Publisher Eternal Press

Publisher Eternal Press
Love and the Paranormal

Saturday, January 25, 2014

Title: In Pursuit of Eliza Cynster Author: Stephanie Laurens Genre Regency Romance Review Rating: Five Stars Reviewer: Linda Hays-Gibbs This is an exciting romantic adventure with all the bells and whistles we rely on Laurens to give her readers. Eliza is being guarded while her sister Heather and Breckenridge enjoy their betrothal ball. She is given a note to meet someone in a back parlor and her curiosity made her go. There, she is drugged and kidnapped away to Scotland by Scrope, acting for a Highland Laird. On the way to Edinburgh, she sees Jeremy Carling pass and yells for help. He is an unlikely hero because he is a scholar not a warrior, but he follows and tries to help her. Eliza is a shy lady that can't ride horses, so her rescue involves a lot of walking through the highlands to get to England. Eliza felt jealous of her sister that was rescued from the Laird by Breckenridge and they fell in love. Now she see it as a terrifying experience.She hopes Jeremy will be her hero but he never acted like a hero before. He has to find the courage within him to perform his rescue of Eliza. Eliza finds her courage and unlikely hero is just what she needed. They run and run till you and they are thoroughly exhausted. Finally they make it home but the mystery of the Laird's reasons for kidnapping, not one but two Cynster girls, is still unknown. This is an exciting, riveting, erotic tale, a super good regency romance. I give this lovely story Five Stars. The characters are explained in detail with their foibles and psychosis. They are a treat. I recommend this to all readers of regency. Linda Hays-Gibbs

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