Publisher: Eternal Press
Genre: Historical Romance
Heat Rating: 2
Evil forces are at play surrounding Angelique Beauvisage, but she has no clue. Sensuous and suspense-filled, ANGEL OF WINDWORD, begins with a murder that takes place four years before and turns into a perilous cat and mouse game played by two reluctant lovers, who spin a web of deception that only their love can unravel. Having traded the blissful existence of her beloved Loire Valley, Angelique Beauvisage finds that Windword Hall has more than one villainous skeleton in the closet.
Ashira Datya’s Review
Angelique, a beautiful young French girl, learns from her brothers and step mother that she is to be married to Nicholas Kent, the wealthy son of an English business man. Heartbroken that she must leave the man she loves, Angelique and Nicholas marry and return to England. Once in England, Angelique and Nicholas find themselves caught in a web of deceit and mystery.
I really enjoyed Angel of Windword, it was a thoroughly charming and well written novel. Angelique was an easy character to understand, and the way that Nicholas was described was drool worthy. It made me wish, for a brief moment, that I was Angelique.
I have given Angel of Windword three and a half Tea Cups; I would love to read this story again, and I am eagerly awaiting the sequel. I give Angel of Windword a heat rating of two; the love scenes are stirring, but not overly graphic. I can't wait to read the sequel.
3 1/2 Tea Cups!