‘Never Wager Against Love’ by Maureen Driscoll

nwal mdBOOK BLURB: When Arthur Kellington was fifteen, a Romany fortune teller predicted that his true love would be killed. Since then, he’s resolved to never fall in love. He has no trouble keeping his resolution until he meets Vanessa Gans, an agent with the Home Office who is on the trail of two hardened criminals. As he finds himself falling for her, he must keep his distance emotionally as the only way to protect them both.

Despite her illegitimate birth, Vanessa Gans has worked her way up to being one of the Crown’s finest agents. She’s reluctant to accept Arthur’s help initially because she doesn’t want to place him in danger. Then she realizes her heart is truly at risk because there can be no honorable future between them.

REVIEW: This is the third book in Kellington Family series and this time around it’s Arthur’s happily ever after and I loved the way this story developed. What I found out by reading this author is how much I enjoy the dialogue she writes. It flows, drips and enriches every story I’ve read so far.

As for the characters, they were well written, solid and three dimensional. From the start of the book you were able to connect with them and enjoy their journey as they try to unravel the mystery and come to care for each other.

If you are a fan of this author, then this is a must read for you.

If you’ve never read any of Maureen’s books, this is a good way to sample her writing voice because this book is FREE for a limited time only. Enjoy!

BUY LINKS: Amazon

Melanie for b2b

Complimentary copy provided by the author

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