Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Review Compromising Willa (Accidental Peers #3) by Diana Quincy

"Compromising Willa"
18454088Author: Diana Quincy
Genre: Historical Romance
Pages: 267
Source: Author for honest review
Published: December 9, 2013
Author's Website

Buy Links: Amazon

Goodreads Blurb:
England, 1805

Lady Wilhelmina Stanhope is ruined and everyone knows it. Back in Town for the first season since her downfall, Willa plans to remain firmly on the shelf, assuming only fortune hunters will want her now. Instead she focuses on her unique tea blends, secretly supporting a coffee house which employs poor women and children. If her clandestine involvement in trade is discovered, she'll be ruined. Again.

No one is more shocked by Willa's lack of quality suitors than the newly minted Duke of Hartwell. Having just returned from India, the dark duke is instantly attracted to the mysterious wallflower. His pursuit is hampered by the ruthless Earl of Bellingham, who once jilted Willa and is now determined to reclaim her.

Caught between the clash of two powerful men, a furious Willa refuses to concede her independence to save her reputation. But will she compromise her heart?

I'm always iffy when deciding to read new historical romances by new to me authors because, to be honest, some are rather dull. I have to say I'm glad I got adventurous and read Compromising Willa. While very original, it was very entertaining, exciting and fun to read. A good read for any fans of the genre.

Willa has her future all set and mapped out in her mind. There's nothing she can possibly do that would ruin her or her reputation that's not already been said about her or supposedly done by her. She's learned from experience, not to care and accepted the fact she'll never find love. That's until an old flame returns and a new one ignites!

I'll definitely be looking into more by this author in the near future. I enjoyed the story and characters as well as her writing style. A 3.5 rating rounded to a solid 4 :)

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