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Friday, September 13, 2013

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Hello and welcome to my post for The Fall into Romance Blog Hop. Thank you to The Romance Reviews for organizing and hosting this blog hop event.

Today I am featuring an erotic historical romance I enjoyed very much from author Tarah Scott.



Lady Riana Ellis will risk the fires of Hell for those she loves.
Can she let a man do the same for her?

As whore for the Duchess of Arundel, Lady Riana Ellis keeps her sister safe from the duke’s lascivious desires. Now the duchess demands that Riana murder the man already sent to her bed.

Sir Bryant Cullen determines to have the duchess’ whore. Her land is a prize, but it’s her secrets he wants. Once he knows what she knows, he will control one of the most powerful houses in Scotland. And she will be his.

This is erotic romance





Here's my review of A KNIGHT OF PASSION:

A Knight of Passion is one of those stories that just sweeps you away from the start. This is a very plot centered story with a strong external threat. The characterization is still very deep. I fell in love with the hero and heroine and cheered them on every step of the way.

Lady Riana Ellis is a heroine in every sense of the word. She gives up her very soul to save the lives of those she loves. She has also given up all hope in happiness or safety for herself in this earthly life. Then she meets the man who has the power to change everything, Sir Bryant Cullen. Immediately, he senses Riana’s character. He knows despite the fact that she must play at being a whore for the Duchess of Arundel’s pleasure, this is a true lady whose every move is fired by determination, courage and loyalty. He knows she is a rose beyond compare and he vows to possess her completely and protect her forever.

But Riana has a problem trusting that anyone could give so completely of themselves to her without some other more sinister motive. The conflict between the couple centers around learning to trust each other. Even as they struggle to overcome their own conflicts, their enemies are closing in on them. They must pull together and fight as a team or risk losing everything.

This story is full of romance and high adventure while also being extremely erotic. It has a deep feeling of being really back there in the days of knights and their damsels, when honor meant everything. Scott’s prose is beautiful and easy to read. I LOVED this story.



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15 comments:

  1. I do think fall is a romantic season! aside from the sneezing lol!

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  2. I think it can be...taking a walk with a loved one to see the changing leaves.

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  3. I've seen some really beautiful weddings done in the fall!

    Kassandra

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  4. Definitely. All the chances to snuggle up, fires burning and it gets dark early. ;)

    Bookworm (dot) judy (at) gmail (dot) com

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  5. I think that with the right person Fall can be romantic.

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  6. Fall is a very romantic season. The temperature in the evening is great for snuggling next to a bonfire.

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  7. Absolutely fall is a romantic season. Love how the cooler temps lead to more snuggling.

    drainbamaged.gyzmo at gmail.com

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  8. Fall is very romantic, snuggling up in front of fire, whether a bonfire or in the house, there is also hayrides.
    skpetal at hotmail dot com

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  9. Fall is romantic, because you have a reason to sit close and snuggle.

    angiek@cfu.net

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  10. I think fall is romantic, but unfortunately, it's not quite so romantic down here in Florida. Trees don't really change colors, and it's still too hot to snuggle in front of a fire :(

    Thanks for sharing this book, it sounds like a very interesting read, adding to my TBR.

    tiger-chick-1(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  11. For me living in Southern California, Winter is more romantic. Fall here is still to warm to snuggle in front of a fire. So if we wanted to snuggle in the fall it would be in front of the air conditioner. LOL
    Thanks for being part of the hop and for the chance to win. <^_^>
    reneebennett35 (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  12. Fall can be very romantic, yes. The changing of the seasons is a neat time. Thanks for participating in the blog hop!

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  13. I think fall is romantic with the changing leaves and cooler weather. It's a great time for walks, fires and cuddling.

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  14. I think it is very romantic. Thanks

    bme722(at)gmail(dot)com

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  15. Sweaters and fireplaces and snuggling under blankets and walks on deserted beaches--Fall is very romantic!
    catherinelee100 at gmail dot com

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