Book Review: The Scoundrel’s Secret Siren by Daphne du Bois

Lorelei Lindon escapes her hum drum life by reading books about ghosts and feisty heroines whom she wishes to emulate. When her maid tells her there is a real ghost in little Paddlington Village, Lorelei sneaks away late at night in hopes of spotting this infamous ghost. What she wasn’t expecting was to meet the 6th Earl of Winbourne on her ghost adventure… whom not only stole her pendant, but her heart.

This was the first Regency romance, (a sub-genre of romance set during the period of the British Regency, early 19th century), I’ve read and I really enjoyed it! The characters are proper, and eloquent which I found refreshing. I enjoyed the witty repertoire between Lorelei and Lord Winbourne as their love built slowly but surely.

Those who enjoy Regency romances will no doubt enjoy The Scoundrel’s Secret Siren by Daphne du Bois. I give it 4 stars!

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***I received an E-copy of this book for a fair and honest review.

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