Tuesday, September 28, 2010
Book Review: Lancelot's Lady
Millionaire JT Lance is terminally ill, but Rhianna McLeod isn’t sure what to make of it when he summons her to Florida. Yes, she’s a nurse, but she doesn’t have a lot of experience, and they’ve never met. Imagine her surprise when she first meets Lance. He throws his arms around her and calls her Anna.
Soon Rhianna is treated as part of the family. She tells JT things about her past that no one else knows, things that have tormented and scarred her. When her birthday rolls around, JT gives her a fabulous gift-a beautiful painting called The Lady in the Mist. And the woman just happens to look like Rhianna. He also gives her a vacation to Angelina’s Island in the Bahamas.
The trip turns out to be a whole lot more than Rhianna bargained for. JT’s son’s estranged son is on the island, and while Rhianna is attracted to him, there are things in her past that make her guard her heart.
Rhianna has more than a sexy man to worry about. Someone is coming for her, someone who has nothing good in mind.
This author is a genius with lyrical description. I felt as though I saw and touched everything Rhianna did. Her characters are vivid, memorable, and likeable. The plot is fast moving which is good because there are so many secrets to uncover! They are woven throughout the plot and keep you guessing from start to finish. I thought I had it figured out, but I was wrong. If you’re a romance reader, you won’t want to miss this one.