Angela is the granddaughter of an Earl and her love for Cameron Monroe, the stable boy, had doom written all over it from the word go. Stable boys lived with the horses and never got invited to the big house. Courting the Earl’s granddaughter was definitely not in the realm of possibilities. So when they are forced to separate it is thirteen long years before they see each other again. And so begins a story of love, loss, deceit and treachery. When they are finally reunited, the years have changed them dramatically and the question becomes, can they ever get back what was once true and pure?
Throughout Impulse, the author poses the question; “Can love break through the barrier of the class system?” In addition, she creates several story lines containing a villain, an attempted murder and the search for one’s birthright. As the story progresses you’re not sure how each issue will resolve or how they are related to each other, but inevitably they do resolve and there are several interesting surprises.
The romance is steamy, the villainy is graphic and the story moves at a fast pace. Impulse will keep you guessing, and believing in happy endings.
What stories have you read where the class system is a problem for the hero and heroine?