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Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Review of Midnight"s Wild Passion

Midnight's Wild Passion
Midnight's Wild Passion
Anna Campbell
Harper Collins 2011
ISBN 9780061684302

   Lord Ranelow lives his life to exact revenge on Godfrey Demarest, a man who ruined his sister years ago. He plans to obtain vengeance by seducing his daughter and ruining her the same way as Godfrey did his sister. There is one obstacle in his way, Antonia Smith.
   Antonia was  ruined years ago and was cast out by her wealthy family. Taken in by Godfrey Demarest and presenting with a new identity, she is determined to protect her charge at all costs. She recognizes Lord Ranelow for the blackguard that he is and is prepared to keep him away from her charge. There is one small problem, Antonia has a weakness for rakes.
   This is a wonderful historical romance full of sexual tension, love, suspense and mystery. It is a story of lust and human emotion. The storyline is well written and I was hard pressed to put the book down once I started. The characters of Lord Ranelow and Antonia Smith were well matched and the tension starts at the beginning with these two. I highly recommend this book if you are a fan of romance and historical fiction.
   I was provided a copy of this book by Harper Collins through Netgalley. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions expressed are my own. I was not compensated in any way except for the privilege of reading the book.

I give Midnight's Wild Passion 4 out of 5 stars 

1 comment:

  1. Nice. Not being able to put a book down is a great vote of confidence!