Release date: October 2014
Genre: Historical (Regency) Romance
Series: Landing a Lord #2
Catherine Evans knows the Earl of Kerrick is the one man for her. During her first season, she hopes he will come to feel the same way about her.
Kerrick has tried to see his best friend’s sister-in-law as a younger sister. But just when he realizes his feelings for her go much deeper than friendship, duty compels him to court another woman.
It is supposed to be a brief courtship in name only, but outside forces seem determined to see Kerrick married to that other woman and to keep him and Catherine apart.
My Rating: 3 Roses
An overall sweet read, Beguiling the Earl was a good romance. It wasn't particularly amazing, but it was a nice book that I enjoyed.
Catherine was a great heroine. She was level-headed and made sure know all the facts before judging. She was very likable and a wonderful character.
Kerrick was good. He was sweet and a true gentlemen at heart. He wasn't the most memorable hero, but he was likable.
The romance was good. Catherine and Kerrick already has feelings for each other and they simply has to wait until they good act on them. They were definitely sweet together and they had some hot chemistry going on. I thought they were a lovely couple.
The plot was okay. The problem was that there wasn't really much going on in the plot. It was mostly just Catherine and Kerrick waiting until Kerrick's investigation was concluded so that they could be together. Because of that, there wasn't anything to keep me truly hooked. But, I did enjoy the story and the ending was sweet.
Beguiling the Earl was a good historical romance. It was a sweet read and I enjoyed it. Romance lovers, you might want to check this book out.
*I received a complimentary copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review