Saturday, September 20, 2014

The Truth About Lady Felkirk by Christine Merrill

The Truth About Lady Felkirk
Release date: September 16, 2014
Publisher: Harlequin
Genre: Historical (Regency) Romance

The wife he doesn't know…

When William Felkirk opens his eyes, the past six months are blank. What happened? And who is this beautiful woman claiming to be his wife and caring for his broken body?

Justine will do anything to protect her sister, even if that means pretending to be a stranger's wife. She must guard the reasons for her deception with her life. But with every passing day, William unlocks her heart just a little more, and Justine knows she won't be able to hide the truth forever….

My Rating: 4 Roses

A lovely historical romance that featured murders and secrets, The Truth About Lady Felkirk was a good read. It was an enjoyable book that I quite liked.

Justine was a resilient character who always tried to protect her sister, even when it meant she had to sacrifice herself. She was a good person at heart and tried to be one, but her circumstances always forced her into bad situations. She was a character that was easy to sympathize for and I really liked her.

William was also great. He was very clever, enough that he knew right away that something was off about Justine. But, he was also sweet and, even after finding out the truth, only wanted what was best for her. I thought he was adorable.

The romance was lovely. Justine and William were very sweet together, and there was definitely some steaminess as well. I thought they were a perfect match.

The plot was well paced and I was kept interested the entire way through. It was predictable, though, and I suspected early on who the culprit behind everything was. So, the story wasn't anything special or epic, but it was enjoyable and I really liked it. And, the ending was lovely.

The Truth About Lady Felkirk was a wonderful historical romance that I really enjoyed. Romance lovers, this is a book worth checking out.

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

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