Let's welcome in the new week with author Heather Snow's Sweet Enemy!
Not too long ago I discovered this historical romance author and found she writes with an elegant prose and a taste for description that depicts the time period she writes in. With only two releases under her name she has garnered a loyal reader with me. There are times when historical romance authors lose my interest with the lack of ability to sweep me away into another time and place, when in fact, that is the purpose when reading a historical novel. The romance may be nice, but if you cannot have the setting nothing else matters.
Heather Snow is an author that knows how to write historical romance. If you have read her books, what is your opinion? I'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below after reading today's extended snippet. I hope you enjoy!
Back of the book:
Geoffrey Wentworth, the Earl of Stratford, is a war hero focused on affairs of king and country rather than affairs of the heart. Nevertheless, his mother is playing matchmaker and has invited potential brides to visit the family estate. Geoffrey resigns himself to playing host to a gaggle of husband-hunters more interested in his title than in him—until he unexpectedly meets one notable and intriguing exception.Miss Liliana Claremont has no interest in being an earl’s wife, least of all Wentworth’s—the son of the man she believes murdered her father. Liliana is determined to find evidence of the crime, but her behavior rouses the earl’s suspicions as well as her own undeniable attraction to a man she thought was her enemy. As Geoffrey and Liliana explore their growing passion for one another, the truth behind their fathers’ enmity threatens to destroy their newfound love…
Thank you for stopping in and spending a little bit of your Monday with me here at Bookin' It Reviews. It's always a pleasure to talk books with fellow book lovers. What did you think of today's choice? Do you like Ms. Snows writing style? Did two days snippet intrigue you? I'd love to hear your thoughts! :-)