A Forbidden Love – Book One
by Elise de Sallier
Lindsey Gray - Author on Author Book ReviewThis novel seems more like that of a seasoned historical romance novelist than a debut. The knowledge of the time period and customs is breathtakingly accurate. Ms. de Sallier’s portrayal of Lisa and her struggle to understand the world that was taking shape around her was brilliant and a thrill to experience. All the differences between Nathaniel and Lisa are quite evident from the start, but Ms. de Sallier’s depiction of their attraction and intimacy make them perfect for each other. I devoured the 313-page copy I received in one day. I don’t even recall the last time I enjoyed reading a book of that length and read so incredibly fast. I highly recommend this book to any historical romance lover. If you enjoy the novels of Rose Gordon or Christine Merrill, Innocence should be the next book on your to be read list. (Excerpt) http://lindsey-gray.blogspot.com/2013/12/author-on-author-book-review-innocence.html Candace Smith Goodreads I could not put this book down. Innocence was well written and engaging. I enjoyed the mystery, suspense, and hot love scenes that are not in many historical romance novels. Great start to a new series. Highly recommended. https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/14026483-candice-smith-walker Andrea Whittle, Penny Dreadful Book Reviews From it’s elegantly designed cover to its superb writing, Innocence is a skillfully constructed Regency. It is so convincing in its historical guise that I was shocked when I read that it originated as a Twilight non-canon fan fiction. (Excerpt) http://pennydreadfulbooks.me/2013/12/10/innocence-forbidden-love-1-elise-de-sallier/
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