Genre: Historical Romance (Georgian)
Series: The Georgian Rebel #2
Source: Received for an honest review from the publisher via Net Gallery
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Can the heat of passion burn too bright?
The Georgian Rebel Series, Book 2
In the six months since the Jacobites met defeat at Culloden, the English have ruthlessly routed the remaining rebels. Now Sir Edwin Roxburgh rides to claim Cameron House, his reward for his loyalty to the king.
His welcome comes at the point of a sword. It’s only after a fierce fight that Edwin discovers that underneath the banned tartan, the “boy” he’s just wounded is none other than the lady of the house.
If the crown thinks Lady Iona Cameron will allow an English soldier to turn her out of her own home, the crown is sadly mistaken. She never thought her desperate attempt to defy authority would send her to a traitor’s death—unless she agrees to marry Roxburgh.
Edwin quickly realizes he has his hands full trying to control the fiery, rebellious widow—and trying to control his own desire to fill his arms with her beautiful body. But he has a dark past that makes love not only impossible, but dangerous—especially if Iona manages to slip past his guard.
Warning: Contains a rebellious heroine with a secret identity, and a hero with a secret past who’s determined to tame her wild ways. Be warned: his methods are erotically unusual.
#2 in the “Georgian Rebel”series, but can be read as a stand along.I absolutely loved this fast paced Georgian tale. Secrets, sword fights, highwaymen, secret identities and passion, keeps this story moving along. The H/H are to swoon over. They are well matched, passionate and secretive, but can love fight its way into their hearts? A page Turner.
An excited romp to be sure. Fans of Historical Romance, the Georgian era and any fan of swoon worthy stories will enjoy “Taming His Rebel Lady”. A must read. A read which is both enjoyable and satisfying. I can’t wait for the next installment. Bring it on, please.
*Received for an honest review from the publisher via Net Gallery*
Heat rating: Hot
Reviewed by: AprilR, courtesy of My Book Addiction and More