Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Review: Lady Phillipa's Peril by Katy Walters

Travelling to her fiancés estate for her forthcoming marriage, Lady Phillipa Frencham counts herself as the happiest of young women. She is to wed Lord Hector Thurston, Baron of West Mead. The only bane in her life is her treacherous brother-in-law to be, Lord Demetrius who takes every opportunity to seduce her. How can she tell Hector of his brother’s ardour for her? To do so could result in a duel and ruin the wedding, even tear the family apart. However, she is unaware that Hector too may not be all he seems; and who is the new comer, the charming Lady Amaryllis Wilbraham?
On her arrival at the Manor, Phillipa receives a threatening note, ‘Marry at Your Peril’ which Hector casually dismisses as a poor joke. Enter the Duke of Denfordshire, who immediately enchanted with Phillipa, is determined to make her his own. Phillipa in turn fights with her heart, and her conscience, as danger besets her from all sides.
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My Review

Lady Phillipa is the third book in the series, you can read all apart but I advise to simply read them all, because they are fun to read and Katy writes great and takes you back in history.
Lady Phillipa feels so happy she is on her way to her fiancee's estate to get married.
Before the ship off to Belgium to fight in a war against Napoleon.
When she gets into her room she finds a threatening letter, she shows it to Hector, ho takes it seriously and shows it to the police.

When Phillipa's best friend Venetia arrives all kinds of thing happen, Will Pipa deal with her horrible brother in law that touches her any moment he can, will she stay safe after the threat. 
When her parents arrive, her mother feels something is wrong, Will it go well? Will there be a wedding? Do Phillipa and Hector love each other enough? You ill find answers to those questions when you read this book and fall I love with the characters and Katy's book(s) I know I did.

1 comment:

  1. Hi Niki, Thank you so much for such a wonderful review. I am delighted you enjoyed Phillipa's story. It has made my day as I write my new book that features Venetia
    Best wishes,

    Katy Walters