Nine Buck's RowNine Buck’s Row by Jennifer Wilde

Genre: Historical Romance (Victorian)

Source: Received for an honest review from the publisher via Net Gallery

  • Print Length: 297 pages
  • Publisher: Open Road Media Romance (February 10, 2015)
  • Publication Date: February 10, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00R5DDWIC

(Courtesy of Amazon)

New York Times­–bestselling author Jennifer Wilde’s spine-tingling classic Gothic romance based on the facts and legends of Jack the Ripper 

Panic has Victorian-era London in a death grip. Young women are being murdered in the East End, and Scotland Yard isn’t getting any closer to finding the serial killer. Now eighteen-year-old Susannah Hunt’s aunt has been found savagely slain, leaving her all alone in the world—until Nicholas Craig becomes her legal guardian.

But even under the protection of the handsome, unusually secretive Craig, Susannah may not be safe. Her new home at Nine Buck’s Row harbors mysteries of its own. What is she to make of the upstairs boarder, itinerant painter Daniel Lord, who professes desire for her yet conceals himself in the shadows?

As Susannah’s attraction to the enigmatic Nicholas increases, she is thrust deeper into danger. Grisly murders continue to terrorize the city, and as the list of suspects grows, Susannah finds she can trust no one, not even the man she loves—for the monster they call the Ripper is still out there.

About the Author(Courtesy of Amazon)

Jennifer Wilde is the pseudonym under which Tom E. Huff (1938–1990) wrote his groundbreaking New York Times–bestselling historical romance novels, including the Marietta Danver Trilogy (Love’s Tender FuryLove Me, Marietta, and When Love Commands). Huff also wrote classic Gothic romances as Edwina Marlow, Beatrice Parker, Katherine St. Clair, and T. E. Huff. A native of Texas who taught high school English before pursuing a career as a novelist, Huff was honored with a Career Achievement Award from Romantic Times in 1988.

My Thoughts

A re-telling of “Jack the Ripper”. A Victorian Historical Fiction, told though a nineteen year old point of view. The storyline is a bit familiar, and predictable, but worth the time to read. An enjoyable and satisfying read.

*Received for an honest review from the publisher via Net Gallery*
**Cross-posted on My Book Addiction Reviews dot com*

Rating: 4
Heat rating: Sweet
Reviewed by: AprilR, courtesy of My Book Addiction and More

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