#Blogtour #Review: Lord Ravenscar's Inconvenient Betrothal by Lara Temple @laratemple1 @MillsandBoon @rararesources #LordRavenscar
Release date - 22nd February 2018
Book length - 288 pages
Publisher - Mills & Boon Historical
Book Depository - www.bookdepository.com
Amazon UK - www.amazon.co.uk
Amazon US - www.amazon.com
I want to thank Rachel from www.rachelsrandomresources.com for the opportunity to take part in this blog tour and for providing me with a copy of this book via Netgalley.
ABOUT THE BOOK
Alan Rothwell, Marquess of Ravenscar, is furious when unconventional heiress Lily Wallace refuses him purchase of her property. He can’t even win her over with his infamous charm.
But when fever seizes him and they’re trapped together, horrified, Alan realizes Lily’s attentions will compromise them both! His solution: take Lily as his betrothed before desire consumes them completely…
LORD RAVENSCAR'S INCONVENIENT BETROTHAL by Lara Temple is exactly what you want from a historical romance and a lovely way to entertain yourself for an evening.
Alan Rothwell is a man with a past - a past that he has blocked out as much as possible - but he is used to getting what he wants when he turns on his infamous charm. But when the spirited and feisty Lily Wallace does not fall at his feet and allow him to buy her property, it infuriates and confuses him. But he is also confused by this unique woman too. And when he falls ill and she nurses him through it, Rothwell knows that there is one way to solve all of their problems ...
LORD RAVENSCAR'S INCONVENIENT BETROTHAL by Lara Temple is a romance that centres around friendship, passion and allowing yourself to open up so someone no matter how difficult it may be. While this is the second book in the series it can easily be read as a standalone which is what I did. With likeable characters, that are sometimes exasperating, this is a great read for historical romance fans and I highly recommend it.
When I was fifteen I found a very grubby copy of Georgette Heyer’s Faro’s Daughter in an equally grubby book store. Several blissful hours later I emerged, blinking, into the light of day completely in love with Max Ravenscar and with Regency Romance.
But the love remained one-sided as I progressed through various fascinating but completely unrelated careers in finance and high tech until my mother gave me a firm shove by entering one my many drawer-directed novels into Harlequin’s annual writing contest. To my shocked surprise I not only made it to the top ten but Harlequin commissioned me to write five Regency romances.
I write strong, sexy, and suspenseful regency romances about complex individuals who give no quarter but deliver plenty of passion.
Like every (or most) writers, I would love to hear from you about books (not only mine) and history and whatever you find that makes you love this period and genre.
I live with my husband and two children who are very good about my taking over the kitchen table for my writing (so I can look out over the garden and dream). I love to travel (especially to places steeped in history) and hike and read as many books as possible (which just about sums up my dream vacation).
I recently went back to look for that grubby crowded little bookstore but couldn’t quite remember around what corner it was…hopefully it is still there and another girl is in the corner by the window, reading and dreaming…
For more information:
Website - www.laratemple.com
Twitter - twitter.com/laratemple1
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Hi fellow bookworms. My name is Linda and I'm a reviewer & blogger, wife & mother who loves all things books!
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