Genre: Historical Romance (Recency)
Series: A Lord’s of Anarchy #2
Source: Received for an honest review from the publisher through Net Galley
Lords of Anarchy, Book 1
St. Martin’s Press
March 31, 2015
(Courtesy of the author’s website)
Even in London society—where everyone knows what you did last season—you never know who’s next in line to walk down the aisle…
A DANGEROUS GAME
Heartbroken by the loss of her brother, Miss Leonora Craven vows to uncover the truth about his “accident,” which seems to have been anything but. Jonathan Craven was involved with the Lords of Anarchy, a notorious driving club, and Leonora can’t help but suspect foul play. But the only way she can infiltrate their reckless inner circle is to enlist the help of Jonny’s closest ally, Lord Frederick Lisle. If only he didn’t also happen to be the man who broke Leonora’s heart…
AN UNDENIABLE DESIRE
Frederick isn’t surprised to find gorgeous, headstrong Leonora playing detective, but he knows that the Lords of Anarchy mean business—and he has no choice but to protect her. A sham engagement to Leonora will allow Frederick to bring her into the club and along for the ride. But it isn’t long before pretending to be lovers leads to
A GOOD LORD IS HARD TO FIND by Manda Collins is an intriguing Recency Historical Romance. #1 in her new “A Lord of Anarchy” , and what a beginning!
WOW! What a beginning to a new series, “Lords of Anarchy”. Fast paced, engrossing, exciting, and dramatic. When a brother is killed, or rather has an accident, his twin sister will do what she must to find the truth. As well as his friends, one of which is her ex-betrothed.
Strong characters and a very energetic storyline. Well defined, well written with amazing characters, mystery,suspense and romance, all blended together makes an excellent read. Passion helps mine this story along, as well. Any fan is Historical Romance,a bit if mystery, lots of suspense and romance, will enjoy this story. Highly recommended!!
*Received for an honest review from the publisher through Net Galley*
Heat rating: Mild
Reviewed by: AprilR, courtesy of My Book Addiction and More