Did you ever think it possible that I could love a hero more than Garr, the book-boy of my dreams? Well, it's happened. You're shocked, I know. But it's true, ladies. It's true.
Allow me to introduce you to the one and only, Magnus Verdun.
Book Rating: Best of the Best
I don't think I really need to go into the many ways I qualify for Tamara Leigh Fan Club President. (Yes I do want that job...) Every book she has written I have loved. Right now you feel like you've heard all of this before--my beautiful symphony of praises that carries across the vast internet world and into your computer. But you want more, right? Right. ;)
I am telling you--BARON OF EMBERLY is now my favorite Tamara book. I could explain how the hero and heroine are perfectly written, beautifully flawed and delightfully genuine. I could gush about the romance--oh!!--and the tension that kills you all the way to the end. It hurts so good! I could whisper in hushed tones of the amazing twists of plot that made me literally talk to the kindle as I read, "I totally did not see that coming..."
Oh, but you don't want me to do that. You want me to show a picture of Henry Cavill (because that is what the hero looks like in my mind) and tell you that every time you feel unworthy, or unattractive, or un-whatever, this man will make you fell like "a natural woman". Honestly, Magnus Verdun was all kinds of wonderful and I am sorry to say that Garr must now step aside to allow Magnus to be in the top spot right next him. So I should clarify my opening statement. They share the top spot, because I just can't let Garr take second, now can I?
A few seconds must be given to Thomasin. She is wonderful!!! I love that Tamara does different heroines. Thomasin is sweet, and tough but vulnerable and really yearned to grow and improve herself. And oh, how Magnus loves her!!! GAH! She's a perfect match for such a hero. *whispers his name*
OK, go buy this and prepare to fall in love with these two. Their story is unlike any other.