Friday, October 14, 2016
BOOK REVIEW- MORGAN AND ARCHER
This sparkling short story by New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Grace Burrowes ties back to her popular Windham series. Archer Portmaine is investigating a plot against the Crown when he meets Morgan James, a young lady who believes her hearing problems make her a poor candidate for marriage, although her disability provides the key to unraveling Archer's mystery-and to capturing his heart. AMAZON 5 STARS
I was charmed by this story. I really enjoyed this story so much, that's why I gave it such high marks. I was going to give it at least a 4.5 Stars and realized I actually did love it. Both of the main characters were so honorable and interesting. And so sweet together; it was interesting to watch them as they begin to appreciate each other. And the part of Morgan having hearing problems promised to make for an even more interesting story. For me, it delivered on that promise. It also had several quirky secondary characters, which is something I always enjoy.
The whole mystery/intrigue that Archer is pursuing is a good one with a very satisfying outcome.
Even the cover for the book showed much tenderness, caring and intimacy that the story followed through on. I've only read a few books by this author but I can honestly say, this is my favorite so far.
Now I am looking forward to reading more of her books.