Beautiful Evangeline was a spy--trying to save her captured father and masquerading as a worldly widow in handsome Richard Clarendon's home. She knew her cover would be destroyed if this man penetrated her defenses, but Evangeline found herself fighting a losing battle--with her own heart!...
|Title||:||An Intimate Deception|
|Number of Pages||:||218 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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An Intimate Deception Reviews
I really liked this one, especially when compared to a lot of what I have been reading lately. The obstacles that the heroine faced were very real and not just manufactured in her head (as seems to be the case is SO MANY regency romances). My only complaint would be that the hero did not get very much character development. We are led to believe that his first wife was terrible and gave him an aversion to trusting women, but we're given virtually no details, and as such really can't put ourselves in his frame of mind. It makes him a little vague, and we have to accept who is his just on being told rather than 'seeing' it for ourselves.
I love it. Although I am not a fan of 19th century culture but I liked this book better than other books of coulter's historical romances