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I’d have been a lot more appreciative if he hadn’t pushed me first." Cassandra Palmer ― Hunt the Moon by Karen Chance

Saturday, June 9, 2012

ARC Review(Over Due): To Wed a Wild Lord by Sabrina Jeffries

To Wed a Wild Lord (Hellions of Halstead Hall #4) To Wed a Wild Lord by Sabrina Jeffries


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Synopsis:
Drowning in guilt over his best friend's death seven years ago, Lord Gabriel Sharpe, the Angel of Death, knows his only hope at redemption is a race against a shocking opponent. 

Shrouded in darkness for the past seven years, the infamous racer Lord Gabriel Sharpe is known to accept every challenge to race thrown at him. When his next challenge comes in the form of his late best friend's sister, Virginia Waverly, Gabe is shocked. Yet she presents just the opportunity Gabe needs--marriage to fulfill his grandmother's ultimatum and ensure his inheritance.



Review:
Sabrina Jeffries is one of my favorite historical romance authors ever. Her novels are exciting, humorous and addictive. I haven't read a novel by her that I didn't like. She really know's how to write a gripping romance.


Gabriel was a character I've been wanting to read along with for a while. He's tough on the outside, but deep inside he's still that young boy who yearns for love. Although, he believes he's not worthy. It was touching reading along with Virgina while he opened up to her. His trust is something you want. He's loyal one hundred percent.


I look forward to reading Gabriel's sister, Celia's novel. She's last to marry in the Sharpe family, but after feeling as if no one thinks she CAN find a husband, she's going to prove them wrong. After all, the promise was that they'd lose their inheritance unless all settled down and wed. She might as well get on with it, right?


All the Sharpe's been hurt by their parents death, but Gabriel has felt a guilt and heaviness about death itself for such a while that he's been fighting it by racing for most of his life. For his parents as well, but mostly for his best friend, Roger.
Virgina's also been hurt dearly. Her only brother died in a dangerous horse race against Gabriel. She believe's it to be all Gabriels fault and holds that anger towards him. Even though they had a rough start, they blossomed into something truly worthy of the word love.


Like always, I highly recommend any novel by Sabrina Jeffries. She's a fantastic story teller and I always look forward to her next read. So pick this series up! You won't regret it.




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