Review: The Aristocrat’s Lady

The Aristocrat's Lady Mary MooreDescription:

For a few moments on a moonlit balcony, Nicole Beaumont was just a beautiful woman catching the eye of the handsome Lord Devlin—but she knew the illusion couldn’t last. If the enigmatic aristocrat knew her secret, he’d realize that her disability left her unfit for love. So who could blame her for hiding the truth a little longer?

Devlin had never met a woman like Nicole. Her unique combination of innocence and wisdom left him utterly intrigued. Yet what was she hiding? For a man who did not trust easily, discovering her secret was devastating. Overcoming their pasts and forging a future would take faith, forgiveness and trust. And second chances could lead to new beginnings…

My Review:

While I don’t read a ton of Love Inspired Historical books, I enjoyed The Aristocrat’s Lady. First off, the main character had an awesome name. Secondly, the character is a true gem and a woman you’ll root for and care about.

The hero comes across a bit gruff at times but at other times will melt your heart.

The plot was fresh and engaging and the detail and dialogue very of the period. There are even a few twists and turns I hadn’t expected! If you love romantic regency fiction, you’ll enjoy this one!

Disclosure – I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for my honest review.

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