Luscious and Lethal (The Gilded River Chronicles), by Mary Raimes Curtis

In response to the interest that we have had in this week’s post about author Mary Raimes Curtis, her new blog, A Writer’s Journey and Candle Without A Flame, her new work which is serialized online, here is a reblog of our review of her novel Luscious and Lethal. I hope that you enjoy it. Tina 🙂

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lusciouslethal200x300[1]-001Luscious and Lethal is the first in a The Gilded River Chronicles by Mary Raimes Curtis. It is a great book to curl up with and contains a lively romance between two complex individuals, set against the ever present threat of sinister events on the shores of the Atlantic. This novel is the second I have read by the author, the first being Tamed by the Hawk, a historical novel, which I also enjoyed.

In Luscious and Lethal plus size supermodel Dani Renaldo has taken refuge in her rural property at Jancy’s Cove, after the fallout from her bitter and public divorce from her abusive and cheating ex husband and the loss of her unborn baby. She hopes to regain her emotional strength and also develop a new business venture with her friend Jay, which she hopes will help compensate for her financial losses after her divorce and give her…

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About Tina Williams

Book reviewer and blogger and co-organiser of Tamworth (UK) Literary Festival

2 thoughts on “Luscious and Lethal (The Gilded River Chronicles), by Mary Raimes Curtis

  1. I’m thrilled the response to your post about my blog, A Writer’s Journey, has prompted a repeat post of your review of Luscious & Lethal. Thank you. Now I have to try and live up to the kind words about my work.

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