Not all scars can be healed with a kiss.
Sebastian Lancaster, Earl of Roddam, harbors a family secret so dark he has forsaken marriage to hide the past. When fate introduces him to Lizbeth, he believes he has met his perfect match—a woman with whom he can share passion without commitment.
Lizbeth Trethow risks everything to follow her heart until Sebastian’s past returns to haunt them. Desperate to hide the blood on his hands, he sabotages their happiness. Everything depends on Lizbeth unraveling the truth and turning this villain into a hero.
This is the love story of Lizbeth and Sebastian as they battle metaphoric ghosts born of murder and enlightenment to be together
Paulette does such a masterful job of weaving so many historical details into her story, it makes me think she has a time machine in her basement. She must have lived in the milieu for some time, because her knowledge of the age is encyclopedic.
With so much attention to detail, without being burdensome, her scene setting is impeccable! I feel like I was at the table with all the nobility. Her dialogue is witty and authentic. It all rings so true and natural. I laughed out loud quite a few times. The action is quite good also, even the steamy parts.
I award The Earl And The Enchantress a score of 4.9 stars! The score would have been higher, except for the handful of spelling errors I found. The errors have been corrected, so your reading will be smoother.
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Tags: Regency romance, England, nobility, landed gentry, royalty
Copyright 2019 Mark L. Schultz except for the author’s introduction