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by Kaitlin O'Riley

Genre: Historical Romance, England, Victorian Period
Sensuality: HOT

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The fourth in the Hamilton Sisters series, Paulette’s story is a tale about falling in love and committing oneself through good times as well as bad. It’s a delightful story peopled with original characters and authentic dialogue. But the romance does seem a bit contrived.

Paulette Hamilton is the smart sister. Her passion is the family bookshop. It takes up all of her time, and with the prospect of a second shop there is no time for balls or handsome men — until Declan Reeves, Lord Cashelmore, stops in to buy a book for his young daughter. Declan had a bad first marriage and refuses to even think about marrying again, until he meets Paulette. Soon the visits to the bookstore become sensual outings, but Declan’s past threatens their happiness. Now the lovers must return to Ireland and face Declan’s accusers before they can claim their future. (ZEBRA, Nov., 352 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Maria Ferrer

Publisher: ZEBRA

Published: November 2012

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