June 13, 2012

Book Review: Secrets of Midnight by Miriam Minger

Author: Miriam Minger
Release Date: November 6th 2010
Publisher: Walker Publishing
Age: Adult
If Lord Donovan Trent had his way, he would spend his days carelessly wooing the women of London society. Instead, he found himself banished to the English countryside of Cornwall, forced by the decrees of his father’s will to run his family’s tin mines and find a country bride. The last thing the handsome lord needed was a local lass sticking her nose into his affairs, but that seemed to be exactly what Corisande Easton had in mind.
Corie had spent her whole life struggling to help those less fortunate than herself. When she heard that Lord Donovan had arrived in Cornwall, she seized the opportunity to confront him about his family’s mistreatment of the overworked tinners. Donovan and Corie soon found their tempers flaring while fighting to deny their fiery passions—until a secret business arrangement forced them into each other’s arms.
When I Secrets of Midnight free from amazon, I couldn't let the opportunity pass. I like historical romances, and I enjoyed this book.

Lord Donovan Trent is being forced to marry a country bride by his father's will, and he just need a bride who doesn't mind to be temporary.

Corie can be his bride. She takes this opportunity to protect the local overworked man by agreeing to be his wife for a few weeks, but none of them expected to fall in love.

I liked Donovan and Corie as a couple. They were both fierce and their characters were very strong, but they managed to get along because of their passion and their tender heart. The story was enjoyable, although sometimes there were too many things happening, but in the end I liked it and had a good time reading it.

If you like historical romance with fierce and passionate couples, Secrets of Midnight is for you.


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3 comments:

  1. I might have this one too ;) I am a horrid freebielover and I can't keep track

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  2. This sounds positively delightful and I am going to hunt it down now..awesome review!

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  3. A book with two strong people in a relationship sounds promising. I don't do historical fiction much but it still sounds good.
    Thanks for review,
    Brandi from Blkosiner’s Book Blog

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