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Stolen Charms by Adele Ashworth
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Stolen Charms

by Adele Ashworth

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STOLEN CHARMS by Adele Ashworth is an interesting Victorian Historical Romance. #1 "Winter Garden". Join Miss Natalie Haislett and Jonathan Drake,the notorious Black Knight on a journey of passion,intrigue,suspense,mystery, and romance. Well written with depth and engaging characters. The plot is not only intriguing,but suspenseful. The characters are believable,and interesting. A delightful read from the first page to the last page,you will not be disappointed in "Stolen Charms". Look out Robin Hood here comes the Black Knight. Received for an honest review from the publisher and Above The Treeline.

RATING: 4

HEAT RATING: MILD

REVIEWED BY: AprilR, Review courtesy of My Book Addiction and More ( )
  MyBookAddiction | Jun 25, 2013 |
Entertaining plot, emotional and thoughtful - and poignant. By the time they declare their love for one another, I was nearly in tears. Great, great!

http://ktleyed.blogspot.com/2010/11/stolen-charms-by-adele-ashworth.html ( )
  ktleyed | Nov 23, 2010 |
Lady Wombat says:

I kept reading, thinking that there must be some plot twist that would make all of the confusing plot elements come together in the end. But no, the plotting was just simply unbelievable, all the way through. Another one for the "too stupid to be believed" pile.
  Wombat | Oct 8, 2010 |
From BackCover:
A Flawless Beauty

Bored with her pompous suitors, Miss Natalie Haislett longs for romance and adventure. She is inflamed by dreams of the mysterious Black Knight--a daring English thief who has stolen her heart from afar with his legendary exploits. To meet her beloved, she reluctantly appeals to the one man who knows him: the renowned womanizer Jonathan Drake.

A Priceless Passion

Intrigued by Natalie's loveliness, Jonathan agrees to take her to France where the Black Knight is rumored to be. To allay suspicion, they travel in the guise of a married couple, sharing intimacies that blossom into friendship and kisses that stoke a reckless hunger...

A Thief of Hearts

When a necklace of precious emeralds is brazenly stolen at a party they attend, Natalie knows that the Black Knight is near. But she doesn't realize that the man of her dreams has already seen inside her heart-and has vowed to possess it... ( )
  nikel27 | Jul 26, 2007 |
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The privileged Natalie Haislett wishes to meet the Black Knight, a Robin Hood-type crook who steals from the rich and gives to the poor. Against her better judgment, she enlists the help of Jonathan Drake, a known rogue who has left many hearts in his wake. Will Natalie be his latest conquest or will it be the Black Knight who'll capture her heart?… (more)

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