Christina McKnight’s The Gambler Wagers Her Baron Release Week Celebration

Gambler_BadgeWhen happily ever after is the name of the game, gamblers must risk it all in this emotional conclusion to Christina McKnight’s bestselling Craven House series.

Out June 26th

Regency Romance, The Gambler Wages Her Baron by Christina McKnight.

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Title: The Gambler Wagers Her Baron

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Series: Craven House

Author: Christina McKnight

Genre: Historical Romance, Regency

Release Date: June 26, 2018

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Synopsis:

WAGERS GO AWRY

Payton Samuels has always known she wants more out of life than being the youngest daughter of the ton’s most disreputable family. While her siblings are content to bet their future happiness on marriage, Payton learned early on from her mother that love is fleeting and leads only to disappointment. She’s got a different plan: she’ll work as a governess for Baron Ashford’s children, but only long enough to win her fortune at one of his infamous masked gaming parties. When she loses big, Payton sees her chance at an independent life go up in flames—until Lord Ashford surprises her by paying her debts.

WHEN LOVE IS IN THE CARDS.

Since the tragic death of his wife, Damon Kinder, Lord Ashford, has been a man made of ice. His determination to never be hurt by love again runs so deep that he can’t even connect with his children. When they quickly take to Payton, he thinks he’s found a solution: she’ll give them the affection and support he can’t. As he spends more time around Payton, his heart begins to defrost, and he can’t stop thinking about the captivating governess.

But every seasoned gambler knows that eventually, luck runs out. Can two souls so burned by past loves forge a new future together?


My Thoughts:

This is another very good read by Christina McKnight. This author always entertains me with her imaginative and well thought out stories, this one not withstanding.

Damon is looking essentially for a nursemaid and companion to his children. Having lost his wife he needs more but is unwilling to admit it.

Payton is also looking to make changes in her life. Her immediate love for Damon’s children brings a heart rending nature to this read. She is the perfect person to care for these two troubled children.

Will this searching and promising attraction between Damon and Payton lead to more?

I hate to see the end come to this series but this heart warming book is the perfect ending.
I gave this book 4.75 of 5.0 stars for storyline and characterization. We have previously been introduced to our heroine and now we get her story.
The sensual nature of this and the other books in this series is mild so I gave it 3 of 5 flames.
I received a complimentary Digital ARC of this book to read and review. This in no way affected my opinion of this title which I read and reviewed voluntarily.



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Author Bio:Christina Photo Small

USA TODAY Bestselling Author Christina McKnight writes emotional and intricate Regency Romance with rebellious women and maverick heroes.

Her books combine romance and mystery, exploring themes of redemption and forgiveness. When not writing she enjoys coffee, wine, traveling the world, and watching television.

 You can visit her online at the following places:

Website Facebook | Twitter Goodreads | Amazon


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