Book Tour & Review: My Hellion, My Heart by Amalie Howard and Angie Morgan

He fought battles for crown and country. She waged war for his heart.

Lords of Essex #3
Amalie Howard & Angie Morgan
Releasing July 24, 2017
Entangled Select Historical

He fought battles for crown and
country. She waged war for his heart.

Lord Henry
Radcliffe, the scarred but sinfully sexy Earl of Langlevit, is a beast. The
only way Henry can exorcise the demons of his war-ravaged past is through
intense physicality. In and out of bed. An endeavor that has no shortage of
willing participants.

Intent on
scandalizing London, Princess Irina Volkonsky is a hellion and every
gentleman’s deepest desire…except for one. Irina knows better than to provoke
the wickedly forbidding earl, but she will stop at nothing short of ruination
to win the heart of the only man she’s ever loved.
But when
one scandalous kiss makes dangerous passions ignite, neither of them can fight
their sizzling attraction. When a sinister plot emerges to threaten them both,
they will have to fight one last battle, this time for the ultimate

Princess Irina Volkonsky is beautiful, rich, and titled, which means she should have no problem snagging a husband, right? I mean, those are the only things needed according to the ton, so the question remains, why is she still single?
Because she’s turned down all offers. So many, in fact, that her rigidity has garnered her some very cold nicknames. It’s not that she feels she’s above everyone else, which she could claim since she’s a princess. She’s more down-to-earth than that, which made me love and root for her even more. Irina has refused to wed because the one and only man she wants doesn’t return her affection. So she believes, and so he says. But what fun with this novel be if there wasn’t a little untruth in there somewhere? Let’s evaluate that shall we?
Lord Henry Radcliffe has many secrets. The war has left him bruised in many ways, and he’s gotten good at hiding his scars. He doesn’t allow himself to get close to anyone,- other than physically, that is-, and despite his almost obsession with Irina, he refuses to go there. She was previously his ward. For goodness sakes, she’s just a child. Or at least she was when he first met her. Not so much so now that they’ve reunited. She’s nineteen – marriageable age. But his other secret still makes her off limits. The war changed him, and he’s afraid if she finds out what he’d been through, she’d be disgusted. He’d rather have her as a friend than not have her at all.
Irina is having none of that “just friends” business, though. She’s definitely refreshing with her hellion ways – so fun, so forthcoming, so unwilling to adhere to all matters of propriety. What a princess, and what a danger to Henry’s plan to stay unattached. She goes where he goes – well, they travel in the same circles, and all – and she doesn’t hesitate to show – or tell – how she feels. Henry’s will is breaking in the face of her charms, and what fun they have discovering each other and all that’s changed.
Now, my absolute favorite romances are historical and suspense (No offense to any other romance subgenre. You’re all my babies.), but how my heart thumps when the two are combined. Historical romantic suspense. I ate this one up. Delicious!
There’s so much more I want to say, but I don’t want to ruin it. All I know is I got one helluva a surprise. Talk about a twist and turn – I damn near fell off the bed. The smoothness of it all nearly floored me (pun intended 😉 ) Now that’s what I call some outstanding writing.
Such original characters and vivid descriptions. I’m totally invested in this series.
Kudos to Howard and Morgan!!!

Rating system: Cups of Coffee (the less the better)

0: You won’t need any coffee to stay up for this one. It’s intriguing enough all on its own.
1: You’ll stay up late, but not all night. Brew one cup.
2: You’ll read as long as you’re not tired. If you are, two cups should do the trick.
3: I hope you got plenty of rest; you’ll need it, or at least 3 cups.
4: If the cable goes out, read the book. It’s better than nothing, I guess. Oh, don’t forget your brew!
5: Find anything else to do- it doesn’t matter what it is. Don’t waste your coffee. Too much caffeine is bad for you.

My rating: 0 cups of coffee

s love
of romance developed after she started pilfering her grandmother’s novels in
high school when she should have been studying. She has no regrets. A #1 Amazon
bestseller and a national IPPY silver medalist, she is the author of My
Rogue, My Ruin
, the first in the Lords of Essex historical romance series,
as well as several award-winning young adult novels critically acclaimed by
Kirkus, Publishers Weekly, VOYA, School Library Journal, and Booklist,
including WaterfellThe Almost Girl, and Alpha
, a Kid’s IndieNext pick. She currently resides in Colorado with her
husband and three children. Visit her 
 for the latest news and information.

in New Hampshire with her husband, their three daughters, a menagerie of pets,
and an extensive collection of paperback romance novels. She’s the author of MY
ROGUE, MY RUIN, the first book in the Lords of Essex historical romance series,
as well as several young adult books, including The Dispossessed series written
under the name Page Morgan. Critically acclaimed by Booklist, Publisher’s
Weekly, Kirkus, School Library Journal, VOYA, and The Bulletin, Angie’s novels
have been an IndieNext selection, a Seventeen Magazine Summer
Book Club Read, and a #1 Amazon bestseller. Visit her 
 for the latest news and information

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