Blog Tour Review & Giveaway: Miss Burton Unmasks a Prince by Jennifer Moore


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Miss Burton Unmasks a PrinceMiss Burton Unmasks a Prince
by Jennifer Moore
Historical Romance
Paperback & ebook, 208 Pages
April 1st 2015 by Covenant Communications

Summary

1812

Southern belle Meg Burton is her parents’ last hope of avoiding financial ruin, and a distant cousin’s kind gesture seems an ideal solution: he will sponsor Meg for a London Season. The pursuit of a wealthy husband was not exactly how the bookish young woman had envisioned her first trip abroad—after all, what does a girl from Charleston, South Carolina, know about being a lady? Amidst the stunning gowns and extravagant balls of the ton, Meg feels like an imposter. Thankfully, she has one friend who knows her true self—Carlo, a handsome stable hand. Despite their difference in station, love blossoms between the unlikely pair, and Meg is sure of one thing: she wants nothing to do with the insufferable European aristocracy.

Prince Rodrigo de Talavera has lost everything to Napoleon. Jaded by war, he has become bitter and miserable—until he meets Meg, an American woman whose eccentric schemes and passion for life remind him what it is to laugh and to love. If only she knew him for himself and not as Carlo the stable hand. With the shadow of deception looming over their happy acquaintance and the dangers of war drawing ever more near, can Meg and Rodrigo find the courage to put aside their pretenses and discover if they can be loved as they truly are?

 

My Review

I loved reading Miss Burton Unmasks a Prince! I loved the plot and the characters having two vastly different backgrounds. There was wit and banter, a little intrigue, a heroine trying to find her future, and a prince trying to hide who he is.

It was nice getting to see a couple of the characters from the author's previous book and to spend some time immersed in the England countryside. I loved the opening chapters that set the pace and the feel for the rest of the story, where Meg feels her hopes and dreams dashed because she has been sent to find a wealthy husband to save her family. I felt for her and the unfairness of it all. She runs into the prince fairly early on and I loved their first meeting where there were no pretenses. They were just themselves. Then you have for Rodrigo's and Meg's family members involved in what they think and do and their expectations.

I really loved Meg. She was easily persuaded in the beginning and in other parts, but she eventually gets some help and develops more of a backbone. She comes through for Rodrigo just as he comes through for her in so many ways. I loved their friendship and how their attraction builds. It worked for me and it was intense while also being sweet. I also loved Rodrigo and his loyalty and how protective he was of Meg. I loved his sister as well.

I would highly recommend Miss Burton Unmasks a Prince to those who enjoy reading historical romance that is sweet, humorous, climatic, and has a little bit of danger. It was a thoroughly entertaining read and left me with that wonderful happily-ever-after feeling in the end.

Content: Clean

Source: I would like to thank the publisher, Covenant Communications, for my complimentary copy, which did not affect my review in any way.

About the Author
Jenny Moore
Jennifer Moore is a Passionate reader and writer of all things romance, helping her find balance with the rest of her world, which includes a perpetually traveling husband and four active sons, who create heaps of laundry that are anything but romantic. Jennifer has a BA in linguistics from the University of Utah and is a Guitar Hero champion. She lives in northern Utah with her family. The author’s first book, Becoming Lady Lockwood, is a regency romance centered on the British navy during the Napoleonic Wars of the early 1800s.


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12 comments

  1. I need to read this one! I'm so glad that you liked it. :)

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  2. It's nice to find a book that sounds mega good and fits one of my blog yearly challenges! I am uber excited for this it sounds pretty awesome, and I have not been into historical romance at all this year. I love that the main character is bookish and falls in love with a man she believes is a stable hand. That's definitely a twist on a regency romance. Great review!

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  3. Julia Damatto4/8/15, 2:07 PM

    I love the cover!! I highly enjoyed your review.

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  4. I really, really did. I think you definitely would too.

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  5. It was a great twist and I thoroughly enjoyed it. I hope you do too, Sarah!

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  6. Thanks, Julia! I hope you enjoy it if you get your hands on a copy.

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  7. Sounds fantastic!!!! My kind of book! Great review!

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  8. I think you'd definitely like this one. :)

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  9. I enjoyed this one, even though the main character's voice was slightly immature. It made me notice that it was geared towards a young adult audience.

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  10. Yes! Another historical romance :) I'm so glad you liked this one! The premise caught and your review convinced me. There are so many I have to read, but I really like the sound of this one.

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  11. It was geared more towards YA. It was almost a coming of age story, really. Glad you liked it too. :)

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  12. I think you'd really like this one. I definitely enjoyed it. :D

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