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Courting Trouble by Kerrigan Byrne ~ Review

Title: Courting Trouble
Author: Kerrigan Byrne
Genre: Historical Romance
Publisher: Oliver Heber Books
Release Date: December 8th, 2020
Version Read: Kindle ebook
Buy: Amazon

Synopsis: Doctor Titus Conleith emerged from his time as a battlefield surgeon with a mysterious fortune, a lethal secret, and a demon on his back. Ruthlessly intelligent, he was able to lift himself from his beginnings as a coal-stained bastard through merciless discipline and inexhaustible skill. Alone by choice, he swore never to open his heart to another. Not after Honoria Goode. The heiress who shattered his hopes and then tread upon the shards of his heart with her bejeweled slippers. The beauty with whom he shared his first taste of passion before she gave her hand to another.

The woman whose life he just saved from bleeding out on his table...

Honoria’s life as a Viscountess has been nothing but a misery she’d brought upon herself with her own cowardice. Trapped for years in a loveless marriage to a cruel rake, she has been widowed by the consequences of his villainy. Now, she must face the man with the blazing golden eyes of the boy she once worshiped, and the dark past they both share.

As their passion reignites with the same fervor of their youth, Honoria can’t help but begin to wonder…

Will he allow her the second chance she doesn’t deserve?

My Review: This is the second book in the Goode Girls series and takes place right after Seducing a Stranger with some throwback scenes between Titus and Nora at the beginning. I'm going to say this right now I'm such a slut for Kerrigan Byrne's books. I love the stories and all the sex between the heroines and heroes. This one was no exception and I loved how the class differences between them didn't stop them from falling in love when they were younger. Of course, there are obstacles to them being together but in the end, they do end up together. 

You do need to have some knowledge of the Victorian Rebels series to follow this spin-off series as all the characters from the Victorian Rebels are in these books. So yeah definitely read that series first before you read this one. This series is great so far and I can't wait to read the other two books. 

Rating: 4 stars

*I received an advanced copy from NetGalley. All opinions are my own. 

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