This book had a very strong beginning, with the heroine meeting the hero wounded and helpless in an alley in a back port. She picks him up and nurses him back to health on the return voyage back to England.
Even though the rest of the book doesn’t live up to the strong beginning, it is still a fun read. The heroine makes her living writing as a travel journalist. Unfortunately we don’t see any of this activity because she is engaged in helping the hero to track down a deranged murderer known as the Bridegroom.
The book is a pleasant read, but ultimately forgettable. I read it in June and had to go to Amazon to refresh my memory. The cover brought it back because of the amazing fan the heroine uses as a weapon.
Not every book has to be memorable. This was a pleasant read and worth the $1.99 I paid for it.