A Reader's Opinion: THE RAKE'S IRISH LADY by Barbara Monajem


THE BOOK

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A READER'S OPINION

The Rake's Irish Lady is a story filled with beautiful passion, emotion, and history. This is an unusual tale set during the Georgian era of a half-Irish widow, Bridget O'Shaughnessy, who had a child out of wedlock, and Colin Warren, a rake who is not quite what he seems. In order to avoid marriage to a man who threatens to take the child away, Bridget seeks out the girl's true father, desperate to save her future.

Bridget behaves more like a modern woman, but she's strong and interesting, while Colin is everything I find charming in a historical hero . . . mostly. He doesn't make things easy for Bridget and at times behaves rather badly, but redeems himself in the end. Martin is one of those "villains" who isn't likeable but earns some sympathy by the end of the book. Sylvie is a precocious child who I sometimes wanted to send to her room and other times found amusing. The Rake's Irish Lady is the first book I've read by Barbara Monajem and I found it delightful and cleverly written.

Star Rating: 4 Stars | Content Rating: 4 1/2 Hearts | Reviewed by: Kaylie

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BOOK SYNOPSIS

ONE WILD NIGHT . . . Widowed and lonely, Bridget O’Shaughnessy Black indulges herself in a night of pleasure. After all, she's in disguise. And the baby girl? An unexpected blessing...until an old flame claims the child as his own to force Bridget to marry him. ONE DETERMINED LADY. . . Many women pursued Colin Warren, but only one climbed in his bedchamber window. When Bridget does it for the second time, she needs his help. Colin is unfit to be a parent, and yet he has no choice but to acknowledge the little girl. RISKING EVERYTHING FOR LOVE Together they must solve the mystery of the old flame’s intentions—but can they reconcile their divided loyalties—Irish and English—through the power of love?

Print Length: 236 pages

Publisher: Soul Mate Publishing

Publication Date: December 30, 2015

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