The Bartered Virgin

The Bartered Virgin by Chevon Gael is so hot that it sizzles. Flip the pages and you’d find yourself craving for more. It was written in the manner that would arouses your every senses and brings you into the world where the author wants to bring you. Reading this book is makes me feel like a chocolate addict who had just found a box of sinfully delicious Belgium chocolates.

I love this book very much and it is one book that’s a must have on the shelves of every historical romance junkie. This book too, would make a great gift for Christmas or Valentine’s day. Highly recommended for romance lovers. But be forewarned though, be sure that you’re over 18 when you read this book. It contains explicit contents that’s only suitable for mature readers.

From the back of the book:

Sold to the highest-ranked aristocrat!

That’s what Winnifred Percy, New York City heiress, considered her engagement to Sir David Knightsbridge, Earl of Wolshingham. It’s 1902 and she wants to be a modern woman, free to travel the world. To do that she needs to show the Earl she is a completely unsuitable bride.

Smoking and cursing doesn’t have much effect on David so Winn reads him a very naughty French book. That leads to unexpectedly passionate kisses, and David’s declaration that he wants to marry her. Drat! Even when she takes him to Coney Island to mingle with ordinary people and eat exotic hot dogs he’s intrigued…and intriguing.

When desire leads them into scandal, Winn realizes she’s ruined his hopes for restoring his family’s honor. Can she let him go to find a more suitable bride?

 

I received this ARC free from Carina Press via Netgalley.I was not required to write a positive review and I was not compensated for writing this review in any ways.

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Recently having fascination with ancient history.
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