by Julia Keaton

February 2004
ISBN: 1-58608-222-1
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Alexandra, disguised as Lord Alex Montague, has just saved Lord Derwin’s daughter, Constance Blackmore from certain disaster. A flighty girl, Constance begs Alex to return her to her father’s home. With no way out of the situation, Alex complies, only to find herself confronted with an angry, huge, (oh my) handsome man, Constance’s brother Bronson. Unable to give up her disguise as a man, Alex fights her growing attraction to Bronson.

Beguiled() was a fun, great read for me. I love books with the woman doing her best to act like someone else and the man can’t understand his attraction to another “man”. Alex is a funny, determined woman who refuses to allow the king to marry her off to someone she doesn’t know. Bronson is a hard, almost cheerless man. However, as you come to learn more about him he is very protective of the ones he loves . . . In other words he is true alpha! Oh my, *fanning self* the sex, *panting* very hot. Because Bronson doesn’t reveal that he knows Alex is a woman the foreplay is as hot as the actual action! The love between these two is quick to grab them, quick enough that Bronson denies it wholeheartedly! If you enjoy historical romances, then you will most definitely enjoy Beguiled.

Reviewed in June 2004 by Vikky.

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