In case it’s not clear, I can’t recommend enough that you go out and get this book immediately. Block off some time when you can sit and read it and have your tea or wine handy with your Kleenex. You’re going to need it. – Smut Matters
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
The sparks between these two never let up for a second. They were having sex less than fifty pages into the book, and it was good sex. – Smut Matters