HIGHLAND ROGUE, LONDON MISS
The talented Moore has penned another exciting Regency. The narrative is rich, the dialogue authentic and the characters entertaining. This is a tale of how opposites attract and passions are stirred.
Esme McCallan is devoted to her brother and will do anything for him, even if it means helping the woman who jilted him and partnering with her nemesis, the disgraced and disowned Quintus MacLachlan. The job requires Esme’s legal expertise and Quint’s subterfuge skills so they can impersonate his brother, the Earl of Dunhagen, and his wife. Their investigation yields unexpected results, but most surprising is the passion between them. Esme was wrong about Quint; he is good, kind, generous and brave. Now, she just has to convince him that he is good enough for her. (HARLEQUIN, Aug., 290 pp., $5.99)