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Friday, November 26, 2021

Veronica Reviews - DANCING WITH DANGER by Kerrigan Byrne


Dancing with Danger


(Goode Girls Romance #3)


Kerrigan Byrne


4.5 Stars

Historical Romance

“I desire you like I have no other woman.  I would take as many nights as you would offer, but I’ll settle for just one.”

Mercy Goode is a strong willed and intelligent woman and deemed overly much by would be suiters.  Beyond caring what the ton thinks of her and her opinions, Mercy does what she pleases, and currently, it’s playing amateur detective determining who murdered a friend of hers.  Having a penchant for attracting trouble, Mercy is discovered at the scene of the crime and becomes accosted and arrested by the local authorities.  But she swiftly discovers she’s not alone, and is somewhat rescued by a man whose very presence sets her soul on fire…Raphael Sauvageau…

Raphael Sauvageau has been drawn to Mercy Goode since the first day they met, and finding her being struck and injured by another has his blood raging seeking vengeance.  Although he finds himself intrigued to find her investigating the same crime, Raphael knows he must set her aside to keep his promise to his brother.  But Mercy is like no other he’s ever encountered, and he must have her…at any price…for any length of time he has left on this earth…

Mercy and Raphael are fire and ice dancing along a dangerous path to discover who killed their mutual friend…will Mercy finally find the man willing to love her just as she is…will Raphael finally find redemption in Mercy’s arms…or will fate spin the wheel denying them whatever chance they could have found loving one another…

WOWZA!  Another home run for Kerrigan Byrne!  While the third in the series, this story could be read stand alone.  However, I would recommend reading in order to better understand the characters.  Now, let’s get to the next installment to the Goode Girls, because I already know I’m going to be head over heels in love with Gabriel!!!  Give it to me now!

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**I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book that I received via the author. All thoughts and opinions are my own. **


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