Sunday, October 10, 2010

Review: Her Laird, Her Lover by Sable Grey

Her Laird, Her Lover by Sable Grey

Publisher: Breathless Press
Genre: Historical Romance

Heat Rating: 2



Scottish border lord Robert Shelley doesn't believe that the blind woman has the gift of knowing, and quickly learns that his suspicions are correct, but what he doesn't expect is the searing lust she ignites inside him.

Katie Stewart has been swept back into medieval time and has adjusted the best way she knows how—by conning her way into enough coins to survive. She's content with her life until a big Scotsman walks into her cottage and seizes her heart, making her want more than just his gifts and the occasional romp. Katie wants him—forever.

Ashira Datya’s Review

I got the unexpected when I read Her Laird. I expected it to be a flowing love story, not a story that went right into the meat of the story. Katie, a young blind woman lived alone with her mother Magda. Katie's life is turned around again when Robert Shelley walks into the home/shop Magda and Katie live in and operate.

Katie and Robert begin a quick and passionate love affair, neither can stay away from each other and when tragedy strikes, Robert and his family are there for Katie when she needs help.

I was really happy with this story and I only have one complaint; it isn't long enough! I give it three teacups and a heat score of two. I would read anything by this author in a heart beat.

3 Tea Cups!


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