Talon Montgomery has spent months in
prison grieving for his crew. Swallowing his pride, he even
implored the help of his father, the Earl of Sutcliffe, but to
no avail. Resigned to his fate, Talon is surprised and at
once suspicious when his father has his jailors bring him to
an office. When the Earl makes him an offer he needs to
refuse but can’t, Talon bides his time until he can do what
the Earl expects of him – seduce his sister-in-law.
Lady Kathryn Sinclair, the wife of
Daniel, the Earl of Sutcliffe’s son, doesn’t understand why
her hateful father-in-law wants her and Daniel to travel to
America. She knows that Daniel is unhappy with her as a wife,
so much so that he can’t bear to touch her. When she meets
Talon, the illegitimate son of the Earl, her heart flutters
with attraction but she knows what she suddenly finds herself
feeling is wrong.
Nobody’s Hero surprised me. Fully intending to
dislike this book because of its storyline, I was taken aback
and happily surprised at how well written and wonderful the
story turned out to be. I learned my lesson to never judge a
book by its blurb because Nobody’s Hero was so
much more than what I was led to believe. Raw emotions,
guilt, hostility, sensuality; you name it, Nobody’s Hero
had it tenfold. I found myself wanting to hug Daniel, kiss
Talon and be a friend to Kathryn. I could not have asked for
a better ending and I loved how the story came to a grand
Having read previous works by Diana Bold,
I was glad that I decided to read Nobody’s Hero.
It was tremendously wonderful!