Kidnapped: His Innocent Mistress Kindle · Kidnapped:


Kidnapped: His Innocent Mistress If I accept his offer to be his mistress, I could have the finest silks, the best carriage and be transformed from ugly duckling to a pampered, pretty swan And although I would feel a virtuous pride in turning down the wicked rake, I also have an unmaidenly interest in exactly what the role would entailCatriona is doing her best to resist the skillful seduction of the scandalous heir to the Earl of Strathconan But kidnapped and shipwrecked with only this rake as company, her adventure has just begun



10 thoughts on “Kidnapped: His Innocent Mistress

  1. says:

    It s been a while since I read a story with only the point of view of the narrator, I feared it will restrain the story to the wall of her mind.But no, Mrs Nicola Cornick is very talented and she brung to life a very strong female character and she crafted a very ente


  2. says:

    Written in 1st personI was quite shocked to discover this Historical was written in the first person pov I questioned if I would be able to connect with all the characters which I have had problems with in other 1st person pov s However, I did not experience that issue wi


  3. says:

    Meh Nicola Cornick is an author I can normally count on to provide a couple of hours of good historical romance reading, but Kidnapped His Innocent Mistress wasn t one of her better stories She states in her intro that this book is her homage to RLS and it was easy to see tha


  4. says:

    The title implies that he kidnapped her and made her his mistress Wrong They were kidnapped together She wasn t his mistress they re SORTA cousins, 2 3 times removed and shared at most a few kisses They didn t have relations until after they got married Characters are kind of lam


  5. says:

    The book is written in first person I have put aside many a books on the first page, just for this reason I m glad that I, for once, looked past this and gave it a go It reads like a memoir and the subheadings give you a clue as to what to expect in the coming chapter Catriona first


  6. says:

    There were some elements of Kidnapped that I really enjoyed, and yet overall I found my interest languishing a little during the read Having said this, I read it within a day and found it light and a nice afternoon read.I liked both Catriona and Neil but I didn t feel that we really knew


  7. says:

    BLOG www.quiuboleecon.blogspot.comINSTAGRAM www.instagram.com jesica_vas A esta protagonista le pasa de todo jajajaja y aun asi sigue firme en sus convincciones de no dejarse convencer de ser la amante del protagonista, me hicieron reir mucho, como se fueron enamorando en medio de todo lo qu


  8. says:

    I was expecting an enjoyable but predictable category romance Instead I found a delightful tribute to Stevenson s Kidnapped, told in the first person Nothing was terribly surprising, but it was all delightful and vivid and the characters were so much fun A really nice companion while trekking ar


  9. says:

    3 Plucky courageous heroine, against rake type still a rake hero, unexpected plot turns, lovely forced intimacy and dailiness, and no contrived drama based on that one easy conversation they somehow refuse to have I dig.


  10. says:

    I am not fond of books that are written in the first person I did not find this very interesting Dialogue was basically nonexistent, there was no humor, and the ending was spectacularly dull.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

About the Author: Nicola Cornick

International bestselling author Nicola Cornick writes dual time historical mysteries that draw on her love for genealogy and local history She studied History at London and Oxford and worked in academia for a number of years before becoming a full time author Nicola acts as a guide and researcher at the stunning 17th century hunting lodge, Ashdown House and is a member of the Board of Trustees of the Friends of Lydiard Park in Swindon She gives talks and tours on a variety of historical topics.Nicola lives near Oxford and loves reading, writing, history, music, wildlife, travel and walking her dog She also loves hearing from her readers and chatting to them She can also be found on Facebook, Twitter NicolaCornick and Instagram.


Back To Top