Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Queen (Regency Refuge #3) by Heather Gray, Book Review


You can't hide from the past.

Queen's world was shattered, and she was banished to a foreign land. Years pass before she dares to return, but what she finds is of little comfort. Greed and dishonesty have festered and grown in her absence. Disillusioned, Queen trusts few people.

Owen pursues a clandestine investigation and finds himself working side-by-side with a veritable ghost, an agent few have seen, a master of disguise known simply as Queen. He craves her trust...but then uncovers a secret from his family's past that could destroy her.

Queen once sought refuge in America and now seeks it in disguise. Owen has always found his refuge in God, but will his faith be strong enough for the challenges ahead? Can he convince Queen to stop hiding, or is he doomed to become her most hated enemy?

My Review:

Hello to Heather Gray, where has this book been all my life?!? I loved this story so much! It had a life of its own and the story was so engaging. From one page to the next, I could never be sure what was going to happen or what new secret or tidbit would be revealed. Queen and Owen were jump off the page characters with intriguing personalities! This book consumed my thoughts and I stayed up until the wee hours to finish it. Gray weaves a regency tale like no other! Romance, cloak and dagger, secret agents, and mystery....I couldn't get enough of it! Pick this book up, read it, you will not be sorry! 

Side note:  I have not read the first two books in the series and I found this completely fine as a stand alone novel.

Rating:  Clean romance

Happy Reading!!!

You can pick up your own copy via Amazon.

Source:  Author for review

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