The Lady Who Broke the Rules by Marguerite Kaye
(Castonbury Park)

No critic rating

Waiting for minimum critic reviews

See 1 Critic Review

Despite the author’s obvious effort to research the period, I couldn’t believe in the romance and the implausibility of the hero’s story was too much for me...I had major issues with the way race and slavery were depicted, but the romance story is engaging and the characters are appealing as individuals.
-Dear Author

Synopsis

'Your rebellion has not gone unnoticed…'

Anticipating her wedding vows and then breaking off the engagement has left Kate Montague's social status in tatters. She hides her hurt at her family's disapproval behind a resolutely optimistic façade, but one thing really grates… For a fallen woman, she knows shockingly little about passion!

Could Virgil Jackson be the man to teach her? A freed slave turned successful businessman, his striking good looks and lethally restrained power throw normally composed Kate into a tailspin! She's already scandalised society, but succumbing to her craving for Virgil would be the most outrageous thing Kate's done by far…

 

About Marguerite Kaye

See more books from this Author
Born and educated in Scotland, Marguerite qualified as a lawyer though, she chose a career in IT instead, picking up an honours and a masters degrees in history in her spare time. She had dreamed of being a writer since winning a poetry competition aged nine, and finally took the plunge thirty years later with a historical romance. Find out more about Marguerite at www.margueritekaye.com
 
Published October 1, 2012 by Harlequin Historical. 336 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
Add Critic Review

Critic reviews for The Lady Who Broke the Rules
All: 1 | Positive: 0 | Negative: 1

Dear Author

Above average
Reviewed by Sunita on Feb 21 2013

Despite the author’s obvious effort to research the period, I couldn’t believe in the romance and the implausibility of the hero’s story was too much for me...I had major issues with the way race and slavery were depicted, but the romance story is engaging and the characters are appealing as individuals.

Read Full Review of The Lady Who Broke the Rules ... | See more reviews from Dear Author

Rate this book!

Add Review
×