I don’t have too much to say about Her Dearest Sin (Harlequin Historical). This is another Collingswood Book Festival buy, though instead of $.50 I paid $.25.
Her Dearest Sin is a historical action romance that’s pretty typical of the genre: woman in distress, soldier who saves her, they fall in love, happily ever after ensues (and I’m not giving away the ending here – it’s a romance, and they’re all supposed to end that way). The “sin” in the title doesn’t come from something naughty the heroine does – it’s not that kind of book – but from the last name of the hero, Sinclair.
Why did I pick it up? Because $.25 is a cheap way to try a new author. I tend to read everything in a romance writer’s backlog if I really like her work, but it takes a leap for me to try someone new. Even though I’m not going to make that leap with Wilson here, I don’t think it was a waster of that quarter.