Courting Trouble

(Goode Girls #2) by Kerrigan Byrne

Courting Trouble (Goode Girls, #2)

Published: December 8th 2020

Publisher: Gnarly Wool Publishing

Length: 220 pages

My Rating: 2 stars

Blurb:

Doctor Titus Conleith emerged from his time as a battlefield surgeon with a mysterious fortune, a lethal secret, and a demon on his back. Ruthlessly intelligent, he was able to lift himself from his beginnings as coal-stained bastard through merciless discipline and inexhaustible skill. Alone by choice, he swore never to open his heart to another. Not after Honoria Goode. The heiress who shattered his hopes and then tread upon the shards of his heart with her bejeweled slippers. The beauty with whom he shared his first taste of passion, before she gave her hand to another.

The woman whose life he just saved from bleeding out on his table…

Honoria’s life as a Viscountess has been nothing but a misery she’d brought upon herself with her own cowardice. Trapped for years in a loveless marriage to a cruel rake, she has been widowed by the consequences of his villainy. Now, she must face the man with the blazing golden eyes of the boy she once worshiped, and the dark past they both share.

As their passion reignites with the same fervor of their youth, Honoria can’t help but begin to wonder…

Will he allow her the second chance she doesn’t deserve?

My Review:

Adultery is a huge issue for me regardless of the circumstances. I am completely turned off a book if either of the main characters do this. It’s the heroine in this case and although its not the hero she has had multiple affairs on I just can’t stomach that sort of behaviour. This is the sole basis for my rating.

I received an arc of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. *Blurb and cover image via Goodreads.

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