Thursday, March 31, 2011

Lady Victoria Kelly's Book Review of Heartbreak Trail by Shirley Kennedy

Lady Victoria Kelly's Book Review of Heartbreak Trail by Shirley Kennedy (5 Hearts out of 5)

After hearing about the gold rush going on in California, Joseph Schneider tells his wife Lucy to pack up her belongings and leave everything behind, because they are going West to strike it rich in California. Lucy does not want to trek across the country and leave her sister and father behind, but whatever her husband says she must do. There is going to be so much death, arguing, and treacherous terrain ahead for Lucy and her wagon party. Will Lucy endure, and make it to California, or will she return to Boston? This is going to be a trip that will change absolutely everything.
Shirley Kennedy writes a captivating story of perseverance and dedication. The love that Lucy has in her heart and perseverance will have you wishing that Lucy was your friend. This book is absolutely fantastic and is worth the read. When I read this book I had no idea how much I would fall in love with it. The detail is amazing. I applaud Shirley for writing such a vivid and moving portrayal of what the early settlers must have experienced, so good in fact, that you will feel like you are amongst them. Please pick up this book and read it. You will fall in love with reading “Heartbreak Trail” just like I did. Marvelous job Shirley. Click Here to read more of my book reviews!

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Lady Victoria Kelly's Book Review of Heartbreak Trail by Shirley Kennedy (Coming Soon)

1850. Lucy, a pampered New Englander, is dragged by her husband and cold-hearted brother-in-law on a wagon train bound for California. The first casualty of the arduous trek is her husband. Lucy longs to return home, but that would mean abandoning her little stepson. How fortunate then that rugged Clint Palance, a former trapper and Indian scout, is watching over them both! As the journey progresses, Lucy faces deprivation, heartache, hardship, and more death. Then, with California just around the bend, Lucy must part from Clint. Will she find him again? Or must she return to a dull life in Boston, forsaking forever the beautiful West she has grown to love?

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Friday, March 18, 2011

Lady Victoria Kelly's Book Review Of “Claiming The Courtesan

Lady Victoria Kelly's Book Review Of “Claiming The Courtesan

Verity is a well known courtesan that is every man's dream girl. She goes by the alias Soraya. She is about to end her one year contract with a prestigious Duke from London and enter into a long overdue retirement. She has no intention on telling the Duke of Kylemore about her retirement, and where she is planning to retire. Little does Verity know that this is about to erupt a volcano of anger in the Duke, he will do anything to keep his mistress from leaving him. The Duke even has plans to kidnap Verity and possibly force her into marrying him, so she will never leave him again. Will Verity be forced to marry the Duke of Kylemore? Will she manage to stay in retirement and evade the Duke of Kylemore? Find out what happens to Verity, and the Duke of Kylemore in this sizzling novel by Anna Campbell.

Claiming The Courtesan” starts out slow at the beginning, but picks up after the slow start, and will stir you with excitement. A great love story between two unlikely people who fall in love with each other. Anna Campbell's novel delivers up a cup of spicy romance filled with heated passion that combines into a great love story. Click Here to read more of my review of Anna Campbell's book.

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Saturday, March 12, 2011

Lady Victoria Kelly's Book Review Of “Claiming The Courtesan” Coming Soon!

He would marry her, and possess her in every way possible.

The Duke of Kylemore knows her as Soraya, London’s most celebrated courtesan. Men fight duels to spend an hour in her company. And only he comes close to taming her. Flying in the face of society, he decides to make her his bride; then, she vanishes, seemingly into thin air.

Dire circumstances have forced Verity Ashton to barter her innocence and change her name for the sake of her family. But Kylemore destroys her plans for a respectable life when he discovers her safe haven. He kidnaps her, sweeping her away to his isolated hunting lodge in Scotland, where he vows to bend her to his will.

There he seduces her anew. Verity spends night after night in his bed… and though she still plans her escape, she knows she can never flee the unexpected, unwelcome love for the proud, powerful lover who claims her both body and soul.

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Thursday, March 3, 2011

Lady Victoria Kelly's Book Review Of “Seducing the Duchess”

Lady Victoria Kelly's Book Review Of “Seducing the Duchess”

What would you do to try and capture your wife's heart once again? Would you send her flowers, write her a poem, or what about going as far as kidnapping her in front of society's upper class? That is exactly what the Duke of Rutherford does. He kidnaps his wife back to win her love. The Duke of Rutherford realizes that his only true love is his wife Charlotte and not his mistresses. He broke her heart by telling her on their first night of their marriage that he only married her to get revenge on her brother. Will Charlotte give Phillip another chance? Will she let herself fall in love with him again or will she leave him for good?

A wonderful debut novel written by Ashley March. “Seducing the Duchess” is a perfect love story of a husband who will do anything to win his wife's heart back. Passionate love, and long slow kisses will stir all of your romantic desires while you read this novel. This novel has it all, and was written perfectly to capture every women's heart. A great novel to read with a warm cup of tea curled up in front of the fireplace. Click Here to read more of Ashley's March's review.

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Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Lady Victoria Kelly's Book Review Of “Seducing the Duchess” Coming Soon!

It was just another scandalous night…

Gambling. Carousing. Flirting. Charlotte, Duchess of Rutherford, will do anything to create a scandal large enough to force her husband to finally petition for a divorce. Once madly in love with Philip, she is now determined to escape from their less than civil marriage and the reminders of his betrayal.

Until he stole her away…

Philip Burgess, Duke of Rutherford, is not a man to tolerate regrets. He wed Charlotte for revenge, not for love or convenience, knowing she would come to hate him. But he never expected he would one day find himself craving her attention or desiring her company….

And gave her something more…

Philip is no longer the cold, deceitful man she married years ago. And when he promises Charlotte a divorce if she will help him become a better husband for another woman, she wonders if she truly wants to lose him—and if Philip may still possess her heart after all…