Susanna Craig

#BookPromo | Rogues and Rebels Series by Susanna Craig #RoguesAndRebels @SusannaMCraig

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Hello Sunshines! I have the huge pleasure to be sharing this amazing series with you all, in the whole new Chicks, Rogues and Scandals; Book Promo Feature. The Rogues and Rebels Series by Susanna Craig, let me tell you a little about these gorgeous books!

Rogues & Rebels

When rebellious hearts go rogue, sparks will fly!

Each of the Rogues & Rebels books are currently on offer for $1.99 throughout March, don’t miss a chance to grab a bargain!

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The Companion’s Secret (Rogues & Rebels, Book 1)

Can England’s most dangerous rake be captured by a wild Irish rose?

They call him Lord Ash, for his desires burn hot and leave devastation in their wake. But Gabriel Finch, Marquess of Ashborough, knows the fortune he’s made at the card table won’t be enough to save his family estate. For that he needs a bride with a sterling reputation to distract from his tarnished past, a woman who’ll be proof against the fires of his dark passion. Fate deals him the perfect lady. So why can’t Gabriel keep his eyes from wandering to her outspoken, infuriatingly independent Irish cousin?

Camellia Burke came to London as her aunt’s companion, and she’s brought a secret with her: she’s written a scandalous novel. Now, her publisher demands that she make her fictional villain more realistic. Who better than the notorious Lord Ash as a model? Duty-bound to prevent her cousin from making a disastrous match, Cami never meant to gamble her own heart away. But when she’s called home, Ash follows. And though they’re surrounded by the flames of Rebellion, the sparks between them may be the most dangerous of all…

“A saucy, smart book with an all-encompassing love, The Companion’s Secret is spectacular.” -RT Book Reviews

“[kept] me reading late into the night.”  -The Romance Dish

“I wish I could give it more than five stars. It’ll stay with me for a long time. Absolute perfection.” -Caitlyn Lynch, Brutally Honest Reviews

“I recommend [The Companion’s Secret] most highly to lovers of a beautifully written historical romance.” -Roses are Blue

“…it’s going to be a scorcher of a series going by this first instalment.” -Chicks, Rogues and Scandals

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The Duke’s Suspicion (Rogues & Rebels, Book 2)

An English war hero must unlock the secrets of an Irish beauty’s heart…

Named for the heather in her native Ireland, botanist Erica Burke dreams of travel—somewhere she won’t be scorned for her scientific interests. Instead, a storm strands her with cool and commanding Major Tristan Laurens, the Duke of Raynham.

An unexpected heir, Tristan is torn between his duties as an intelligence officer and his responsibilities as a duke. A brief return to England to set his affairs in order is extended by bad weather and worse news—someone is after the military secrets he keeps. Could the culprit be his unconventional Irish guest? He needs to see her journal to be sure, and he’ll do what he must to get his hands on it . . . even indulge in a dangerous intimacy with a woman he has no business wanting.

Erica guards her journal as fiercely as she guards her heart, fearing to reveal a side of herself a man like Tristan could never understand. But though she makes Tristan’s task infernally difficult, falling in love may be all too easy . . .

“With gorgeous, contemplative phrasing, absorbing characters and a clever and unpredictable story line, The Duke’s Suspicion is a remarkable must-read.” -USA Today’s Happy Ever After

“one of my favorite heroines I’ve read this year”  – The Romance Dish

“Susanna Craig writes amazingly well-rounded characters in beautifully researched scenarios, and this book is no exception. Five stars for a story I didn’t want to end.” -Caitlyn Lynch, Brutally Honest Reviews

“another stunning, compelling, engaging and beautifully written book” -Chicks, Rogues and Scandals

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The Lady’s Deception (Rogues & Rebels, Book 3)

​​Can a runaway English bride find love with a haunted Irish rebel?

Paris Burke, Dublin’s most charismatic barrister, has enough on his mind without the worries of looking after his two youngest sisters. The aftermath of a failed rebellion weighs on his conscience, so when the young English gentlewoman with an unwavering gaze arrives, he asks far too few questions before hiring her on as governess. But her quick wit and mysterious past prove an unexpected temptation.

Rosamund Gorse knows she should not have let Mr. Burke think her the candidate from the employment bureau. But after her midnight escape from a brother bent on marrying her off to a scoundrel, honesty is a luxury she can no longer afford. With his clever mind and persuasive skill, Paris could soon have her spilling her secrets freely just to lift the sorrow from his face. And if words won’t work, perhaps kisses would be better?

Hiding under her brother’s nose, Rosamund knows she shouldn’t take risks. If Paris learns the truth, she might lose her freedom for good. But if she can learn to trust him with her heart, she might discover just the champion she desires . . .

I found myself eager to turn the page, no matter what else was going on in my life.” Meghan Lloyd, Lady with a Qui

an excellent addition to one of my favorite series” Caitlyn Lynch, Brutally Honest Review

Craig excels at creating complex characters with layers of emotion that are gradually revealed as their stories are told and drawing me into their thoughts and their journey.” PJ Ausdenmore, The Romance Dish

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About the Author

Almost as soon as she could hold a pencil, Susanna Craig began writing stories. Today, she pens award-winning Regency-era romance novels that blend history and heart with a dash of heat. An English professor, wife, and mom, she’s currently finding her happily ever after in Kentucky while holding onto her Midwestern roots.

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#Review The Dukes Suspicion (Rogues and Rebels #2) by Susanna Craig (@SusannaMCraig) #TheDukesSuspicion #RoguesAndRebels #Historical #Romance @lyricalpress

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An English war hero must unlock the secrets of an Irish beauty’s heart . . .

Named for the heather in her native Ireland, botanist Erica Burke dreams of travel—somewhere she won’t be scorned for her scientific interests. Instead, a storm strands her with cool and commanding Major Tristan Laurens, the Duke of Raynham.

An unexpected heir, Tristan is torn between his duties as an intelligence officer and his responsibilities as a duke. A brief return to England to set his affairs in order is extended by bad weather and worse news—someone is after the military secrets he keeps. Could the culprit be his unconventional Irish guest? He needs to see her journal to be sure, and he’ll do what he must to get his hands on it . . . even indulge in a dangerous intimacy with a woman he has no business wanting.
Erica guards her journal as fiercely as she guards her heart, fearing to reveal a side of herself a man like Tristan could never understand. But though she makes Tristan’s task infernally difficult, falling in love may be all too easy . . .

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I always get very excited whenever there is a new Susanna Craig book, and this beauty doesn’t not disappoint. Yet, again Ms Craig has created another stunning, compelling, engaging and beautifully written book. This is book two in the Rogues and Rebels series, the first was brilliant and this even more so. Craig again brings together two completely different individuals; this time it is a beautiful Irish botanist and a brooding military intelligence officer, which I can tell you make for a captivating love story.

While on her way with her sister and brother-in-law to their estate they stop at a coaching inn only for Erica to be accidentally left standing by the side of the road with nothing but her journal in hand. The only reason she went back into the inn in the first place was to retrieve her precious journal, which is full of pictures and notes for her work as a botanist. Once she realise that she has been left and as she can’t go back inside the inn due to her thumping one of it’s customers, she begins the long walk to her sisters estate. Can you see where this is going? Yep, the rain starts lashing down and when she comes across what she thinks is a deserted little cottage she rakes shelter, only to come face to face with another who is taking shelter in the cottage.

Major Tristan Laurens is on his way home to take on his responsibilities as he has just inherited the Dukedom of Raynham after the death of his father and brother in an accident, when he is caught in the sudden down pour he takes shelter in a cottage, only for an immensely beautiful woman to barge in. Tristan has been given the mission to seek out and bring to justice a spy who wanting to steal Military secrets. He has been informed that this spy will be carrying a journal, so obviously when he learns of Erica’s journal which she protects with her life he is instantly suspicious.

Because of his suspicions Tristen insists that he get to know the real Erica, which turns into some brilliant scenes between the two. What I particularly love about these two is that they have proper conversations, which is a little harder for Erica as she has a wild imagination, constant flurry of thoughts and ideas which move from one subject to another at the speed of light and that makes for some genuinely funny moments for her as she confuses herself and forgets her own train of thought – which is very easily done, believe me.

They are two wonderful individuals, at first I would never have put the two of them together as they are so different but they do find a common ground and the atmosphere crackles and sizzles around them, not just in sexual tension but in suspicion, in distrust and in confusion.

Tristan is a decent man, he is smart, loyal, deeply patriotic, brooding – who doesn’t love a brooding military man? 😉 he is a soldier first and foremost, he never wanted or expected to be the Duke, his life was set out for him but on the death of his father and brother he has no choice but to take on the responsibility and that is one thing that Tristan never does, he will always do his duty.

Intriguing, compelling, romantic, intelligent and fun, it has the best twisty story line that will keep you hooked and rapidly turning the pages. The writing is as ever brilliant, I love Ms Craig’s style she takes what is essentially a very tried and tested plot and takes it to a whole new level with her beautiful way with words and imagination. The story is an edge of your seat, romantic suspense at it’s best, it’s rich in detail with fabulous characters.

A brilliant second book in what is a fantastic series, and one that is highly recommended. Even though this is apart of a series you can very easily read it as a stand-a-lone. I would definitely read the first one though as there is a continuing story that is apart of the back ground of the Burke family.

This was an Arc from the author via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review, Thank you Susanna.

The Duke’s Suspicion is to be released on 18 December and can be pre-ordered at Amazon, and I say go and order now!

Review – The Companions Secret (Rogues and Rebels #1) by Susanna Craig

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In this tempestuous new series, rebellious hearts prove hard to tame—but can England’s most dangerous rake be captured by a wild Irish rose?

They call him Lord Ash, for his desires burn hot and leave devastation in their wake. But Gabriel Finch, Marquess of Ashborough, knows the fortune he’s made at the card table won’t be enough to save his family estate. For that he needs a bride with a sterling reputation to distract from his tarnished past, a woman who’ll be proof against the fires of his dark passion. Fate deals him the perfect lady. So why can’t Gabriel keep his eyes from wandering to her outspoken, infuriatingly independent Irish cousin?

Camellia Burke came to London as her aunt’s companion, and she’s brought a secret with her: she’s written a scandalous novel. Now, her publisher demands that she make her fictional villain more realistic. Who better than the notorious Lord Ash as a model? Duty-bound to prevent her cousin from making a disastrous match, Cami never meant to gamble her own heart away. But when she’s called home, Ash follows. And though they’re surrounded by the flames of Rebellion, the sparks between them may be the most dangerous of all…

This is book one in the new “Rogues and Rebels” series from Susanna Craig, and my goodness me, it’s going to be a scorcher of a series going by this first installment. It is an exciting, fast paced story an highly enjoyable a thrilling romp through a dangerous time.

Camellia Burke has left her Irish home and gone to live with her aunt in London to take on the role as companion, unbeknown to everyone she isn’t just a spare relative who is taken in to become what is little more than a servant; she is a budding writer. When she gets a reply from a London publisher – which is the main reason she took up her aunt’s offer to be her companion, to be nearer to publishers – who is interested in her book, but he isn’t happy about her villain. Her publisher claims that her character isn’t real enough, so she re-works her villain altogether and takes inspiration from the most notorious man in London; Lord Ash!

Gabriel; Marquis of Ashborough (or Ash) is a notorious scoundrel, a rake is on the hunt for the one thing that he never in his life thought he would need; a wife! But not just any wife, he needs a woman of standing, he needs a sterling reputation that will counteract his own blackened one. He knows that because of his tarnished reputation he will never win a wife the old-fashioned way because no one will want to associate themselves with him; a notorious scoundrel. So, with a little blackmail he sets out to marry a woman who is perfect for his requirement’s.

Felicity isn’t strong enough to handle rakish Ash, she came across to me as a weeping dormouse. Whenever he is around, Felicity is a quivering wallflower instead of the Lady she should be, the girl needs a bit of gumption. I think beneath that, with the right man and away from her bossy mother she will transform into a real catch.

As much as Ash tries to move forward with his plan, he can’t stop his being intrigued by Felicity’s cousin; Camellia. She is so different from her cousin, she is an enigma to him and he can’t get enough of her. Ash is a great character, he is a seductive rake, a scoundrel with no morels. Sexually charged he always appears so alive, he has been treated very harshly by the aristocracy because of what happened in his past – the reason why people call him Ash is because they say he has the ability to burn everything he touches, which just shows how back stabbing society is. They are very hurtful towards him.

Ash is a such an interesting character he does at first appear to be the ultimate rake, but the way he is with his best friend and how protective he is towards Cami – even after he finds out her dark secret, he stands by her willing to go wherever she is willing to take him. They are a fun and fascinating couple, at first glance at wouldn’t have put these two together they seem so different. They are both highly passionate people, they have intriguing and intelligent minds and their individual characters do bounce off each other and create this feisty and sexy double act that at the end of the book you know that they were made for each other. They are both attracted to each other but do she doesn’t trust him she has secrets that if found out could lead to danger and scandal for both sides of her family.

Budding author Cami is bold and very sure of herself, she is an intriguing character she has a keen interest in politics – which for the day was very unheard of and as the story unfolds we find out that there is a very good reason and very personal reason for that. She speaks her mind when able to do so and she loves her family dearly, I really like how family focussed she is and that is an integral part of the story.

I like how Craig worked their story, I completely changed my thoughts on them as a couple as the story went along. From thinking that surely these two aren’t compatible to these two are perfect! That takes real skill as a writer to be able to create such dynamic and lovable character’s that draw your attention.

This is very highly recommended and a new series to watch for all historical romance fans.

The Companions Secret is available now and can be purchased from Amazon.

This was an ARC copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

A Chat With…Author Susanna Craig

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I am very pleased to be chatting with Best Selling Author and lovely lady Susanna Craig, so sit back and let’s get to know about more about Susanna…

A love affair with historical romances led Susanna Craig to a degree (okay, three degrees) in literature and a career as an English professor. When she’s not teaching or writing academic essays about Jane Austen and her contemporaries, she enjoys putting her fascination with words and knowledge of the period to better use: writing Regency-era romances she hopes readers will find both smart and sexy. She makes her home among the rolling hills of Kentucky horse country, along with her historian husband, their unstoppable little girl, and a genuinely grumpy cat.

Reading Chick: Hi Susanna, Welcome to Chicks, Rogues and Scandals! Thank you for taking the time to chat with me today, Firstly what five word’s would you use to describe yourself?

Susanna: Private (or introverted, reserved…choose your synonym. Not “shy,” though!). Smart. Organized. Determined. Sarcastic (for better or worse).

Reading Chick: If you could live in any era and place, When and where would it be? And Why?

Susanna: The temptation is to say Regency England, because I am curious about what life was really like there and then. Experiencing it would be very different from researching and reading about it. But since I’m also a fan of modern technology, hygiene, medicine, and so on, I’m happy to stay in the 21st century.

Reading Chick: I don’t blame you, Who was your childhood hero?

Susanna: You know, I had to write an essay on this in high school, and I couldn’t do it then, either! I don’t know why this topic is such a challenge for me. I certainly admire many people. As a kid, I looked up to my parents a lot, and now that I’m a parent, I appreciate even more the sacrifices they made and the values they tried to instill in me. I was inspired to become a teacher because of some of the excellent teachers I had. I suppose like every girl in the 1970s, I wanted to grow up to be some combination of Dorothy Hammill and Wonder Woman!

Reading Chick: What an interesting take on my question. What is your favourite time of the year?

Susanna: This is surely influenced by the fact that I’m a professor, but autumn is definitely my favorite season. It’s the real start of the “new year” for me, and I love feeling that everything is fresh and anything is possible for me and my students. I enjoy the changing leaves and the cooler weather, too; I’d much rather be wearing a sweater and boots!

Reading Chick: Out of all your work, who is your favourite character and why?

Susanna: Probably Tempest from To Tempt an Heiress, because she was a lot of fun to write. She has so much energy and passion—she doesn’t doubt herself, just charges ahead and does what has to be done. But she might be a little exhausting to hang out with! I also have a real soft spot for Edward, the hero of To Seduce a Stranger; he’s the character who holds the Runaway Desires series together in my mind, and he’s kind, honorable, hard-working…basically all the things we need our real-life heroes to be.

Reading Chick: Where doe’s your inspiration for your books come from?

Susanna: Mostly, I’m inspired by my reading, especially novels from the period in which my books are set (the later eighteenth century). So far, I’ve managed to sneak in a little Austen reference in each book. But I certainly draw on my own experiences as well; the little girl, Clarissa, in To Kiss a Thief, is modelled after my daughter, and the heroine of my work in progress, The Companion’s Secret, is a novelist. And sometimes inspiration comes from unexpected places. The opening scene of To Kiss a Thief actually was a dream—I jotted down notes as soon as I woke up and then scurried to come up with a story to match.

Reading Chick: What three tip’s would you pass on to an aspiring author?

Susanna: Write a lot. Don’t worry if it’s crap. It’s the only way you’ll get better.
Listen to advice, but trust your gut. It’s your book, after all.
Believe in yourself—if you don’t, no one else will.

Reading Chick: If you were hosting a dinner party what three people would you invite? (They can be real/fictional, dead or alive)

Susanna: Oooh…so much pressure! Would I have to come up with thought-provoking questions to get the conversation started? Would I have to cook??
I would love to meet Jane Austen…if it could be the sharp-tongued, witty Austen who reveals herself in her letters and books. I suspect she’d be reserved in person, though. I’d probably have to invite her sister Cassandra along too and just eavesdrop on the conversation.
Most of all, I’d like to be able to bring my dad back for a day, so he could meet his granddaughter and I could tell him about these books I wrote.

Reading Chick: Awww! That is so lovely! Thank you Susanna for taking the time out of your busy schedule to chat with me today, I have just one more cheeky question, just for fun . . . What is your all-time favourite naughty but nice food?

Susanna: Chocolate ice cream!

Oh yummy! Thank you Susanna.

Susanna’s new book To Seduce A Stranger is released on 11th April, Susanna loves hearing from her readers so why check out the links below.

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 After her much older husband dies—leaving her his fortune—Charlotte Blakemore finds herself at the mercy of her stepson, who vows to contest the will and destroy her life. With nowhere to turn and no one to help her, she embarks on an elaborate ruse—only to find herself stranded on the way to London. . .

More than twenty years in the West Indies have hardened Edward Cary, but not enough to abandon a helpless woman at a roadside inn—especially one as disarmingly beautiful as Charlotte. He takes her with him to the Gloucestershire estate he is determined to restore, though he is suspicious of every word that falls from her distractingly lush lips.

As far as Charlotte knows, Edward is nothing more than a steward, and there’s no reason to reveal his noble birth until he can right his father’s wrongs. Acting as husband and wife will keep people in the village from asking questions that neither Charlotte nor Edward are willing to answer. But the game they’re each determined to play has rules that beg to broken, when the passion between them threatens to uncover the truth—for better or worse. . .

Review ~ To Seduce a Stranger (Runaway Desires Book 3) by Susanna Craig

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Desire waylays the plans of a man with a mysterious past and a woman with an uncertain future, in Susanna Craig’s unforgettable series set in Georgian England.

After her much older husband dies—leaving her his fortune—Charlotte Blakemore finds herself at the mercy of her stepson, who vows to contest the will and destroy her life. With nowhere to turn and no one to help her, she embarks on an elaborate ruse—only to find herself stranded on the way to London. . .

More than twenty years in the West Indies have hardened Edward Cary, but not enough to abandon a helpless woman at a roadside inn—especially one as disarmingly beautiful as Charlotte. He takes her with him to the Gloucestershire estate he is determined to restore, though he is suspicious of every word that falls from her distractingly lush lips.

As far as Charlotte knows, Edward is nothing more than a steward, and there’s no reason to reveal his noble birth until he can right his father’s wrongs. Acting as husband and wife will keep people in the village from asking questions that neither Charlotte nor Edward are willing to answer. But the game they’re each determined to play has rules that beg to broken, when the passion between them threatens to uncover the truth—for better or worse. . .

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Edward Cary ran away from home at the tender age of nine with the idea that if he left then his dear mother would be protected from his abusive father. He set sail and for the next twenty years he circled the globe until finally he returns to the very place he thought never to see again. Only to find that his leaving g didn’t protect his beloved mother. He returns to his run down ancestral home under the alias of a land steward. He doesn’t want to reveal his true identity until he absolutely as to. At a road side inn, Edward comes across beautiful maid Charlotte. Edward has me stumped been one to be able to not come to the aid of a damsel in distress and he is undoubtedly drawn towards this French lady who is far more than she likes to let people believe. But by wanting to know her secrets could very well expose his own hidden past.

Charlotte Blackmore is stuck between a rock and a hard place, her elderly husband has recently died leaving all of his assets to Charlotte, but that is where her trouble starts, her much older step son is enraged that his father could do such a thing to him that his doddery old dad could give his inheritance to a girl and not just a girl but a gold digging foreigner. So he sets about trying g to contest the will. And Charlotte knows that if her step son ever find out about her deepest secret then she could very well be left with nothing, so she does the only thing g she can. She runs.

“I made a terrible mistake once where you were concerned, Charlotte,” he said as she returned to her seat. Her strength and her bravery awed him. “When I met you here, I assumed you needed to be saved. I swooped in, as if you were a damsel in distress and I fancied myself your knight in shining armor.”

Charlotte, trades places with her maid to try to escape from who ever is following her and just by a stroke of good luck she quite literally bumps into the handsome land steward. Who after rescuing her takes her in under his protection. But yet another problem then arises. How do they explain what their relationship is to others? Simple they play the part of newly weds.

I really like To Seduce a Stranger, the plot is one that has been done many times before, but this is classy! Susanna has taken a well used plot and made it into a new and loving tale of Romance and intrigue. The relationship between Edward and Charlotte sizzles right from their first meeting, he knows that she is hiding something but yet he is drawn to her exotic looks and mysterious air, she is so unlike any other woman that he has met before and as much as he tries to keep his distance, to protect himself, her gaelic charm soon wears him down.

Edward is as reluctant as they come to announce who he is, he is more than happy to go on as he is but he knows that now he is back on English soil he will eventually have to face his demons. Edward is a great character, you know deep down that he is a bit of a recluse but he has that old aristocratic duty running through his veins and he isn’t one to let is responsibilities lapse. He is fiercely protective of those he loves, he is a good, kind and undeniably a hard-working man who on seeing injustice goes above and beyond to correct it.There is some really loving and touching moments between him and Charlotte, I especially like when they paddle in the stream and he tells her to keep still so the minors can nibble her toes – you have to read it!

“And was she . . . amused?”

Charlotte managed a weak smile. “Not enough.”

He wished, suddenly, for some bit of magic that would wash the hurt of a joyless childhood from her eyes.

“If you stand perfectly still, the minnows will nibble at your toes.”

She shot him one wide-eyed glance before inching her dripping skirts high enough that she could see her feet.

“Really? Oh, there’s one. And—oh— another, and . . . Oh!” Her chin lifted as she looked back at him. “It tickles.”

He nodded encouragingly and watched as she wiggled her toes experimentally, trying to coax the tiny fish.

Charlotte is equally fascinating, even though I feel very sorry for her, she is pushed into a marriage with a man old enough to be her grandfather; but who turned out to be a genuinely decent man. Within weeks she is a young widow, threatened by her stepson over her inheritance. She is a sad, lonely young woman who, being half French and not entirely trusted she hasn’t any friends to turn to in her moment of need. Meeting Edward she has finally found the opportunity to be herself – even if she is lying about her identity. She is actually really good for Edward she brings him out of himself and makes him view life without his cynical tinted glasses on, and vise-versa.

They are an adorable couple, at first living under an illusion and then that illusion turns into something else. I love how Edward gets very angry when people shorten their names, how he insists that they use the name they were given, it might seem a bit random, but you have to read it to understand where I am coming from.

To Seduce A Stranger is a delightful read, it is a thoroughly enjoyable story of love, secrets and lies. Characters that are entertaining and highly likable – not to mention devilishly handsome! But apart from that this is a solid Historical Romance, Craig is a confident writer in field, her love for the genre just shines through and she is an author that I am looking forward to reading more of.

This was a complementary copy from the author in exchange for an honest review.

To Seduce A Stranger is released on 11th April and you can get it on Amazon, to find further information check out Susanna’s Website.