Thursday, November 25, 2010

Review: The Debutante’s Dilemma by Elyse Mady

The Debutante’s Dilemma by Elyse Mady

Publisher: Carina Press
Genre: Historical Romance

Heat Rating: 3



One woman in search of passion
Miss Cecilia Hastings has achieved what every young lady hopes for during her first London duplicate! She's caught the eye of not one but two of England's most eligible bachelors. Both Jeremy Battersley, Earl of Henley, and Richard Huxley, Duke of Wexford, are handsome, wealthy and kind, the epitome of proper gentlemen. But Cecilia doesn't want proper, she wants passion. So she issues a challenge to her suitors: a kiss, so that she may choose between them.

Two men in love with the same woman

Friends since childhood, and compatriots on the battlefields of Spain, Jeremy and Richard have found that falling for the same woman has set them at odds and risks destroying their friendship forever. But a surprising invitation to a late-night garden tryst soon sets them on a course that neither of them could have anticipated. And these gentlemen quickly discover that love can take many forms...

Hunter's Review

I loved this short story. It is so clever. I have read a million ballroom tales, I’ll admit I’m a sucker for stories of the ton but never have I read a ménage book written like this one. Both Richard and Jeremy are in love with Cecilia and while she loves them both she craves passion, something neither one of them has ever given her.

One night in a garden changes everything and I have to say that it is amazing how well the author handled the ending of this book. I highly recommend this. It is hot and fun. Expect big things from this author.

5 Tea Cups!

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