Is it a crime to steal a heart?
Hounslow, 1768. Jack Blythe, heir to the Earl of Lampton, is a man with great expectations. So when his carriage is held up by a masked woman, brandishing a pistol and dressed as a gentleman of the road, he wholly expects to have his purse stolen. And when he senses something strangely familiar about the lovely little bandit, Jack also expects to win his cousin’s wager by tracking her down first.
But as Jack and the highwaywoman enter into a swashbuckling game of cat and mouse, uncovering an intricate web of fiercely guarded family secrets, the last thing Jack expects to have stolen is his heart.
Reviews for “The Highwayman’s Daughter”:
“… A lovely, light, frothy, eighteenth century adventure. It is huge fun. ” – Lovereading UK
“… Another passionate triumph from Choc Lit and a charming detour by the author. Delicious!” – Beadyjans Bookshelf
“If you like historicals set in England during the 1700s I think you’ll find this an enjoyable read.” – Long and Short Reviews