A duke’s daughter in hiding. An ex-spy blinded by desire. Is it treason or true love?
Lady Lillian must abandon her decadent life to hide from her stepfather who wants to use her as the scapegoat for the ultimate sin against England.
Her years of playing in the kitchen as a child has paid off and she's found work as a cook’s assistant in the house of the Earl of Redwick, a man she’s never met in society. But her refuge is not as safe as it seems. When she finally meets the master of the house, she discovers the new Earl of Redwick could be a danger to her masquerade... and her heart.
As a second son, Dominic never expected to inherit, but now he must adapt to life as a gentleman of leisure, and he hates it. His days of spying for the crown are over, except for one last secret mission right here in London. Find the missing daughter of a duke and her traitor stepfather.
But Lady Lillian isn't missing; she’s hiding right under his nose as his lovely new cook’s assistant. To bring her stepfather to justice, Dominic needs Lilly’s help. Can he resist temptation and keep his focus on the mission or will his growing attraction to Lilly put both their lives at risk?
Mine, All Mine is book 1 of the Fated for Love Regency Romance Series. If you like intrigue, suspense, adventure, and sizzling romance, then you’ll love Dayna Quince’s debut novel.
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Yikes. Bad plot and questionable romance
There was NO set up so everything just sort of… happened. It was messy and hard to follow and then they just sort of started kissing.
Also it wasn’t all that good of a plan on her part in the beginning. There was mention of a disguise but it was never explained (I assumed it was just a change in the type of clothing). Also they said it was reason but never explained. The big bad didn’t even show up until the end and then was just beaten easily. This was just a steaming pile of nonsense.
Also the ending was abrupt with no follow through on all the plot threads being solved like the “aunt” or her mother’s obvious murder. I could go on…
It was an interesting concept, but I hate how this story (like so many others) depict female characters as a slave to their hormones, like they live as slaves to their libido when in reality that’s not true. I’m sick of reading about women who say no and then jump the guys bones and then get all huffy like it was his fault for inciting her base urges when she’s the one who had the control in the first place. Same goes for the reverse when the guy blames the girl for being attractive to him. It’s old and getting older by the day. If you can’t think of another way besides alcohol or unconquerable hormones to get your two leads together then they SHOULDN’T BE TOGETHER!