Category Archives: Historical Romance

Review: Bound by Deception by Ava March

Wow. Okay, though I’m not that into historical romance but I can’t help myself to fall in love with Ava March’s writing. So, according to Goodreads, this book was being published earlier than His Client that I read before. But, those two books are written with the similar setting, Madam Delacroix’s brothel.

“Bound by Deception” tells about Lord Oliver Marsden who has already admired Lord Vincent Prescot for years, hence, they are childhood friend, but Oliver never knew if Vincent is interested on men because Vincent was having relationship with some women during their friendship. At one moment, Oliver realize that Vincent often visits Madame Delacroix’s brothel and he is more than happy when he knew that Vincent hire a man instead of a woman to service him. Now or never, Oliver plans to get close to Vincent by replacing his usual whore to service him for one night only. Though, he has to pay a lot to Madam Delacroix, but he feels that’s worthy enough. One thing that he doesn’t anticipate that he is really FALL in love to Vincent. And, he wants to have him. Not only for one night, but for the entire of his life.

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Review: His Client by Ava March

I guess I just not that into historical romance kinda story. Yes, this book is super-duper awesome [really, it is very well-written book] but my worst English capability make me frustrate and take a fast reading to see the end of this story. Shame on me!

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It tells us about young prostitute who works at Madam Delacroix’s brothel named Jasper Reed where he meet his love from his regular client named Nathaniel Travers. Unfortunately, Nate never give him a sign that he also have a feeling for Jasper, because everytime he come to the brothel house, Nate always bring a story about his best-friend, Peter Edmonton, who is already become Nate’s fantasy lover for years. So, when he think that he never have a chance to be with Nate, Jasper decide to loose his job, leave the town, and forget Nate.

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