Saturday, December 07, 2013

Review: An Inheritance of Shame

An Inheritance of Shame
An Inheritance of Shame by Kate Hewitt

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I think this is one of the most romantic Harlequin Presents books I've read in a long time. I loved how the hero and heroine had such deep, complex backstories and bravely endured so much pain and suffering to become the strong people they were in the story. The heroine especially had so much quiet strength, and I really liked that about her. The hero was very sympathetic because of how he carried the pain of his childhood as a bastard child of the Corretti family and how it had molded him.

This book didn't have as strong an external plot as other Presents books, but it didn't detract from a really good, well-told story. The romance itself was so full of conflict and discovery, and I loved watching the two of them come together. I wasn't nuts about the public declaration of love scene at the end, but overall it was such a great book. I loved it.

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