A Ribbon of Moonlight

Elaine Coffman entertains readers with this witty traditional Regency romance. Quinn Wescott is one of the most charming heroes I have ever met yet all his London polish is no match for the fresh and lovely Catherine Flowers. Catherine is a sweet and smart heroine with just the right amount of sass. These two might be worlds apart but it seems they were destined for one another. I loved watching Quinn handle all of Catherine's suitors and his intrigue at her lack of Town social skills. I chuckled out loud a time or two while reading this story and I'm not ashamed to admit that I rather enjoyed his turmoil. The supporting characters added wonderful flavor and detail to the story. I'd love to see each of Quinn's friends find their own loves and see just how they handle the adventure. I would also love to see Catherine's friend find her match. I highly recommend this for anyone looking for a sweet traditional Regency Romance. It's a fun and fast read and left me with a huge smile on my face.

Quinn Wescott, Marquess of Waverly has inherited an estate and a child from a distant cousin and although he isn't pleased about the situation he plans to do right by the young girl. Imagine his surprise when he shows up laden with toys and gifts only to discover his ward is definitely not a child but rather the beautiful young woman he has kissed. The solution to his problem is simple, find her a husband to quickly take her off his hands, however no one seems good enough in his eyes. What is a Marquess to do?

Book Blurb for A Ribbon of Moonlight

Quinn Wescott, Marquess of Waverly, has a problem. He’s been forced to care for the daughter—a girl he’s never met—of a distant cousin. Expecting a child, he has no idea she is the enchantingly beautiful young woman he recently met, and kissed, at a masquerade ball. His only option is to marry her off in order to avoid his feelings for her. But that option simply does not work for either of them.

A Blush® historical romance from Ellora’s Cave

Publisher’s Note: This book was previously published elsewhere.

Night Owl Reviews Jul, 2014 4.00