A Tale of Two Lovers
“An incredible new talent, Maya Rodale continues her deliciously exciting “Writing Girls” historical romance series with A Tale of Two Lovers. Fans of the bestselling romance of Laura Lee Guhrke and Suzanne Enoch will adore this Regency Era-set love story from one of the most exciting members of the new generation of romantic fiction writers. A Tale of Two Lovers is a wonder, chronicling the deliciously passionate twists and turns that ensue when The London Weekly’s fearless gossip columnist, the “Lady of Distinction,” ruins her reputation by slandering the notorious Lord Roxbury, leaving them both no recourse except marriage…to each other! “ -Goodreads
This was a cute romance that I enjoyed. It was much cleaner than the ones I usually come across, which was a nice change. It had an original plot which made me happy, but there were also aspects I did not like. The characters could have been more developed, I feel there should have been more backstory included, and the conclusion could have resolved more. Like my complaint with most romance novels, the character fell from hate to love way too fast to be reasonable. Overall it was a good read though.