The Hathaways #2 Forfør mig ved Solnedgang
Title: Seduce me at Sunrise
Series: The Hathaways #2
Author: Lisa Kleypas
Published in English: 2008
Dansk titel: Forfør mig ved Solnedgang
Dansk Udgivelsesår: 2018
Forlag: Pretty Ink
Finished Reading: Februar 2019
Genre: Historical Fiction & Romance
This is my personal review without spoilers of the actual plot.
Kev Merripen has longed for the beautiful, well-bred Winnifred Hathaway ever since her family rescued him from the brink of death when he was just a boy. But this handsome Gypsy is a man of mysterious origins—and he fears that the darkness of his past could crush delicate, luminous Win. So Kev refuses to submit to temptation… and before long Win is torn from him by a devastating twist of fate.
Can she remember the man he once was?
Then, Win returns to England… only to find that Kev has hardened into a man who will deny love at all costs. Meantime, an attractive, seductive suitor has set his sights on Win. It’s now or never for Kev to make his move. But first, he must confront a dangerous secret about his destiny—or risk losing the only woman he has lived for.
Another amazing book from Lisa Kleypas. The level of professionalism is beyond my belief. This is my seventh book I’ve read from her and not one of them has disappointed me the slightest. I like how we still revisit other couples even though they aren’t in focus in the current book.
Oh, my God that Kev Merripen has to be the most stubborn character I’ve ever had the pleasure of reading about ever. His attitude drove me nearly mad and his low self-esteem had me annoyed to death. I felt sorry for our main character Winnifred aka Win. She was such a lovely heroine and I liked the change we got to see in her throughout the development of the story.
I felt nostalgic that we revisited Annabelle and Simon Hunt – I remembered the first time I sat down with one of her books and instant fell in love with the magic of the characters and story. This nice installment touches my very soul. The series wouldn’t have been the same without the magical ending to Kev and Win’s turbulent relationship.
I like how similar yet different all the books are. And I would definitely recommend this to anyone whom likes a good story with strong solid characters and a really interesting plot to support.