Jen’s Review: "His Woman" by Diana Cosby

The last thing Sir Duncan wants to do is see Isabel again. She broke his heart and their engagement to be the mistress of a powerful earl. But her brother asks Duncan to rescue her, and he feels compelled to comply to his dying wish. The childhood sweethearts are reunited, but can they overcome all the obstacles in their way to reignite the spark that is between them?

When Diana Cosby contacted me about having a promo at the blog, I was excited. I love being introduced to new authors… and especially those who write medieval romances. It’s not a common setting for romances, since most historical writers tend to look at the regency era. So, I’m always on the lookout for the medieval setting in my romances.

I’m glad I was given the opportunity to read this book. I enjoyed the characters, setting and the plot. I’ll admit that sometimes I felt like Isabel and Duncan kept repeating the same arguments as to key they can’t or can be together. But past that occasional feeling of repetitiousness, I was glued to the book. I recommend this book for anyone wanting to read a medieval romance set in the Scottish highlands. It is the second book in a series, but it totally stands on it’s own and there’s just a couple references to events that happened in the first book, His Captive.