Review: Heartbreaker

Sarah MacLean does it again! I loved Adelaide and Henry’s story. Adelaide comes from the wrong side of the tracks and is just posing as one of the ton. She had to be silent and stealthy growing up so as not to attract unwanted attention. This serves her well in her work as one of the Hell’s Belles. When she crosses paths with Henry, however, everything changes and Adelaide isn’t sure she’s ready to step into the light. Henry has isn’t going to let anything stand in his way … but he’s never tangled with a woman like this.

Ahhh! This is one of those books that you want to race to the end of, but you also never want to end. Adelaide is amazing, strong and sure of herself, but also completely a mess when it comes to matters of the heart. She and Henry will break your heart and then sew it right back up.

 

ABOUT THE BOOK

A Princess of Thieves

Raised among London’s most notorious criminals, a twist of fate landed Adelaide Frampton in the bright ballrooms of Mayfair, where she masquerades as a quiet wallflower—so plain and unassuming that no one realizes she’s the Matchbreaker…using her superior skills as a thief to help brides avoid the altar.

A King of Reputation

Henry, Duke of Clayborn, has spent a lifetime living in perfection. He has no time for the salacious gossip that arises every time the Matchbreaker ends another groom. His own reputation is impeccable—and the last thing he needs is a frustrating, fascinating woman discovering the truth of his past, or the secrets he holds close.

A Royal Match

When the two find themselves on a breakneck journey across Britain to stop a wedding, it’s impossible for Clayborn to resist this woman who both frustrates and fascinates him. But late-night carriage rides make for delicious danger…and soon Adelaide is uncovering Clayborn’s truths, throwing his well-laid plans into chaos…and threatening to steal his heavily guarded heart.

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