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  • Posted March 17, 2012

    Very enjoyable - a page turner

    I enjoyed the first book in the series enough that I will definitely read the rest of the series!

    The lead characters are not overpowering, but there is an underlying story that I must get to regarding the Randals! I hope the next 3 books are as enjoyable to read!

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 28, 2012

    Loved it!

    Tightly written story with engaging characters---already looking forward to the next in this series! Heather Boyd creates people with whom I would love to share tea!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 24, 2012

    Loved this book! 5 stars! I love series books and this first bo

    Loved this book! 5 stars!
    I love series books and this first book has the potential to be a "great" series. I have read Ms. Boyd's prior three books Chills, Broken, and Charity. I have enjoyed all of them immensely. I just finished "Engaging the Enemy" and was hoping book 2 was already available. Can not wait to see what happens next! I will be waiting, but not patiently! Loved this book! I recommend it highly! Leopold can come and rescue me anytime! Loved all the characters. Well developed story line. Please hurry with book 2 (Forsaking the Prize).

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted May 7, 2013

    Free book for review. This book has it all, love, drama as well

    Free book for review. This book has it all, love, drama as well as twists and turns. This book is a must read.

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  • Posted March 28, 2013

    Engaging the Enemy is the first book I have had the pleasure to

    Engaging the Enemy is the first book I have had the pleasure to read by Heather Boyd. Oh my what a first book I choose to read. I thoroughly enjoyed this lovely historical romance. 




    Mercy, Duchess of Romsey is such a fun character. I loved her spunk and her devotion to her son. She has a lot of responsibility taking care of things for her son until he is able to take charge of the estate. Mercy is in desperate need of some assistance with the estate and also has a problem that she needs some help with. She is so excited when she finds out her husband's cousin is in town. She ask for his assistance with the estate and also confides her problem to him. 




    Leopold Randall has returned home to locate his siblings. He enlist the help of Mercy to assist him with his search for clues. He is determined to find his siblings that he was forced to separate from. I really liked Leopold too, he is a determined, loyal gentleman that is just what Mercy and her son Edwin need in their life. 




    I truly enjoyed reading Mercy & Leopold's story. They are such compelling couple that I just could not put this book down. They had so many trials to over come in their path together.  




    There is a lot of drama, some really hot romance scenes, and some moments that are quite humorous. This story really kept me guessing who was causing the problems for Mercy and Edwin. I had several suspects. The plot is a page turner. I enjoyed this book so much that the next book in the series has moved to next in my to be read pile. 




    If you enjoy a good historical romance with some mystery, drama, and romance I think you will enjoy this one. 

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    Posted October 28, 2012

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