Proprietor of LEnfant de la Patrie, a small eating establishment, Brienne Leclerc lives a quiet life with her ailing mother and grandmother. Her life changes the instant she meets Evan Sommerset, an art and antiquity dealer.

They set out on a perilous journey to find her mothers vase and Briennes own legacy. And to be certain that she stays true to her heritage, Evan must free the woman he holds so dear to his heart.

Though a nice enough read, A DAUGHTERS DESTINY lacks depth and fails to create a sense of the Regency period. SENSUAL (Aug., 316 pp., $5.99)

Reviewed by: 
Joan Hammond