Review: An Oath Broken (The Oath Trilogy #2) by Diana Cosby

June 22, 2015 Review 0

Review: An Oath Broken (The Oath Trilogy #2) by Diana Cosby

Lady Sarra Bellacote would sooner marry a boar than a countryman of the bloodthirsty brutes who killed her parents. And yet, despite—or perhaps because of—her valuable holdings, she is being dragged to Scotland to be wed against her will. To complicate the desperate situation, the knight hired to do the dragging is dark, wild, irresistible. And he, too, is intolerably Scottish.

Giric Armstrong, Earl of Terrick, takes no pleasure in escorting a feisty English lass to her betrothed. But he needs the coin to rebuild his castle, and his tenants need to eat. Yet the trip will not be the simple matter he imagined. For Lady Sarra isn’t the only one determined to see her engagement fail. Men with darker motives want to stop the wedding—even if they must kill the bride in the process.

Now, in close quarters with this beautiful English heiress, Terrick must fight his mounting desire, and somehow keep Sarra alive long enough to lose her forever to another man…

Title: An Oath Broken
Author: Diana Cosby
Series: The Oath Trilogy #2
Published by Lyrical Press
Source: Publisher
Published: June 23rd 2015
Genres: Historical Romace, Romance
Pages: 242 pages
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Stars: four-stars
Flames: three-half-flames
Lady Sarra has been summoned her Guardian, whose decided she will marry his son.  She is a wealthy heiress since her parents passed and doesn’t want to go to Scotland to see either of them.  She grows more angry when her escort comes with a group of men to accompany her on the trip.
Giric is saddled with the duty of escorting Lady Sarra to her Guardian and betrothed. He wouldn’t have taken the assignment except his castle is in disrepair and the coins gathered doing this will go a long way for repairs.

Once they start their journey, they are immediately under attack by another group of men that do not want Sarra to reach her betrothed.  Once she’s married, their union could help bankroll a politician that doesn’t seem to have the people of Scotland in his best interest.  The group decides to split up to spoil more attempts to take Lady Sarra. 

Once Sarra and Girlic are traveling alone. They are noticing each other like they hadn’t had the chance to before.  I wouldn’t say its an instant love type of romance but more of a slow sensual burn.  There are complications and revelations along the way.  What happens when they reach their destination??  Grab a copy and let Diana Cosby’s writing take you off to historical Scotland.  Her descriptions feel as if you are standing right there seeing it all first hand!  If you enjoy historical romances with some fun, sassiness, and adventure then you need to dive right in.  I think you will be very pleased you did!

Deb
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