SCANDAL OF THE SEASON
Releasing May 30 2017
Entangled Select Historical
Five years ago, Lord Sorin Latham fled England’s shores to avoid heartbreak and scandal in the form of one Lady Eleanor Cramley. On returning home, he finds the young miss he used to scold for lack of decorum is now a stunning woman who fires his blood. But he must resist temptation or risk losing his honor as a gentleman and the friendship of those he holds dear, including Eleanor.
Lady Eleanor is determined to be the paragon of propriety Sorin urged her to become. But now that he’s back, the man she once thought of as an older brother makes her long to be anything but proper. She must make Sorin see her as worthy of his heart and his desire without losing his good opinion, or her Season will end in disgrace.
Setting: London 1817
This a good friends to lovers story. It’s quite realistic in the timing and flow. I liked Lord Sorin. He’s (most of the time) honorable, loyal, and trustworthy. He really had Lady Eleanor’s best interest at heart. He did leave for five years to try and get her out of his system.
Lady Eleanor has gone from being impulsive and immature to a proper lady. A proper lady that’s independently wealthy. Her wealth attracts the attention of an unsavory character from her past that will do anything to get his hands on it.
Overall this was a good story. It’s a sweet, mostly clean romance with an uncomplicated plot. There were a few slow parts and in the beginning Caroline was kind of aggravating. I really liked Lady Wincanton, Lord Sorin’s mother.
Liana LeFey delights in crafting incendiary tales that capture the heart and the imagination, taking the reader out of the now and into another world. Liana lives in Central Texas with her dashing husband/hero and their beautiful daughter. She’s also privileged to serve one spoiled rotten feline overlord. Liana has been devouring romances since she was fourteen and is now thrilled to be writing them for fellow enthusiasts.