Thursday, March 6, 2014

No Ordinary Mistress by Robyn DeHart

No Ordinary Mistress (Masquerading Mistresses, #1)
Release date: March 10, 2014
Publisher: Entangled: Scandalous
Genre: Historical (Regency) Romance
Series: Masquerading Mistresses #1

London, 1814

Remington Hawthorne, Earl of Latham, has spent his life protecting the Crown. When he's assigned to play the part of lover to Emma Masterson, one of the few female spies in England and the one woman he can't forget, he'll have to risk his heart as well as his life.

It isn't easy being an independent woman, much less a spy. Perpetually tasked with proving she is as valuable as any man in her profession, the last thing Emma needs is to be reunited with the one man who makes her want to forget her duties and get lost in passion.

Pretending to be his mistress isn't difficult—remembering that it is all a charade is a challenge. With every glance, every touch, every kiss, she is drawn deeper under his spell and pulled further from her goals. She refused him once, but it will take every ounce of strength to not give in to the passion that still burns strong...

My Rating: 4 Roses

A sweet, lovely novella, No Ordinary Mistress was a great read. I really enjoyed reading this quick romance.

Both characters were great. Emma was strong and determined to prove herself as a good spy. Remington was sweet, though I occasionally wanted to shake him for being an idiot. I liked them both.

The romance was good. It was always obvious that Emma and Remington had feelings for each other. They just didn't want to admit it. And, the chemistry between them was always there.

The plot went by quickly. I enjoyed the story and the ending was sweet.

No Ordinary Mistress was a wonderful novella. Romance lovers, if you want a quick, lovely read, look no further

*I received a free copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review

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