Falling for Her Captor by Elisabeth Hobbes

Falling for Her Captor by Elisabeth Hobbes is the 4th book I read by her. I like her style, but this was not as exciting as the other ones. Still I gave it 4 stars and I would recommend it. This is her debut novel and I think it shows because her other books are even better, that’s why I’ve read three and plan to read two more.

Falling for Her Captor by Elisabeth Hobbes

The novel is the love story of a heiress, Lady Aline of Leavingham and Sir Hugh of Eardham, the man who kidnapped her. The story line is interesting and there are a few unexpected turns that makes the book different and really enjoyable at the same time. Lady Aline changes and matures due to all the things that happen to her and it was lovely to see that. Sir Hugh reconsiders his allegiances and that makes his character evolve too. For a first novel it is really good, so do read it if you have the chance. I don’t want to talk more about the book, so I don’t share any spoilers.

Falling for Her Captor by Elisabeth Hobbes

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My rating: 4/5 Stars.
Would I recommend it: Yes
Published by: Harlequin
Year it was published: 2014
Format: Paperback
Genre(s): Fiction
Pages: 368

About the author: Elisabeth grew up in York, where she developed her love for history and the past. She read History and Art History at university, before becoming a teacher. She now lives in Cheshire with her family.
In 2013 Elisabeth entered her first novel into a Harlequin contest and finished in third place. Thus, she was offered a two book contract.
Books by her: A Wager for the Widow, Falling for Her Captor, stand-alone novels.
The Danby Brothers series: The Blacksmith’s Wife & Redeeming the Rogue Knight
The Conquest of England series: The Saxon Outlaw’s Revenge, Beguiled by the Forbidden Knight
Website & Social Media Links: elisabethhobbes



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