Lorraine Heath managed to take a storyline that could have been cringeworthy in the hands of a less adept author and make it believable and heartbreaking – Smut Matters
This may be the first Lorraine Heath book I’ve read, but it will definitely not be the last. – Smut Matters
I enjoyed this more as an historical novel than an historical romance. – Smut Matters.
Every time I put it down, I was twitchy and eager to get back to it. – Smut Matters
I went with three and half stars because while I enjoyed this book, the romance felt a little forced. I thought Devon and Kathleen were better suited as friends. If this had been a contemporary, I’d suggest friends with benefits. – Smut Matters
There isn’t really anything new say about this series, but I spent 40 hours listening to this audiobook, so I’m doing a review, damn it. – Smut Matters
This book was all my catnip. Childhood friends? Check. Long separation? Check. Both in love and both convinced they can’t be together? Check check checkity-check. – Smut Matters