Scoundrel of Dunborough by @MargMooreAuthor #bookreview #historicalromance


Scoundrel of Dunborough

 

Title: Scoundrel of Dunborough (The Knights’ Prizes)

Author: Margaret Moore

Genre: Historical Romance

 

Book Blurb:

She swore to resist temptation!

 

Journeying to Dunborough to learn the truth about her sister’s murder, novice Celeste D’Orleau dons a nun’s habit for safety. But seeing her childhood hero Gerrard of Dunborough makes her dream of pleasures that will be forbidden once she takes her final vows.

 

Gerrard wrestles with his desire for the innocent beauty. After striving to redeem his wicked reputation, he won’t seduce a nun. Yet as Celeste’s mission draws them closer together, it soon becomes clear their passion is stronger than any vow!

 

My Review:

Hearing of her sister’s murder, Celeste D’Orleau leaves her cloister and returns to Dunborough. She reunites with her childhood friend, handsomely wicked Gerrard and all her sinful feelings for him returns. She’s on a mission to uncover the identity of her sister’s murderer, even if it means sacrificing herself and her vows of chastity.

 

Gerrard’s trying to clean up his image and the last person he’d expect to see is beautiful Celeste. She brings out the best and worst in him yet no matter how much he wants her, he won’t seduce a nun. But when Celeste entraps the real murderer, he’ll do whatever it takes to save her.

 

A juicy, intriguing historical romance. I loved Celeste and her viper tongue. Celeste and Gerrard ignite between the pages and I swooned more than once. Both have been hurt in the past and the time has come to bury the hatchet. But is Celeste running away from love or is it her calling to be a nun? A twist on the classic Harlequin historical romance. A must read!

 

Disclaimer: I received a paperback for Christmas.

 

Favorite Character/Quote: Gerrard. I really loved him because he knows what he wants and yet his weakness is Celeste. She makes him angry with her wicked tongue but she also speaks the truth, which is rare. He’s a good man and the historical version of sex-on-a-stick.

 

My Rating:  5 stars

 

Buy it now:

Amazon US https://www.amazon.com/Scoundrel-Dunborough-Knights-Prizes-Margaret-ebook/dp/B0111TTV80

 

Amazon CA https://www.amazon.ca/Scoundrel-Dunborough-Knights-Prizes-Margaret-ebook/dp/B0111TTV80

 

Amazon UK https://www.amazon.co.uk/Scoundrel-Dunborough-Knights-Prizes-Margaret-ebook/dp/B0111TTV80

 

Goodreads https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/25897453-scoundrel-of-dunborough

 

Author Biography:

Award-winning author Margaret Moore actually began her career at the age of eight, when she and a friend concocted stories featuring a lovely, spirited damsel and a handsome, misunderstood thief nicknamed “The Red Sheik.”

 

Unknowingly pursuing her destiny, Margaret graduated with distinction from the University of Toronto with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English Literature. During that time, she also became a Leading Wren with the Royal Canadian Naval Reserve, where she learned to use a variety of weapons and had the weepy experience of being tear-gassed.

 

In addition to being a wife and mother of two, she’s also been an award-winning public speaker, synchronized swimmer, an archer, and studied fencing and ballroom dancing.

 

Margaret sold her first historical romance and the premiere book of her Warrior series, A WARRIOR’S HEART, to Harlequin Historicals® in 1991. Since that time, she’s written over 25 historical romance novels and novellas. She has also written for Avon Books, as well as a young adult historical romance for HarperCollins Children’s Books. She now writes for Harlequin’s new single title imprint, HQN.

 

Her books have been published in France, Italy, Germany, Great Britain, Australia, Belgium, Switzerland, Brazil, etc.

 

Social Media Links:

Website http://www.margaretmoore.com/

Twitter https://twitter.com/MargMooreAuthor

 

Reviewed by: Mrs. N

 

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