Happy Monday, readers!
Today I'm pulling out a favorite historical romance author of mine and sharing an older story by her from 2008. She's topped the New York Times best-selling list many times and has received reviews that knock your socks off!
Jane feather became one of my favorite authors with her title Almost A Bride published back in 2005 and soon after I discovered the wonders of The Book Depository her title, To Wed A Wicked Prince, was the very first book I ordered. From there it's all been downhill! I have every title she owns much to my husband astonishment at how many books I CAN order and DO read. lol
So for today I will offer up an extended snippet from To Wed A Wicked Prince. It's an oldie but it surely is a goodie!
To Wed A Wicked Prince
Back of the Book:
Livia Lacey came to the house she inherited in London's Cavendish Square with her two friends, Lady Cornelia Dagenham and Lady Aurelia Farnham, to experience the excitement of city life. With Cornelia now happily married, Livia and Aurelia are on their own. But dashing Prince Alex Prokov, a newcomer to London, seems enchanted by Liv the moment they meet. Disarmed by the prince's determined pursuit of her, his exuberant joy of living, and the desires he awakens in her, Liv agrees to marry him.
But while night is a time for passionate embraces, Liv discovers that her irresistible husband can be as autocratic as he is extravagantly generous. While Alex balks at Liv's independent ways, he refuses to explain his own comings and goings. When Liv learns one of Alex's secrets she only loves him more. But when she learns the other secret, will she feel wickedly betrayed?
Thank you for stopping in with me today. It's always great to see readers enjoyed the snippets I put up. Hopefully it helps you find new reads or authors to add onto your own list for reading. Another title by Jane feather that recently found its way onto my to-be-read pile is her recent release titled An Unsuitable Bride: part of Ms. Feather's Blackwater Brides series. I absolutely fell in love with the cover and since Amazon offers up Whispersync for Voice for this title I think I'm going to give that a try since I've already purchased the book. If you have tried Whispersync for Voice for any title what are your thoughts? Did you enjoy the option or do you prefer to just read the book yourself?