The Suspect’s Daughter by Donna Hatch

December 15, 2015 | 1 Comment
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The Suspect’s Daughter by Donna HatchThe Suspect's Daughter
Author: Donna Hatch
Series: Rogue Hearts #4
Genres: Historical Romance
Format: eBook, Print
Pages: 380
Date: December 15, 2015
Publisher: Mirror Lake Press

Determined to help her father with his political career, Jocelyn sets aside dreams of love. When she meets the handsome and mysterious Grant Amesbury, her dreams of true love reawaken. But his secrets put her family in peril.

Grant goes undercover to capture conspirators avowed to murder the prime minister, but his only suspect is the father of a courageous lady who is growing increasingly hard to ignore. He can’t allow Jocelyn to distract him from the case, nor will he taint her with his war-darkened soul. She seems to see past the barriers surrounding his heart, which makes her all the more dangerous to his vow of remaining forever alone.

Jocelyn will do anything to clear her father’s name, even if that means working with Grant. Time is running out. The future of England hangs in the balance…and so does their love.

Rating: Moderate. Mild kissing; non-graphic sexual references; some violence or horror.


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About Donna Hatch

Donna Hatch

Multi-award-winning author of more than twenty best-selling Regency Historical Romances, Donna Hatch is a hopeful romantic and an adventurer at heart. Each book she writes is filled with wit and heart and plenty of swoon-worthy romance. Donna sings, plays the harp, and loves to ballroom dance. Her family, including six children and two cats, recently left their native Arizona for the Pacific coast of the US. No matter where they live, she and her husband of over twenty years are proof that there truly is a happily ever after.

One response to “The Suspect’s Daughter by Donna Hatch

  1. Maria

    I think all the brothers in this series except Christian had real problems perhaps due to the childhood abuse they received at their father’s hand. (Christian had his own set of problems). The abused ones are all good guys at heart but they sure have all killed a whole bunch of people over their lives. And not just fighting in the Navy. How many killers can one family have? But in all cases the love of a good woman changed them into great men. Of all the brothers I had the hardest time liking Grant in all the previous books. He was just so cold hearted. Jocelyn is a far better person than I to be able to see past his gruff and sometimes mean exterior to the goodness inside. And the fact that she was willing to continue loving him after being hurt and spurned repeatedly. I liked that she was a strong woman and capable. And she had a kind heart, wanting to help those less fortunate. Grant was also kind deep down inside as evidenced by him hiring a pick pocket and a prostitute as his employees to get them off the streets and the fact that he defends anyone being wronged by someone else.

    I think the biggest problem I had with the story was the repetition about why Grant had turned cold against all women. We heard the reason so many times over the course of the book. Sometimes there was new information given but mostly it was just repetition of the same thing. We didn’t need to hear it so many times. Also, I’m not really convinced by Emma’s repentance at the end. I thought her apologizing to Jocelyn was kind of odd.

    Sex: some innuendo, kisses, lusty talk or thoughts
    Language: no
    Violence: yes

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