Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Review: Krakow Waltz by Kate Allan

Krakow Waltz by Kate Allan

Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Genre: Contemporary Romance

Heat Rating: 2



The Honorable Miss Annabel Wells needs to marry to save her reputation. Yet even in her dire straits she cannot bring herself to accept Mr. Henry Champion, an ordinary English gentleman without property or pedigree, no matter what she feels about him. She marries a Polish count but when her husband is killed in a duel and Henry comes all the way across Europe to her rescue, can there be a second chance for love?

Leaving behind the drawing rooms of High Society London where he's feted as a Waterloo hero, Henry Champion finds more danger lurking in the dark streets of the city of Krakow than he bargained for.

Clare's Review

Henry Champion is sent to Poland on a simple journey to bring back the English widow of a Polish count. The trip turns out to be anything but simple, when the Countess turns out to be Annabel, the woman who humiliated him nine years ago. This historical regency novel by Kate Allan is full of intrigue, likeable main characters and moments that will make you smile as well as want to find out what happens next.

4 Tea Cups!

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