- Paperback: 138 pages
- Publisher: Riptide Publishing (9 January 2017)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 162649472X
- ISBN-13: 978-1626494725
- Product Dimensions: 13.3 x 0.9 x 20.3 cm
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The last part of the story felt a bit rushed, and the plot as a whole a little underdeveloped, but it was still a fun read that was redeemed by its steaminess. That being said, this story went from total strangers to growing friendship, and by the end moved into the beginnings of a potential relationship. So, if you're looking for a rock-solid, these two will be forever, love relationship, this isn't the book for that.
If you enjoy M/M relationships, questionable motives, gothic romance, and romance reading gentlemen, you might enjoy this book.
The plot: Theo Swann runs a paper where those in search of love send him their adverts, and he publishes them for his bread and butter as well as writing romance novels. Then Martin st. Vincent comes looking for assistance concerning one pair of lovers corresponding through his papers. What ensues is a touching (and touching *wink wink*) friendship as they chase the lovers to Gretna green.
Theo and Martin are amazing, both distinct and their interaction humorous and titillating (though a little less than Charles' norms). I recommend this to any m/m historical romance fan (or m/m fan), and feel like any fan of KJ Charles shouldn't hesitate to read it. It's as well crafted as any of the others, with a good pursuit and build up and a fun HEA.
I love that she writes inter-racial couples in her period pieces (disproving that ridiculous "But there weren't any Black people in Victorian England, I'm just being accurate!" phrase that historical writers seem to love toting out).
Overall a fun, sexy, entertaining read. :)