Tuesday, November 8, 2016

Review: Nancy Campbell Allen's From Cairo, With Love

Book Description:

From the publisher of the USA TODAY bestselling & #1 Amazon bestselling Timeless Romance Anthology series in Clean & Wholesome Romance, comes the Timeless Romance Singles line.

FROM CAIRO, WITH LOVE: A brand new historical romance novella from bestselling author Nancy Campbell Allen.

Valentine Baker longs for adventure, so when the opportunity comes to travel to Venice and be a companion for the unconventional Contessa, she takes it--but they don’t stay in Venice long. Valentine finds herself on a ship bound for Cairo so the Contessa can hunt down a thief at one of her archeological digs there. Before they ever get close to the coast of Egypt, however, the ship is threatened by a violent storm and someone has an ulterior motive for sticking close to the Contessa and her traveling companions.

Mr. Maxwell is assigned to protect the Contessa and the charming Valentine. He tries to keep his distance, but her warm nature and easy laugh draw him in. He soon comes to cherish their time together, until someone attempts to drug him, and the aftermath reveals serious consequences for Valentine. He’ll do anything to keep her safe and her reputation intact, yet with treachery on board and his heart at stake, Mr. Maxwell must make a choice that will change his life forever. Can he win the woman of his dreams or will whoever wants to hurt them get close enough to take away his one chance for love?

My Review:

I thoroughly enjoyed Nancy Campbell Allen's From Cairo, With Love! This author has quickly become one of my favorite, and her latest novella didn't disappoint! While I enjoyed the story from the start--seeing things for the first time through Valentine's eyes--from the time the ship ran into the storm about at the midpoint of the story or sooner, I couldn't put it down. Spunky, fresh characters who surprised and intrigued me, and an exotic locale made reading this novella a joy!

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From Cairo, With Love

by Nancy Campbell Allen