Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds
Make sure to read the Prologue because it prepares the reader for the first chapter.
Sally Fitzhugh is at an evening soirée and she has an interesting discussion with friends. Lucien, the Duke of Belliston, has a late night visitor and they have an interesting discussion – there’s no way you can stop reading now. Believe me, if you like to read historical, paranormal, and time travel romances by the end of chapter two this author will have you hooked.
Sally has an interesting personality and she’s a woman who doesn’t mind trying to figure things out. This author could have left that story at that and just let things unfold from there but she took it a step further- she’s added in a mystery to be solved. And don’t worry about wondering if you’ll be lost between the past and present – the author lets you know so there’s no confusion.
This was a book that looks to be part of a great series. My only disappointment was that I didn’t start reading this author’s work before now. I found that this book could be read as a stand-alone so you don’t need to read any of the other books to understand what is going on here. My only hope is that if you liked this book as much as I did, and you haven’t read this series before, you will want to go back and read more about the ladies of the Pink Carnation. If you’re patient, book twelve is scheduled to come out next August.