The Secret Life of Lady Julia by Lecia Cornwall

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In the end, it was an interesting premise that the characters simply couldn’t stand up to. Luckily, the political intrigue and the details around them keep the story interesting. The love story was dramatic, but there was just not enough to make it into a romance novel.
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When star-crossed lovers reunite under strange circumstances in Regency England, will they be brave enough to take a second chance at love?

The Secret Life of Lady Julia is Lecia Cornwall’s seductive follow-up to her debut historical romance, How to Deceive a Duke.

Lady Julia Leighton is engaged to a long-time family friend who doesn’t spark her passion, and at her betrothal ball she meets a seductive stranger who steals hot kisses—and much more—from the beautiful innocent.

Thomas Merritt is a thief of women’s hearts, and their expensive jewels. His steamy encounter with Lady Julia unexpectedly has him rethinking his wicked ways, but in the end, Thomas flees temptation.

When their paths cross years later, Julia has a secret she’s desperate to bury and Thomas is hiding something dangerous, but he needs her help to set things right. Can two lovers with dark pasts overcome their tangled history and rekindle their former love?

 

About Lecia Cornwall

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LECIA CORNWALL is a PRO member of the Romance Writers of America's Seattle and Calgary chapters. Her background involves all facets of writing, including running a successful freelance writing business specializing in direct marketing and advertising. Both history and writing have been lifelong passions. Lecia currently lives and writes in Calgary, Alberta, the heart of the Canadian West.
 
Published May 28, 2013 by Avon. 389 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by Melanie Bopp on Aug 29 2013

In the end, it was an interesting premise that the characters simply couldn’t stand up to. Luckily, the political intrigue and the details around them keep the story interesting. The love story was dramatic, but there was just not enough to make it into a romance novel.

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