Friday, May 4, 2018

Book Review: 'Imposter’s Kiss' by Renea Mason


The blurb of this story caught my attention and the actual book didn’t disappoint me. And if like me, you haven’t read the first book in this series, don’t worry about not knowing what’s going on because Ms. Mason gives a short introduction to the overall theme at the beginning of this story. Plus, she does a good job filling in even more details as the story progresses.
I liked the setting of this story which gave me a feel of the Scottish Highlands and the inn where the hero takes the injured boy.
While it’s a sexy read, there’s a slow build-up to the actual sex scenes. Considering these two people were strangers, these scenes came across as old lovers reuniting and making up for lost time which I think added to the enjoyment of the story. And of course there’s the paranormal element that was really the icing on the cake.
If you like historicals with a dose of the supernatural, I think this might be a good pick for you.

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