Saturday, November 11, 2017

Book Review: 'The Herald’s Heart' by Rue Allyn

A fantastic read! It hooked me immediately and I absolutely loved the mystery and suspense intertwined with the evolving yet forbidden romance between Kady Larkin Rosham, the heroine and Sir Talon Quereste, the hero.
I fell in love with the well developed, complex characters that are threaded through out the story, all of whom kept me on my toes along with the twists and turns of the well written intricate plot.
The relationship between Lady Larkin and Sir Talon consisted of witty banter mixed with sensual desires. I giggled over the song he sang to her and I still smile thinking about it! I just wish Sir Talon had believed in Lady Larkin sooner than he did. For that little annoyance I couldn’t give this book five stars.
I read this book on vacation in Hawaii and as beautiful as Hawaii is, the author, Rue Allyn, had me wanting to go visit a castle estate with tunnels underneath it connecting to the ocean!
I was pleasantly satisfied with the ending of this book. I can easily recommend this book. Just don’t blame me when you hear Sir Talon’s off-key baritone humming and your toes curl! 🙂

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