Gritty, dark, sexy and a little disturbing - all of these could be said about CD Reiss's Corruption Series. Rich society girl Therese, just on the heels of the scandal of her fiance's very pubic infidelity, meets the very guy she shouldn't pursue: Antonio, mafia capo and all-around dangerous guy... dangerous, as in people from all angles are trying to get rid of him in one way or another. But of course, he's hot and much better in bed than her previous boyfriend, but it's not
Good historical romances always feel like guilty pleasures for me - overindulgent but ultimately satisfying. The Spymaster's Lady is no exception, and you don't have to look any further than the cover for a hint at what I mean:) But in a refreshing twist, though the plot is filled with melodrama, the characters themselves are rather understated for romance. The book places the classic spy vs. spy love trope in the time of Napoleonic France. Annique and Grey find each other in
Three quick pieces of news to share today: First, I just got word that I was the top blogger for September on the Romance Lives Forever blog! Here's the post with the announcement (I don't have a Twitter account, so the headline went to the #2 person!): http://romancelivesforever.blogspot.com/2015/10/gems.html ... and here's the interview that created the traffic in the first place: http://romancelivesforever.blogspot.com/search?q=Rebecca+Hunter Second, my article for BonBon
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