1 Mar 2011

Romance Reading Challenge

 I don't normally take part in challenges - reading or otherwise but this year I thought I'd join Naida's Romance Reading Challenge.  You can read about it here at Naida's blog - TheBookworm07.blogspot.com I read a lot but I don't often bother to write reviews of the books I've read. Too lazy guess! Last week   I read two books - A Summer to Remember and Then Comes Seduction, both by Mary Balogh, a recent favourite of mine.


 A summer to remember is a sequel to One Night for Love. The story begins with Kit Butler, a young dandy  who has just heard that his father wants him to marry and is planning to marry him off to their neighbour's daughter, Freya, his one time love. But Freya had chosen his elder brother, who had since died, and now Kit refuses to marry her!



Kit decides that the beautiful and very elegant Miss Edgeworth would do wonderfully for his bride but Lauren thinks otherwise. She would play the part of his betroth though, if he on his part would give her "a summer to remember."  


But both are caught in their own web - Kit is physically attracted to the beautiful Lauren and she falls in love with him without realising it! Will they succumb to their attraction and forget about their pretend engagement or will they make it real? 


A really wonderful and romantic read and one I'd recommend to lovers of historical fiction.
I'd give this book a 4 star rating - really loved it.


5 comments:

naida said...

*yay* Kat, glad you are joining :)
Now you've made me want to read One Night For Love. I'll have to check out Mary Balogh next time i'm at the library.

Amin said...

Hello! Thank You very much for introduction!

Nature Nut /JJ Loch said...

Great review, Kat! I just saw this book on the shelf in the store yesterday.

How are you, dear?

Hugs, JJ

Gattina said...

I am reading a book from Nora Roberts right now, but in German.

Kat said...

Hi Naida, yes, I'm joining your Romance challenge - just for the fun. And Gattina - I love Nora Roberts too!
Thanbks JJ, I'm fine thank you. Hope you are too.