AWRW Book Review: Harlot at the Homestead, by Molly Ann Wishlade

HarlotAtTheHomesteadBookCoverSometimes retribution finds it’s own way but sometimes it needs a helping hand.

When Catherine Montgomery shows up at Kenan Duggan’s homestead, she expects him to be surprised. She’s been gone two years and she’s devastated to hear that her former fiancé was forced to give her up for dead.

Catherine never stopped thinking about Kenan and hoped that they’d be reunited one day. She has suffered at the hands of another but nothing tortured her as much as being apart from the man she loves. She doubts, however, that Kenan will be able to forgive her when she reveals her secrets.

As Kenan battles his desire for revenge, their mutual desire reawakens like a creek bed in the rain, and soon they are swept up in rediscovering their all-consuming passion.

Retribution often finds its own way in the Wild West and the men to blame for Catherine’s disappearance may well find themselves paying for their crimes in unexpected ways.

That’s if Kenan doesn’t get to them first!

Harlot at the Homestead (The Duggans of Montana) Book 1

by Molly Ann Wishlade

Published by Totally Bound, April 3rd 2014

TotallyBound

Historical Erotic Romance

Heat Rating: Totally Sizzling

Sexometer Rating: 2

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Book Review:

Kenan Duggan thinks he is looking at a ghost when Catherine Montgomery appears at his door. Believed to be dead by Natives, Kenan hasn’t seen his fiance in two years!

Reunited with the woman he loves, he fears this joy he feels will disintegrate when he finds out what really happened…. Where has his fiance been this entire time? And why did she allow him to think that she was dead?

Kenan and Catherine have an explosively passionate reunion, and despite her reservations, she confesses to Kenan what has kept her from him. Family secrets and lies surface, exposing a seedy world that some might believe couldn’t happen to them… But it does, and Kenan is out to settle the score.

Harlot at the Homestead is full of sizzling sex, drama, and passion. This novel contains strong themes, but still remains to be a light read with a happily ever after. I enjoyed this story very much because it was refreshing to read a romance that deviated from the “normal” format. Harlot at the Homestead is completely unique and original, and I’d recommend it to anyone who was looking to read a sizzling erotic romance, with a healthy dose of drama & retribution!

Kenan Duggan was thee perfect hero, so if you love sexy heroes, you MUST read this book!

Catherine Montgomery played the role of the tortured heroine who needed to be saved. With her dark past, she was hard to love. Kenan was able to see past it, making him even more lovable. (Are you getting the impression that Kenan Duggan is my book boyfriend, or what?) 🙂

My favorite line in the book was when Kenan believes a terrifying and grisly spirit was sent to haunt him. It turns out this “wild spectre” was really Catherine’s elderly Aunt running towards him… I’m still laughing!

And those sex scenes! *Fans self* HOT!

“You ready to ride a cowboy? he asked. He slid a finger inside her, causing her to tremble with an aftershock of her climax, then he added another, stretching her slightly, and then she opened her legs to encourage him.”

I don’t know about you, but I kinda blacked out at “You ready to ride a cowboy?” 😉

All in all, this is a novel that you NEED to have on your bedside table, or on your E-reader. Molly Ann Wishlade doesn’t disappoint! 5 Stars!

***I was given a copy of HATH by the Author in exchange for a fair, honest, and thoughtful review.

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Molly Ann Wishlade has always been an avid reader and writer of stories. Her lifetime of reading has taken her from the magical worlds of The Faraway Tree and The Borrowers, to the Greek myths and legends, to Sweet Valley High and Judy Blume’s Forever, to Asimov’s science fiction, Jane Eyre’s torment and Stephen King’s masterpieces.

More recently she has wandered through the vivid historicals of Philippa Gregory; the bubbly, gritty delights of Adele Parks and the fast paced thrillers of James Patterson. She loves getting lost in a novel and often regrets finishing one as the characters are usually missed like old friends. She regularly indulges her insatiable hunger for romance and passion in the delicious worlds created by romantic novelists and is working on several novels herself.

What precious spare time she has is spent with her family (one gorgeous husband and two bright and beautiful children), taking long walks around the beautiful Welsh countryside (although she’s still waiting for the rescue greyhound she wants to accompany her), cooking her own secret recipe curries, drinking Earl Grey (in copious amounts) and discovering delicious wines. Oh, and she also loves to ski.

She wants to take readers on the rollercoaster that is life through the creation of her own characters, relationships and worlds.

She appreciates feedback, recipes and wine recommendations. 🙂

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