The Earl's Enticement

Collette Cameron
The Earl's Enticement
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Publisher
Soul Mate Publishing
Release Date
May 2014
Series
Book 3 of Castle Bride Series
Genre
Historical Romance

SUMMARY
Would you seek revenge against the woman who falsely imprisoned you?

She won't be tamed.

A fiery, unconventional Scot, Adaira Ferguson wears breeches, swears, and has no more desire to marry than she does to follow society's dictates of appropriate behavior. She trusts no man with the secret she desperately protects.

He can't forget.

Haunted by his past, Roark, The Earl of Clarendon, rigidly adheres to propriety, holding himself and those around him to the highest standards, no matter the cost. Betrayed once, he's guarded and leery of all women.

Mistaking Roark for a known spy, Adaira imprisons him. Infuriated, he vows vengeance. Realizing her error, she's appalled and releases him, but he's not satisfied with his freedom. Roark is determined to transform Adaira from an ill-mannered hoyden to a lady of refinement.

He succeeds only to discover, he preferred the free-spirited Scottish lass who first captured his heart.

Book Review by Maria Cristina (reviewer)
Oct 04, 2014   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
126 people found the following review helpful
Colette Cameron is, with any doubt, an amazing author and, in this third book of the Castle Brides series, she confirms her talent, which I had the pleasure to previously admire.

THE EARL'S ENTICEMENT is an extremely enjoyable historical romance. It's well and fast paced, catching and can keep the reader concentrated and charmed throughout its entirety. Ms. Cameron's characters are real and minutely portrayed.

The heroine, Adaira, is an opinionated, determined, strong, kind-hearted and sometimes way too much stubborn Scottish young woman. That's why she frequently finds herself in bad situations. I liked her but I must say, in this case, my favourite is the hero.

Roark, the Earl of Clarendon, is wonderful. He appears as an annoying, grumpy and "tyrannical" lord. Well, as it would be expected from an amazing historical romance hero, he's not really how he seems and, moreover, he has his reasons to be not particularly adorable. He doesn't like his instant attraction towards Adaira, this unconventional and not very lady-mannered young woman who wears breaches.

I loved the tension and attraction between them.
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