#BookReview: Gone Dutch by Louise Murchie

I became a fan of Louise Murchie when I read her Tango Down Duology earlier this year, so I decided to start on the Gone Dutch trilogy. While they weren’t quite to my taste, I am enjoying them so far. See my review for book 1 below.

My Review

A widow finds love for a second time when she least expects it, and changes her whole life for the man she loves. There is long-distance romance, steamy sex scenes, description of normal family life, and some luxury lifestyle elements for good measure.

I will say that the book could have used a little more editing and some of the writing is clumsy, but that doesn’t detract from the overall story. It had me wanting to read more, unable to put down my Kindle, and I spent a whole morning on holiday reading until I had finished the book because I needed to.

A lovely holiday read!

About the Book

She couldn’t save him from the attack, but is that important when love comes calling again?

Injured and hospitalised at his best friend’s wedding, Harek wonders if love is even possible, or if its something he should just forget about.The feisty widow beauty who saved him from the attack pulls at his thoughts, but can they defeat the odds that seem to be stacked against him?

Buy the Gone Dutch trilogy now.

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2 Responses to #BookReview: Gone Dutch by Louise Murchie

  1. Damyanti Biswas says:

    Thank you for that wonderful review 🙂

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