To Tame a Scandalous Lady by Liana De la Rosa 🙂🙂👍👍
Despite Liana De La Rosa being a new author for me and To Tame a Scandalous Lady being a book
in the midst of the series, I enjoyed the story and the writing. I found the book interesting and smooth to read. I liked the main characters (mostly) and enjoyed the plot line.
Lady Flora Campbell is horse crazy… and I mean crazy. She loves them and wants to own her own farm one day. She has the capital (from her dowry) but wants to learn more, so she has a plan. A plan
that can be dangerous, if she is discovered to herself or family. Flora wants to learn from the best and she decided that Christian Andrews, the Marquess of Amstead is the best.
Christian Andrews needs to make money and fast. When his father died, he was left holding the debts and the results of the devastating fire that took his father’s life. Christian has a fast horse and a new trainer
and a new assistant trainer, who is interesting to him.
I found Christian Andrews a little overbearing at first, but loved the character Flora from the
first. I did think that Flora’s bravery was remarkable and was concerned more than once for her choices. I do think the book’s name is a misnomer. (The title is almost as sexist as Christian.) He did not tame Flora, she taught him about
life, love and treating people fairly. To Tame a Scandalous Lady by Liana De la Rosa was a good read.