The Enigma of A Widow by Linda Rae Sande

This is entertaining, amusing and sweet. Adonis is charming, chivalrous, loyal, caring and bold. Lydia is independent, daring, tough and sympathetic. Adonis made a promise to protect Lydia, made to her dying husband, and he meant to do it whether she wanted him to or not. Lydia was very surprised to find Adonis in her bedchamber in the middle of the night, sleeping, repeatedly. When she was told by the office of foreign affairs that she was to do whatever necessary, including marrying him, to insure that he was sane, she grew concerned. But they built a comfortable, if entertaining, relationship. I loved these characters, they both just rolled with whatever came along, and were perfect for each other.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from Candid Book Reviews. This is my honest and voluntary opinion of it.


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