A Warriner to Tempt Her written by Virginia Heath, publisher Mills & Boon Historical, is available NOW in ebook and paperback format.
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A shy innocent
She’s wary of all men.
In this The Wild Warriners story, shy Lady Isabella Beaumont is perfectly happy to stay in the background and let her sister get all the attention from handsome suitors following a shocking incident. However working with Dr Joseph Warriner to help the sick and needy pushes her closer to a man than she’s ever been before. Is this a man worth trusting with her deepest of desires…?
I am so pleased to be involved in the blogtour celebrating and promoting the launch of Virginia Heath’s latest novel: A Warriner to Tempt Her. I’m a huge fan of The Wild Warriner series and this novel is the third story. The novels can be read as a standalone but my goodness you will be missing out on a treat if you don’t read all the books in the series and I would recommend reading them in order. The books in the series are:
- A Warriner to Protect Her
- A Warriner to Rescue Her
- A Warriner to Tempt Her
- A Warriner to Seduce Her
Dr Joe Warriner is the sensible, studious one of the four Warriner brothers. Joe always looks for the good in everyone, even of his late father who brought so much disrepute to the family.
Joe is also abit of a day dreamer and just recently his thoughts have been filled of Lady Clarissa Beaumont who he believes is the epitome of a perfect woman. With her beauty and charm she is always surrounded by would-be suitors and never seems to notice the presence of Joe. However, one Beaumont lady hasn’t mistaken Joe’s presence and when Joe is doing his rounds at the Foundling Home for children Lady Isabella Beaumont is always quietly in the background watching Dr Joe’s moves.
Lady Isabella (Bella) and her family are quite new to Retford following a very terrifying and traumatic incident in London. The family were advised to take Bella away to the country to recuperate and heal. Bella is still very traumatised over her ordeal and hates being around new situations but her voluntary work at the foundling home is slowly giving her confidence. Bella revels in medicine and has devoured endless medical tomes and journals.
When an epidemic of a deadly disease is reported in Nottingham, mere miles away, panic sets in. Joe is keen to quell the worries of the villagers of Retford and wishes to administer the new vaccination for the disease to all. However, the vaccination is quite new following extensive research made by a fellow medical professional. But not all are keen, the other local Dr who practices very unorthodox procedures quickly rebukes this new vaccination and argues against Joe’s proposal. With lives at risk Joe and with the help of his keen assistant Bella need to swiftly take medical action.
The closer Joe and Bella work together the more Joe begins to realise that his heart had been set on the wrong Beaumont sister. With Bella’s brain, kindness, bravery and quiet stubbornness she is a good match to Joe’s persona.
Chemistry soon bubbles between the pair but Joe soon realises all is not as it appears with Bella and she is hiding some dark secret that won’t let go of her mind.
The author Virgina Heath had taken extensive research of medical history for Joe’s story and this was clearly portrayed across the pages. I was fascinated with this side of the story. A Warriner to Tempt Her is a stunningly beautiful story that I thoroughly enjoyed. All four Warriner brothers are hero’s in their own right but when Joe is put to the test his heroism is off the scale. With his sensitivity to a very serious issue Joe calmly deals with it. His passion for his love of medicine, his love for his brothers and now his love for Bella are his main strengths and the villagers and ourselves as readers are lucky to know Joe.
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