Apr 172015
 

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Apr 162015
 

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Cyrus Ryland is the only thing standing between Claire Mayhew and a much needed independence. Cyrus and his outdated views on women, that is. She wants to own her own coffee shop and the wealthy bachelor refuses to see that a women can handle such a thing without a male backer.

No problem, all Claire needs is his signature and she’s home free…

Except Cyrus isn’t what Claire expected and she’s having trouble remembering why independence and a cold bed are so very important.

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What I liked: The Lady Meets Her Match is quite fun. It begins with a bit of a Cinderella-ish scene and morphs into a great book. It is pretty steamy but mostly it’s just flirting. The steam doesn’t seem very graphic and that’s probably because of the verbiage Ms. Conkle used.
What I didn’t like: While The Lady Meets Her Match is a really good story I didn’t feel as immersed in it as I do many books. It was written in such a way that I didn’t feel like I was one of the characters (knowing their thoughts and feelings) but instead felt like I was watching a play.
I missed the first book in this series & need to grab it!

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Author: Gina Conkle
Source: Sourcebooks Casablanca via NetGalley | This is a loan in exchange for an honest reviwe
Grade: B+
Ages: 18+
Steam: AMore than Adult but Less than Schorching… Somewhere above Rated R and R-17ish…
Setting: London, England 1738
This Counts for these Challenges: 2015 Let Me Count The Ways Reading Challenge, 2015 New Authors Reading Challenge, 2015 Women Challenge, 2015 Historical Romance Reading Challenge, 2015 NetGalley Reading Challenge, Monthly Mix-up Mania, 2014 Alphabet Soup Reading Challenge
Series: Midnight Meetings #2

Meet the Earl at Midnight

The Lady Meets Her Match

Author Bio:

Gina Conkle, a history nerd to the core, loves castles and museums. Her motto is “the older and moldier, the better.” When not enjoying relics, she lives in the present, dabbling in organic gardening at her home in San Diego, California. She lives with Brian, her husband and favorite alpha male, and their two boys.

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