Game of Hearts

A huge thank you to Amy at Head of Zeus for my copy of this gem.

Thrilling Regency romance, set in a Bridgerton-style world.

1817 Cornwall and London

Heir to an aristocratic family scorched by scandal and scarred by war, the Earl of Lamorna (known to friends as Crow) is as dangerous as he is self-destructive. As a spy, he treads a fine line between loyalty and treachery, with a haunting secret in his past that threatens to destroy not only Crow himself, but those he loves. It’s only going to take a single spark to set his world aflame. So when Crow’s wild and impetuous young brother catches him in flagrante with their widowed stepmother, a lethal chain of events is set in motion.

Heiress Hester Harewood has problems of her own, on the run from the men who shot her father. The last thing she needs is to get involved with a complicated aristocrat, even if he does offer her his unconditional protection. But who is more dangerous? Those she is running from? Or Crow himself: charismatic, unpredictable, and yet with the capacity for such tenderness that Hester’s heart is in just as much danger as her life.

Game of Hearts was previously published as False Lightsby K.J. Whittaker and on Kindle as Hester and Crow by Katy Moran.

My Bookish Thoughts

Move over Brigerton, Moran has an absolute gem with this book. I have been completely pulled in and unwilling to put this one down.

This is a thrilling abs exciting read from the very first pages. Moran has pulled me in and kept me hostage for the entire book.

This is unique and original. This is completely unlike anything I’ve read previously. Although part of a series this reads perfectly as a standalone book.

I cannot wait to delve into the next book. This is a book I will definitely be recommending to others.

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