Author: Eileen Dreyer

Review: Always a Temptress by Eileen Dreyer

Review: Always a Temptress by Eileen Dreyer

  This court is now in session… Henry Lidge hears that a foreign agent talked about ‘the whore’ before he died and automatically assumes it must be Lady Kate. Without further ado he kidnaps her and decides he’s going to intimidate her into revealing a poem the baddies want to get their paws on. His technique involves deprivation of liberty, starvation and sexual harassment.

April 21, 2014 Reviews 2 Comments
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Review: Once A Rake by Eileen Dreyer

Review: Once A Rake by Eileen Dreyer

  Colonel Ian Ferguson is in a spot of bother. He saved his beloved Duke of Wellington from an assassination plot but instead of being lauded, the Duke’s comrades shot at him. Despite being injured, stuck in cold water and facing ten knot winds (this bit was confusing as I thought something this strong was like a gentle breeze), he managed to swim ashore to Sarah’s estate of Fairbourne in Dorset where he encountered Willoughby, Sarah’s pig. Obviously he needed to avoid the authorities, warn Wellington and sweep Sarah off her feet. Simple really for a “well over six feet” […]

February 16, 2014 Reviews 1 Comment
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