domingo, 16 de febrero de 2014

Review Masked Love by Nicole Zoltack

Publicado por Paulina J. en 12:28

Title: Masked Love
Author:Nicole Zoltack
Pages: 75
Date Published: October 28th 2013
Publisher: Swoon Romance

Isabelle is content being a maid, and will do anything for her lady, even accompany her to a masquerade ball. Lady Theodosia needs extra support and encouragement on this night, for tomorrow she will meet the man her parents have pledged her to.

Isabelle has never had occasion to attend such an event, and is at first ill at ease. But meeting an enchanting young man during the course of the evening makes her wish for a life she can never have. Thinking she will never see him again, she returns his flirtation and even reveals her face. Imagine her shock when he shows up the next morning, announcing his claim on Lady Thedosia.

Isabelle does all she can to avoid Lord Adrian Wingave, but then he not only sees her, he recognizes her. To make matters worse, Isabelle fears her feelings are not one-sided.

Torn between duty and desire, Isabelle hopes for something more this Christmas.

                                     *I received this book in exchange for an honest review*

This is a very nice and sweet Christmas time regency novella that features a lady’s maid that falls in love with a Lord.
Things I liked:
  • Isabelle’s relationship with Lady Theodosia, very nice to see a lady hat is not a brat and can be friends with her maid.
  • Adrian not being a rake, ha admitted to being attracted to Isabelle yet he made the effort to get to know his bethroed and he never asked Isabelle to be his mistress.

Things I didn’t like
  • Theodosia’s name. There are many beautiful names out there give the poor girl a nice one.
  • Isabelle’s and Adrian’s insta love, they had one interaction and they just pinned away from each other from afar and suddenly they were in love.
All things considered this is a very short and pleasant read.


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