The Master of Grex by Joan Wolf

The Master of Grex by Joan Wolf
Publisher: Untreed Reads
Genre: Historical
Length: Full length (174 pages)
Heat Level: Spicy
Rating: 4.5 stars
Reviewed by Xeranthemum

When Daniel Dereham makes his first appearance in London, it doesn’t take long for English aristocratic tongues to wag with curiosity. Who is this rich, gorgeous mystery man?

Lady Anne Sexton needs a wealthy husband to hold onto the Grex estate and restore it to its former glory. If marrying Dereham allows her to stay in her home, then she’ll do what she needs to do.

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This is a really nice romance. I’ve come to enjoy the writing style of Ms. Wolf. I like how she created the heroine, Anne, and the hero, Daniel, and how they fell in love.

I was fascinated at how the author handled the ‘son-born-on-the-wrong-side-of-the-blanket’ trope and Daniel’s determination to be better and more successful than his father. He does succeed, brilliantly. Instead of impressing the man who sired him, a whole other visceral reaction ensued. It’s the perfect vehicle for conflict and Ms. Wolf worked it brilliantly.

I rated the heat level as spicy but it’s more like sensual with spicy sprinkles. There are a few descriptive words that pushed it to the next level but then a reader is popped into the next scene when all is said and done. I was unsure quite how to rate it so I though I’d explain it instead.

I liked Ms. Bonteen and her relationship with Anne, and I was so happy that Daniel got to meet some of his family by blood. I didn’t expect it and I am grateful the author added them because it just made the happy, happier.

The story also had a nice touch of drama and conflict that made things interesting and kept me flipping the pages. I enjoyed the intelligent and clever resolution.

The Master of Grex is a fine read – fun, fascinating and well written. I adored the final chapter because it wrapped everything up with a big, happy, wonderful bow. If readers are looking for a romance story that has great appeal, then I recommend this one.

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