Saturday, January 1, 2022

Review: A Scoundrel of Her Own

A Scoundrel of Her Own A Scoundrel of Her Own by Stacy Reid
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

“Sometimes it was not the outcome that made the man, but the journey.”

I feel rather redundant in my reviews for this series. But with each book the story gets better, deeper and truly reading experience.

You are going to read the prologue and then stop. Because their first meeting left me with such profound feelings.

“You remember,” he said gruffly. “Every moment.”

As the story progressed, I fell deeper in love with these fictional character. There was something about his vulnerability and longing. His understanding of what would come to be. Ophelia has her own demons to slay. As a reader you feel she wants to love Devlin openly but holds back because her place in society. Until she puts her past and future to rights does she know she can only make one true choice.

“You are a lady of quality. I am coarse and unfit for you. I know it, but I cannot stay away from you.”

It is the best of historical romance with nods to the tropes within Romeo & Juliet and Pride & Prejudice. It is another brilliant novel of storytelling with immersive experience for the reader. 

Recommendation: Buy it, Read it - experience it.

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