Sherri Lupton Hollister

Katharine Ashe’s “I Loved a Rogue”

I didn’t want it to end but I couldn’t stop reading. I read it too fast because I just had to know what happened next. Eleanor and Taliesin’s love story is so much more because of all they must go through to be together. Thank God for happy endings or I could never have survived this emotional roller coaster. What a wonderful ride, the twists and turns were a thrill. Learning the back story of the Caufield sisters was pure art. The tapestry Katharine Ashe weaves together is spellbinding. I think this is my favorite of The Prince Catcher Series. The characters are intense, interesting and inspiring, Eleanor, like many of us is a caged bird finally set free. My favorite quote “I want to be the heroine of my own life.” She is a true heroine for even though she was afraid, she set out to have an adventure and be with the man she loved.

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