A Courtesan’s Scandal by Julia London Virtual Blog Tour

Posted 12 November, 2009 by Molly(Cover To Cover Cafe) in Book Reviews / 1 Comment

About the Book:
 Kate Bergeron is the beautiful and mysterious former mistress of a cloth merchant…and the latest beauty to capture the interest of the Prince of Wales. Mired in a disastrous divorce, the Prince attempts to distract attention from his next amorous pursuit by ordering Grayson Christopher, the eligible Duke of Darlington, to pretend to London society that he is having an affair with Kate. When Grayson reluctantly agrees to his Prince’s demand, he finds the lady no more willing than he is. Kate will grudgingly act the part in public, but her favors are not for sale to any man. As Grayson and Kate mimic ardor for the world to see, they find what started as a deception becoming all too real. And when passion flames into love, their predicament becomes extreme. For while marriage between a duke and a courtesan could never happen, Kate knows in her heart that she is willing to accept nothing less….
About the Author:
Julia London is the New York Times and USA Today best selling author of more than a twenty romantic fiction novels. She is the author of the popular Desperate Debutante and Scandalous historical romance series, as well as several contemporary romances, including American Diva, the very popular tie-in novel to the daytime drama, Guiding Light: Jonathan’s Story, and the upcoming Summer of Two Wishes

Julia is the recipient of the RT Bookclub Award for Best Historical Romance and a four-time finalist for the prestigious RITA award for excellence in romantic fiction. She lives in Round Rock, Texas, with her husband. To keep up with all the Julia London news and excerpts, please visit https://www.julialondon.com.

My Review:
I would say this book is an enjoyable book for the most part. I feel, though, that the use of the passion filled moments and details during those passionate scenes was a bit too much.
Julia London’s historical detail, however, was truly great. Describing the clothing and the houses of the 1800’s was amazing.
I would recommend this book to those who like historical, passion filled stories, but if you don’t like books with detailed passion and language then this book is not for you.
All in all, Ms. London deserves praises for a wonderful writing talent!
*This book was provided for review courtesy of Simon&Schuster/PocketBooks*
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