Her Caprice by Keira Dominguez

Her Caprice by Keira Dominguez
Publisher: Boroughs Publishing Group
Genre: Historical, Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Length: Full length (182 pages)
Heat Level: Sweet
Rating: 5 stars
Reviewed by Orchid


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Captain Henry Gracechurch has resigned his commission after living through the horrors and waste of war. Recently returned from Spain, he is cajoled by his formidable godmother to make an appearance at one of her famous balls. When he sees a young woman abandoned on the dance floor, honour commands him to save the day. Nothing could have prepared him for meeting the person who is a balm to his soul and gives wings to his heart. But winning Beatrice Thornton will take every ounce of courage he has, and this is a war he will win, no matter the cost.

Beatrice has a secret and it must remain hidden from the world. She and her parents decide it would be best if she didn’t marry. To keep her reputation secure and to safeguard her sisters, Beatrice must go through a London season. She and her mother hatch a plan for her to wear the dowdiest clothes and hide her immense dowry so no man will look at her.

Henry rescues Beatrice from a difficult situation and they become friends. It could move into something deeper but Beatrice must go against her instincts and hide her secret. To complicate matters there is Lord Fox who has a hidden agenda of his own.

The story moved forward without a hitch. I enjoyed every word and impatiently read until I got to the end and found the resolution. Each time I thought Beatrice had made up her mind, circumstances changed her direction.

This book grabbed my imagination and entertained me from beginning to end. I love regency novels and also fantasy so this book was exactly my type of reading. Regency at its best with a hint of fantasy was enough to keep my nose in the story until I’d read it all.


  1. Thank you so much for your wonderful review! It’s just the experience I hoped readers would have when I wrote it.

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