Wednesday, 3 April 2013

#325 (#43 of 2013) - Wild Justice (Beaumont Brides) ~ Liz Fielding *NEW AUTHOR

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Betrayed by a lover, her career in ruins, Fizz Beaumont devotes all her energy to restoring Broomhill Bay pier, using the old theatre as the home for the radio station that is her life.

The arrival of tycoon Luke Devlin, who has taken over her major sponsor, threatens not just her radio station but -- as he offers her a lesson in passion which promises to set the skies ablaze -- everything she holds dear.

Product Details:

I snagged it as a freebie Kindle download last month, and at the time of writing this post it is still listed as free HERE.  Obviously if you are reading this retrospectively I can't guarantee that it still is.

481 pages.

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As hero's go I really disliked Luke for about 2 thirds of the book.  He came across as a psychopathic jerk, whilst poor Fiz as very much the victim.

His aim revenge served very cold, deadly almost and her aim to remain invisible and just get on with the everyday business of running her radio station and protecting her battered heart.

Very well written, especially as the hero did a complete 180 turn and became the love of her life at the end.

If it had not been for the fact that I've been challenging myself to read as many Kindle freebies as possible this year .... thus extending my reading range .... I would probably never have chosen this one.  Liz Fielding is definitely one to read again, and I will probably get the remainder of the Beaumont Brides series.



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