Tuesday, February 15, 2022

The Lady Tempts an Heir by Harper St. George



The Lady Tempts an Heir continues following the Crenshaw family as Max falls under the manipulative tactics of his parents. Luckily for us all, Helena is also in need of partner, and so together they work to try to maneuver around the expectations of their parents. As with the prior two novels, this novel features two characters who are immediately drawn to each other and yet are in a constant battle to try to suppress what they're feeling. They're both focused on the outcomes of their agreement but not so much that they can't find time to flirt and long for each other. Their courtship is delightful, even as they're in constant delightful, and I think it's probably my favorite so far. 

Every one of the novels in this series has featured wonderfully progressive and evolved characters. The men are strong and women are even stronger and their eventual happy endings are always so satisfactory. I thought, sadly, that this might be the last novel in the series but I'm happy to see that there will be more to come.

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A fake engagement brings together a lady with bold and daring dreams, and the heir whose heart she captured—perfect for fans of Bridgerton!

Tall, dark, and brooding—to say that American Maxwell Crenshaw stood out in the glittering ballrooms of London is an understatement. He vowed never to set foot in England again, but when a summons from his father along with an ultimatum to secure his legacy has him crossing the Atlantic for the last time, reuniting him with the delectable Lady Helena March, he can’t deny the temptation she presents. Or the ideas she inspires…
Lady Helena March is flirting with scandal. Instead of spending her time at teas and balls in search of another husband, as is expected of a young widow, Helena pours her energy into The London Home for Young Women. But Society gives no quarter to unmarried radicals who associate with illegitimate children and fallen women, and Helena’s funding is almost run out. So when the sinfully seductive Crenshaw heir suggests a fake engagement to save them both—him from an unwanted marriage and her from scorn and financial ruin—Helena finds herself too fascinated to refuse the sexy American.
As their arrangement of convenience melts oh so deliciously into nights of passion, their deception starts to become real. But if Max knew the true reason Helena can never remarry, he wouldn’t look at her with such heat in his eyes. Or might the Crenshaw heir be willing to do whatever it takes to win the one woman he’s never been able to forget…

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