Katharine Ashe cements her place as a premiere Historical Romance author with this witty Regency.
Emily Vale is definitely a delightful surprise. She is whimsical yet wise, fanciful yet factual and a reformer and a romantic.
Colin Gray, Earl of Egremoor, is a product of his upbringing and as little by little details are revealed I found myself falling for him.
Practically from the first word the reader is launched into an adventure alongside with the two compelling characters. The connection and history they have was almost palpable and I just wanted to see what was going to become of it. I will admit it took me a little while to bond with the lead couple as they were both so headstrong, but once I did I couldn’t put the book down having to see just how it ended.
Their journey was amazing, both physically and emotionally. I enjoyed the unique setting and I’d love to read Emily’s sister’s story. I am dying to know what happened to her. If you enjoy a Regency with a twist or simply a beautiful story that will make you laugh and make you cry, this is one book that wants a spot on your shelf.
Colin Gray, Earl of Egremoor, and Emily Vale are childhood friends. What they don’t realize is that they are adult adversaries. Emily is the famed pamphleteer, Lady Justice, who has been attacking her nemesis, Peregrine, much too long for his liking. He wants to unmask the lady, but instead he finds himself on a journey that just might change their relationship forever.
How does a bookish lady bring an arrogant lord to his knees? Entice him to Scotland, strip him of titles and riches, and make him prove what sort of man he truly is.
Handsome, wealthy, and sublimely confident, Colin Gray, the new Earl of Egremoor, has vowed to unmask the rabble-rousing pamphleteer, Lady Justice, the thorn in England’s paw. And he’ll stop at nothing.
Smart, big-hearted, and passionately dedicated to her work, Lady Justice longs to teach her nemesis a lesson in humility. But her sister is missing, and a perilous journey with her archrival into unknown territory just might turn fierce enemies into lovers.