Thursday, June 17, 2010

Review: An Improper Lover by Maggi Andersen

An Improper Lover by Maggi Andersen

Publisher: Eternal Press
Genre: Historical Romance

Heat Rating: 1



Everything seems very proper on the surface but murder, intrigue and lust embroil Harriett in a very different scene…

Lady Harriett Edgerton and her family visit a relative in his country mansion in Kent, England, in the early nineteenth century. Harriett finds herself not only caught up in a murder investigation, but falling in love with the wrong man. Determined not to become an old maid with no romantic dalliances, she plans a night of passion to ensure a scandalous past.

Ashira Datya’s Review

I really enjoyed reading An Improper Lover, it reminded me of the romance novels I started out reading. Sisters Harriet and Leonora were as different as night and day. Harriet did not like the bustle of London while Leonora couldn't, or at least didn't want to, live without it.

Harriet and Leonora's family go to the country to pay their last respects to Harrison, a cousin, who married into the family years before. Once in the country, Harriet is reunited with Harrison's cousin Gerard and gets swept up into a mystery that threatens everyone she holds dear.

I have given An Improper Lover three and a half Tea Cups. The story was well written, intriguing and showed the differences between the sisters beautifully. The heat score for An Improper Lover is a one due to the love scenes being un-graphic. An Improper Lover is a great story, one I would not hesitate to read again.

3 1/2 Tea Cups!

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1 comment:

Victoria Dixon said...

Great review. I read it, too and loved it. ;D


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