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The Kiss of Love (The Book of Love #6) by Meara Platt. Historical Romance Release & ARC Review.

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Will The Book of Love find a way to bring these two souls together?

Honey Farthingale has a devastating secret that could destroy her chance of ever finding love. For this reason, she has sworn off marriage. But if she is to live out the rest of her days as a spinster, what harm can there be in stealing a kiss from the season's most sought after bachelor, the handsome as sin Earl of Wycke? Yet, she dares not get too close to him, for he has the power to steal her heart and make her wish for things that can never be.

Thomas Halford, Earl of Wycke, is determined to discover why Honey Farthingale keeps running away from him, when every other debutante is throwing themselves at his feet. She claims she will never marry, but when she asks him for a kiss, he is more than willing to oblige. However, he wants more from this beautiful girl who has stolen his heart. Despite his family troubles and Honey's reluctance, can this jaded earl find love?


Honey Farthingale has recently learned a devastating family secret that has made her decide she can never marry.  Before she hides herself away and concentrates on the family business she will enjoy a weekend party.
Thomas Halford, Earl of Wycke is holding a weekend party at his country estate.  He hopes being there will help his mother,  and he wants to get to know the one woman who hides from him.  
A very emotional historical romance that has fascinating characters.  That pesky "Book Of Love" is at it again.  Weaving it's magic for those who read it.  A vicious woman is intent on mischief and an illness that was not well understood in those days causes heartache.  
Each book in the series can easily be read alone, but be warned you will be tempted to buy them all.  
Good fun.


Meara Platt is happily married to her Russell Crowe look-alike husband, and they have two terrific children. She lives in one of the many great towns on Long Island, New York, and loves it, except for the traffic. She has traveled extensively, occasionally lectures and finds time to write. Her favorite place in all the world is England’s Lake District, which may not come as a surprise since many of her stories are set in that idyllic landscape, including her Romance Writers of America Golden Heart award winning story.


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