BTS Book Reviews Magazine Highlight: "A Knight of Passion" by Tarah Scott

BTS Book Reviews Magazine Highlight
A Knight of Passion
by Tarah Scott
Check out all the reviews in the November issue of BTS Book Reviews Magazine. Here’s a tasty morsel of Tarah Scott‘s A Knight of Passion.
Description
Lady Riana Ellis will risk the fires of Hell for those she loves.
Can she let a man do the same for her?
As whore for the Duchess of Arundel, Lady Riana Ellis keeps her sister safe from the duke’s lascivious desires. Now the duchess demands that Riana murder the man already sent to her bed.
Sir Bryant Cullen determines to have the duchess’ whore. Her land is a prize, but it’s her secrets he wants. Once he knows what she knows, he will control one of the most powerful houses in Scotland. And she will be his.
This is erotic romance.
Review
Certainly had that! And in droves. When Lady Rihanna first meets Sir Bryant it’s a case of mistaken identity. She was forced into trying to kill a man in order to protect her younger sister. The man was supposed to show up. Her Benefactress the Duchess of Arundel was to watch and the devilish deed was to be done. Luckily for the intended target, it wasn’t carried out and Bryant had an interesting time even if there was unwanted company hidden away and watching everything unfold.
See full review in the November issue of BTS Book Reviews Magazine.
About the Author
Award winning published author Tarah Scott cut her teeth on authors such as, Georgette Heyer, Zane Grey, and Amanda Quick. She writes classical romance, suspense, horror and mainstream. She is assistant director of the advanced writer’s group Paper, Candlelight and Quill, and leads Word Zone, a weekly advanced critique group, as well as participates in, Creative Heights, an intense critique group.
Tarah grew up in Texas, and currently resides in Westchester County, New York with her daughter. Her favorite book is A Tale of Two Cities, with Gone With the Wind as a close second.

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