I will read anything I can get my hands on. Seriously.
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“My wife is not shy,” he said huskily.
“Not with my husband, I’m not,” she answered, dragging her gaze back up to his face. “I’ve spent too long in the shadows. Now…with us…I want everything in the light.”
His heart–and other parts of his anatomy–leapt.
Eva Leigh’s Temptations of a Wallflower continued the theme of strong heroines who are writers in some form or fashion, struggling to make it in a man’s world. This time we were entertained by the unlikely pairing of a secret erotic writer and a handsome vicar.
The third book in The Wicked Quills of London series was great fun and oh-so very sensual as the relationship between Sarah and Jeremy progressed. I liked both main characters right from the start, as I have with all of Eva Leigh’s books so far. And I thought the premise here was one that I haven’t encountered yet in Historical Romance.