stars

Miss Charlotte Windham kisses Mr. Lucas Sherbourne one last time before she gets ready to decline his marriage proposal. Trouble is, that passionate kiss which was to be a treasured memory, was witnessed by her aunt and uncle. Thoroughly compromised, Charlotte now finds herself married to Sherbourne without the benefit of a courtship to even get to know him. Lucas doesn't want to be anyone's husband, but he does the honorable thing and marries Charlotte. Now these two independent and fierce souls must learn to compromise if they ever want to have a successful and loving marriage.

I am a fan of Ms. Burrowes and I enjoyed this book immensely. She's a master storyteller as she teases out emotions of the hero and heroine with none of the "insta" love some stories have. I adored Sherbourne. He was such a good, decent and honorable man. His relationships with the secondary characters evolve quite nicely as well making for a well rounded storyline. There was a couple of twists and turns in this book and fans of Regency romances will definitely enjoy this one.

I received a copy of this book in exchange for a fair and honest review.