Monday, 25 May 2015

Review: Her Foreign Affair by Shea McMaster

Twenty-two years ago, she ran out on the love of her life—and took a secret with her. 

When Randi Jean Ferguson fell for Courtland Robinson while studying abroad in London, she was ready for a life of tea and crumpets. But when she discovered Court was being forced into a shotgun wedding, there was no way she could stay—or tell him she was also pregnant with his child. Now widowed, Randi is just starting to consider finding Court—when he shows up at her door. With his son. Randi’s not ready to reveal everything to Court, but if she doesn’t will both their children end up scarred?

The best thing to come out of Court’s unhappy marriage was his son. But he’s spent the last twenty-two years thinking about Randi, his California girl, his first—and only—love. Now a widower, he takes a chance he’s only fantasized about and seeks her out. At last he’ll solve his heart’s greatest mystery—but that won’t be the only surprise in store for him.

Kindle Edition
Expected publication:  June 9th 2015 by Lyrical Press

Terri's Thoughts

**I received an advanced copy of this book from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.  The expected publication is June 9, 2015.

I had really high hopes for this story.  The concept of the story was a good one and I was curious to see how it would play out.  Sadly I was a little bit let down.

Don't get me wrong, this was not a bad story.  I just thought it would have a little more depth and substance than it did.  If you are looking for a romance type novel with plenty of steamy scenes this story will cover the bases.  The character's are likeable and you are rooting for Randi and Court from the beginning.

Overall it was a nice distraction if you take it at face value and keep your expectations in check.

About the Author

Shea shares imagination and head space with Morgan Q. O'Reilly. Usually referred to as Morgan's sweeter sister, Shea sticks closer to the traditional sensual romance.

She also shares Blog time with J. Morgan. Talk about a mix-up! Living in the far North (Alaska) in her empty nest (yea! He's at college! On scholarship!) leaves Shea plenty of time to weave together words and dream up new  stories.


1 comment:

  1. my guilty pleasure is reading books with that pregnancy plot line, but I find that often they disspoint me as they aren't written well enough, maybe I shall read this one some day. Lovely review!