Lord Hunter’s Cinderella Heiress by Lara Temple

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Betrothed…to the wrong man!

Building a life away from her bullying family, schoolmistress Helen Tilney now needs to convince her childhood sweetheart she’s a worthy bride. Standing in her way is Lord Hunter—the man Nell has just discovered she’s betrothed to! 

Hunter’s offer of marriage to Nell came out of guilt, and now seems less than appealing! So when she asks for his help to win another man, he agrees. Until their lessons in flirtation inspire a raging desire that has Hunter longing to keep Nell for himself… 

Book 1 in the Wild Lords and Innocent Ladies trilogy


REVIEW:

I adored this story the moment I turned to chapter one. Nell is sweet, kind-hearted with a bit of wit beneath her flamboyant flair. Her first thoughts of Lord Hunter in the opening scene made me smile. The story is fast-paced, the writing is beautiful, the plot grabs you and doesn’t let go, and the characters have so much depth—right down to Elkins—the stable hand. Each character plays a vital part in making this book unputdownable. I was mesmerized. Every detail warmed my heart. In fact, the fluent, lush prose took my mind off reality. It swept me away and I was hooked. Lara Temple makes sure she keeps your attention by putting her characters in challenging or sometimes hilarious situations that leave you psychologically satisfied. There is a humorous undertone to the plot which I savored. Lord Hunter’s Cinderella Heiress is another wonderful story that helped me through a tough period in my life. All in all, Lord Hunter’s Cinderella Heiress by Lara Temple is a beautiful, charming and passionate story. Its uniqueness is evident in every scene and I relished every word. So go grab yourself a copy. You most definitely will not regret it!

Highly Recommended
5 Stars

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