The Lady Who Drew Me In By Thomasine Rappold

The Lady Who Drew Me In By Thomasine Rappold
Publisher: Lyrical Press
Genre: Historical, Paranormal
Length: Full Length (182 pgs)
Heat Level: Spicy
Rating: 3.5 stars
Reviewed by Nymphaea

Daisy Lansing’s ability to transfer images from people’s thoughts onto paper was a novelty she used to trot out to amuse her friends. But when her “entranced drawing” begins to cause serious trouble for her guardians, she is banished to the country and forced to marry a man twice her age. After the joyless wedding, Daisy is determined to bury forever the strange skill that upended her life. However, she soon finds herself a widow and in dire financial straits. Suddenly, her curse may be her one chance at true independence.
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Jackson Gallway’s reputation as a rogue has far surpassed his success as a lawyer. In the wake of yet another scandal, he decides to head west. But before he can escape Misty Lake, Jax makes a promise to find an elusive killer. When he encounters a lovely young artist with an unusual talent that could help him in his search, what he finds is something neither of them can escape . . .

A widow and a rake…plus a murderer. Oh my!

This book is the first I’ve read by Thomasine Rappold, but it won’t be the last. I see this book is part of a series. I have to admit, I wasn’t lost, despite not having read the others in the series. Trust me, though, I will be checking them out.

I came across this story by chance and I’m glad I did. The writing flows well and drew me right in. The characters are fresh, too. I get it. The hero is initially a rakish kind of guy. He’s done things he’s not proud of. Who hasn’t done things of that matter? But I liked how he redeemed himself. I also liked how the heroine was irresistible to him. Jackson, the hero, is interesting. He’s a lawyer and has aspirations for more than his place in society. I give him props for his goals. I also liked Daisy, the heroine. She’s got pluck, determination and a particular ability. I haven’t read anything like this story, so the new twist on her art ability was fresh. The plot is well-thought out and enticing. I wanted to know how things would work out for these two characters. I liked the little hiccups they have to go through

If you’re looking for a story that’s long on story and big on heart, then this might be the one for you.

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