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To Covet a Countess (The Elusive Lords Book 2) Kindle Edition
Nicholas Delmore, the Earl of Hawksley, was not expecting a snowstorm-sieged London evening to end with a dagger held to his throat. Nor did he anticipate his spirited attacker to have glossy black tresses and lush red lips that might invite a lesser gentleman to steal a kiss. But before he can demand his beautiful assailant to identify herself, she faints dead away in his arms.
Sania Aaryan has no choice but to trust the breathtakingly handsome Earl of Hawksley with both her life and her sister’s. Trusting him with the truth, however, is out of the question. Because fleeing India for the icy shores of England was rash. Impulsive. And it might have saved her life—only to land her into the arms of a man who poses an entirely different kind of danger.
Now Sania is experiencing a world filled with luxury and opulent decadence. But starry nights and fairy-tale balls cannot chase away the shadows of Sania’s secrets. Especially when her terrible past arrives in London with an eye for icy vengeance…
- ASIN : B09J3HRQGW
- Publisher : Entangled: Scandalous (8 November 2021)
- Language : English
- File size : 2915 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 302 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : B09L56G4MF
- Best Sellers Rank: #19,383 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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To Covet A Countess is the story of the sweet, brave, strong and smart Indian lady Sania and the Earl of Hawksley, Nicholas Delmore. How they meet, get attracted, resist each other, get separated and reunite is what this story is all about
This book is a standalone but gets even more interesting if you have read ' Dare to be a Duchess' - The Elusive Lords Book 1
* Every character plays an imp role in his/her own way and leaves a mark on the readers. After all we don’t live in isolation, we are emotionally dependent on our friends & family to share what we go through. Here also the camaraderie between friends is excellent & I just loved it.
* Secondly what I like is her characters has got flaws like a normal human being. It feels like you are reading a relatable story. I have seen some reviewers saying that they didn’t like some protagonists because of character flaws but that’s what make them unique & that’s how the story is weaved.
If someone expects everything perfect then I am not sure even Vedas would satisfy them.
I must compliment Sapna for her thorough research of Victorian era, I noticed in the earlier book as well & I am more than impressed. When you research, it gets reflected in writing also.
Overall this is a must read & Pl don’t go by genre of historical romance. Trust me reading this will be a great experience.
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I loved reading this book. It was equally romantic and thrilling, and the villain (yes there is a villain!) deserved exactly what he got and then some. Aside from the story, I love the fact that the author is not the usual Caucasian female. Nothing against them...it's just a huge pleasure to see an author of a different ethnicity writing such wonderful love story. I'm definitely looking forward to the next book about Sania's younger sister. I'm positive that it will be just as much fun to read as the first two were.