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New Zealander BRONWEN EVANS loves story-telling – gobbling up movies, books and theatre. Her head is always filled with characters and stories, particularly lovers in angst. In 2007, encouraged by a close friend battling a life-threatening illness, Bronwen finally started down the path to publication by joining RWA, The Beau Monde. RWAustralia and RWNZ. Bronwen’s first manuscript, INVITATION TO RUIN, was completed late 2009 and was sold by her agent, Melissa Jeglinski of The Knight Agency, to Kensington Publishing early 2010, in a two book deal. Her debut novel, INVITATION TO RUIN, received a 4.5 star rating from RT Book Reviews and has been nominated in the RT Reviewer’s Choice awards – Best First Historical. Invitation to Ruin was also well received in Publishers Weekly - Evans's debut Regency is filled with sizzling romance... Strong characterizations, smooth plotting, and plenty of explicit sex will appeal to fans of modern Regencies. (Mar.)
on July 04, 2012 :
Sometimes funny, sometimes sweet, easy reading.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)
on June 12, 2012 :
Excellent and very steamy once you start reading you wont even want to eat or drink and if you have a drink make sure it has loads of ice!!!!
(reviewed long after purchase)
on March 27, 2012 :
OMG! I laughed, cried and squealed with delight. I love a strong woman who does not sacrifice her strength to please a man, Caitlin was that woman. Poor Harlow did not have a chance after the cake challenge, he fell hard, really hard. I loved how Caitlin got her wishes at the end- all of them ;-)
(review of free book)
on Feb. 13, 2012 :
To Dare the Duke of Dangerfield by Bronwen Evans is well written with well-developed characters. The H/h got to know each other better before their first kiss, and the prelude to the kiss had a lot of sexual tention and internal battle.
The H/h's relationship developed quickly after the first kiss, and so many things were happening. But easy to follow. Some twists and turns I cheered for, some I didn't, but over all, I really enjoyed reading about Caitlin and Harlow.
I had a smile on my face when I was done reading, and I cannot wait to read Marcus' story.
(review of free book)