Wednesday, 31 January 2018

Wallflower most wanted - Manda Collins

A dedicated painter, Miss Sophia Hastings is far more concerned with finding the right slant of light than in finding Mr. Right. But when an overhead conversation hints at danger for another local artist, Sophia is determined to get involved. Even it means accepting help from an impossibly good-looking vicar who insists on joining her investigation—and threatens to capture her heart…

Reverend Lord Benedick Lisle knows that Sophia is no damsel in distress. But he won’t allow her to venture into peril alone, either. . .especially since he finds Sophia’s curious, free-spirited nature so alluring. But protecting her from harm is becoming more difficult than the vicar could have expected as he and Sophia confront their fiery mutual passion. Who could have known that the art of love would prove so irresistible? 


Kindle Edition, 304 pages
Published January 30th 2018 by St. Martin's Paperbacks
Studies in Scandal #3
Historical romance
NG

My thoughts:
There once was a castle given to 4 remarkable women. They all also got letters telling them to do certain things.

Sophia is an artist and she does not care for silly things like portraits or whatever nice things women should paint. She stumbles upon a strange plot including ill deeds and painters and is in the case. Just as the heroines in previous books had their plots to uncover. Whatever that old lady thought I do not know. THis is dangerous business!

Lord Benedict is a hot vicar. I know right, whaat. I do not come across many vicars in historical romance. And he does not do one single reverend thing to be honest. Which I also liked. And he was nice, hot and fell for her hard.

So there is the suspense plot. There is these two falling in love. We meet the previous heroines and the future one (I think that will be a fun one, heads will fall!).  We meet the most annoying man, grrrrr, *hits him over the head*. And in the end, I did not see things coming.

A cute romance.


36 comments:

  1. LOL! True, I don't think I can remember any vicar hotties either, but this sure sounds neat! Hugs...RO

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    1. It is my second one, but they are not common

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  2. Ohhh I'm always looking for more HR! Thank you

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  3. Sounds adorable! The most annoying man? Gotta meet him!

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  4. Oh sounds like real fun and what a little point of difference including a hot vicar. You head hitting tyrant!

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  5. A vicar as a hottie? Now that is unexpected.

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  6. Sounds interesting. I don't think I've read one with a vicar either.

    Melanie @ Hot Listens & Rabid Reads

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  7. Sounds cute. Nice cover, too.

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  8. Ooh, I like the idea of a hot vicar, though it's funny that he doesn't do a single reverend thing, I guess they want nothing to get in the way of the romance ;-)

    ~Mogsy @ BiblioSanctum

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  9. I think I would like to read this one!

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  10. Lots of reviews for this one today. It's now on my TBR list.

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  11. Love the premise of the series. This sounds like a cute one :)

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  12. I read the first book in the series & look forward to catching up. I love the premise! Thanks for the review!

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