Book Two in the Daughters of Erin Trilogy
Blond and beautiful Lady Anna Blaknall is in the mood for mischief. Entering Dublin's most notorious den of vice, she finds herself in the arms of a mysterious, emerald-eyed Irishman. And although he is masked, his tender kiss is hauntingly familiar.
Conlan McTeer, Duck of Adair, has come to Dublin to fight for a free Ireland. But he's suddenly reuntied with the young Englishwoman who had once claimed his heart, and his passion turns from politics to pleasure. When their sizzling encounter brings danger to Anna's door, she must decide where her loyalties lie--and quickly. For someone will do whatever it takes to destroy Conlan....and anyone he dares to love.
This is a surprisingly intriguing and captivating book. A bit more graphic than I usually read, it is easy to read and has a very interesting story line. Anna is running from horrors in her past....and runs right into her past at a party her mother would not have approved of her attending in the first place. Conlan is working to protect his people when he sees Anna in the den of sin and recognises her in spite of her costume. As their lives are reunited, it seems that the past is going to have to be dealt with before they can move on to their own futures. In a quick and easy read, you fall in love with the intriguing Anna and fall head over heals for the ruggedly ruthless Conlan. I give this book a 4/5.....as long as you don't mind a few graphic scences. It's a quick, amusing read.
Thank you to Hachette for the review copy of this book. I recieved this book in exchange for an honest review and the opinions stated above are 100% mine