Cavendish has spent most of her privileged life safely
ensconced in the country. Since Susanna is the oldest
daughter of an Earl, she takes great pains to escape the
notice of King Henry VIII so that he is unable to use her for
political gain. Easier said than done when Susanna is told in
no uncertain terms that she is to be the bride of none other
than a barbaric Scot. Having no choice but to obey, Lady
Susanna sets off to meet the man she is being forced to spend
the rest of her life with.
Blair Ruthven is a warrior through and through. One of his
earliest lessons learned was to never trust anyone or
anything. Life is so much easier that way. That is, until he
is ordered by his king to marry a pampered Englishwoman.
Deciding then and there that he won’t fall under her spell, he
could not be more mistaken.
and Susanna never expected the attraction that they felt for
each other and they never expected to fall in love.
Leading Her To Heaven
was marvelous. Fully caught up in the political unrest of the
time period in which this novel is set, I found myself
cheering for both Blair and Susanna from the sidelines. Their
mutual love and caring for each other set me aflame in its
intensity. I thought they were well suited and I loved
watching Blair fall under the essence that was Susanna.
never read Kayleigh Jamison before, I wasn’t sure what to
expect. I can honestly say that Leading Her To Heaven
is sensual, well written, and as a historical romance, one of
the best books I have read in a long time. I can’t wait to
explore more books from this author.