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We highlight an Author and a book in the historical romance genre that we or one of us really like or a book we would like to get our hands on. But it is mostly about the book. It sort of like a recommendation of a really great read.
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No proper Lady by Isabel Cooper
This week I want to share with you guys an author and a book that are new to me, Isabel Cooper. I have yet to read this but it is in my to be read pile and I am really exited about this book I think it sounds awesome! So I guess we will see if I'm right or not. But I am sure it will be good! You can read more about Isabel Cooper on goodreads
All books in the Englefield series:
No proper Lady #1
Lessons after dark #2
Curious affairs at midnight #3
When a half-naked woman suddenly appears on his country estate, Simon Grenville doesn't have time to be shocked. Demonic beasts are hot on his heels until the beautiful stranger unsheathes several knives strapped to her skin-tight trousers and kills them. As he stares at her fierce, heart-stopping face, Simon knows he's in a hell of a lot of trouble...Joan is from a time where demons run rampant and humanity is fighting for its existence. To prevent this terrible future, she is sent back to Victorian England to kill the magician responsible for unleashing the dark forces. But Joan is a soldier more used to sparring than dancing. To get close to her target, she'll need Simon to teach her how to fit into polite society. Joan doesn't mind practicing proper flirtation on Simon, but she can't allow herself to be distracted by his gentle hands or devilish smile--the very future depends on it.