Review: The Archery Contest by Lori Lyn

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Review: The Archery Contest by Lori Lyn

Alexander Fitzhugh is a bear of a man, quite content to spend his time with his sturdy mistresses. When both his father and his cousin begin to pester the rakehell to fulfill his obligation to produce an heir, he balks at the idea of having to select his bride from the dainty debutantes of the Season. Thinking to eventually find a robust widow, he is not prepared for the campaign launched upon him by "Bill", a petite blonde vixen who already has more than enough young swains dancing to her tune; nor is he prepared for the raging desire and protectiveness she evokes in him.

Lady Wilhemina Kirkpatrick, or Willy as her intimates call her, is enjoying her first Season and plans to find a suitable rouge to teach her the art of becoming a flirt. Once she sets eyes on Alexander Fitzhugh however, the headstrong young lady quickly decides the earl will be the perfect match for her. Undaunted by his surly behavior toward her, for she has seen the blatant passion burning in his eyes, she contrives to ensnare the acrimonious lord and everyone knows - what Willy wants, Willy gets!

Title: The Archery Contest
Author: Lori Lyn
Published by Corvalis Press
Source: Publisher
Published: May 13th 2014
Genres: Historical Romace
Pages: 255
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Stars: four-stars
Flames: three-flames

Thoroughly engrossing, Archery Contest presents two wonderful and charming characters in this intriguing romance novel. Exciting and thrilling, Willy goes out of her way to win the heart of the hardened rake, Alex in a delightfully interesting twist and turn of events.

Lori Lyn made the characters, both main and supporting, to have interesting quirks and entertains the readers with the crazy antics and machinations they resort to just to attain their goal. I think the inclusion of the sport, archery, is really cool and adds to the charm factor of this novel. Indeed, archery contest is a good, fast light read for historical romance lovers.


Tracey Alveraz17




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