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CONFESSIONS OF A ROYAL BRIDEGROOM
by Vanessa Kelly

Genre: Regency Period, Historical Romance, England
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: Regency England

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In the second of the Renegade Royals series, Kelly pairs a rogue of a hero with a courageous heroine. With a few returning characters, an abandoned infant, political intrigue and forgiveness, Kelly keeps her readers’ attention until the highly satisfying end to a sensual, well-plotted and wonderfully crafted love story.

Abandoned at birth and raised by a strict uncle, Griffin Steele has become a man to be reckoned with. His life takes a drastic turn when a veiled woman leaves a baby boy in his care. Griffin hires Justine Brightmore as the baby’s nursemaid. Daughter of a spymaster, Justine is a no-nonsense spinster; Griffin delights in ruffling her feathers. But Justine soon realizes that Griffin’s cold exterior hides a man who is protective of his people. Justine’s own desire to protect those she loves will put them all in danger, and the identity of the veiled woman will change Griffin’s life. (ZEBRA, Apr., 480 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Joan Hammond

Publisher: ZEBRA

Published: April 2014

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