Monday, May 20, 2013

A Woman Entangled (Blackshear Family)

A Woman Entangled (Blackshear Family) 

An ambitious beauty seeking a spot among the elite is thwarted by a most disruptive gentleman in Cecilia Grant’s witty, elegant, and exquisitely sensual novel.

Kate Westbrook has dreams far bigger than romance. Love won’t get her into London’s most consequential parties, nor prevent her sisters from being snubbed and looked down upon—all because their besotted father unadvisedly married an actress. But a noble husband for Kate would deliver a future most suited to the granddaughter of an earl. Armed with ingenuity, breathtaking beauty, and the help of an idle aunt with connections, Kate is poised to make her dreams come true. Unfortunately, a familiar face—albeit a maddeningly handsome one—appears bent on upsetting her scheme.

Implored by Kate’s worried father to fend off the rogues eager to exploit his daughter’s charms, Nick Blackshear has set aside the torch he’s carried for Kate in order to do right by his friend. Anyway, she made quite clear that his feelings were not returned—though policing her won’t abate Nick’s desire. Reckless passion leads to love’s awakening, but time is running out. Kate must see for herself that the charms of high society are nothing compared to the infinite sweet pleasures demanded by the heart.

A Woman Entangled (Blackshear Family, #3)A Woman Entangled by Cecilia Grant
My rating: 2 of 5 stars

This book is long winded, drawn out and sounds more like a feminist rant than a romance. The characters are unlikable. Kate is a rotten, selfish, gold digger, looking only to heighten her ranks. Nick loves her, but allows Kate to step over him. He's boring. This book was just boring. I would never pay $7.99 for it.

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