Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Teatime and Books Review ~ How to Woo a Wallflower - Romancing the Rules by Christy Carlyle #Historical #Romance #AvonBooks

How to Woo a Wallflower (Romancing the Rules)


Christy Carlyle

About the Book:
 An Unconventional Wallflower…

Clarissa Ruthven was born to be a proper lady, but she’s never wanted to live up to the expectations her late father set. Determined to use her inheritance to help the less fortunate women of London, she’s devastated to learn that she won’t be inheriting anything until she marries, a fate she has no interest in. Unwilling to let go of her plans, Clary works at Ruthven Publishing for Gabriel Adamson, a man who’s always hated her. She’s always returned the feeling, but as she begins to turn her family’s publishing company upside down, she finds herself unable to forget her handsome boss.

Never Follows the Rules…

Gabriel Adamson believes in order. He certainly doesn’t believe Clary should be sticking her nose in the publishing company, and she definitely has no business invading his every thought. But Gabe soon finds he can’t resist Clary’s sense of freedom or her passionate kisses and he starts to crave everything she’s willing to give him.

Especially When It Comes to Love…

When Gabe’s dark past comes back to haunt him, he’ll do anything to make sure that Clary isn’t hurt…even if it means giving up the only woman he’s ever loved.

A Dynamite High 5 Stars for How to Woo a Wallflower by Christy Carlyle. This series just gets better and better! Clarissa Ruthven is a proper young lady who’s in quite a pickle, she can’t get her inheritance until she marries. She wants nothing of the sort, she’s an independent and self-disciplined woman who does not need a man in her life… or so she thinks. She spends her spare time volunteering at Miss Fisk’s boarding school for unfortunate girls. This is truly where Clarissa’s heart belongs, she loves these girls and wants to help them become something in society… however, without her inheritance, she can’t help them. In order to help earn money, she works at her family’s publishing company, there’s just one problem, her boss... He’s irresistible but he doesn’t like her… however, she soon changes his mind and he begins to fall for her.

Carlyle’s writing is impeccable, she weaves a tale of such passion and add in interesting twists and turns that keeps one reading long into the wee hours of the morning. I absolutely loved this book and highly recommend it to any historical romance fanatic!

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