Book Review: A Warriner To Seduce Her by Virginia Heath.


Release Date: 3rd May 2018
Publisher: Mills and Boon
Twitter: @VirginiaHeath_

Would any bookworm out there just confirm with me that it's okay to messy cry over a series ending? I can feel a huge book hangover coming on, I just know it, but I don't know what to do about it! I feel tears are inevitable when thinking about my wonderful Wild Warriners and how I won't get to visit Markham Manor anymore!! Unless...Virginia...I saw you talking about a legacy?...maybe?...pretty please...I'll just leave that here...please?!! 

I'm actually sat twiddling my thumbs, as I don't know how to express fully how much I have adored this series. In fact, it's more than a series to me, it's been this wonderful journey of discovering and getting to know this beautiful family and simply being happy that these brothers exist. Each time a new book with another handsome Warriner has been released, I have smiled like the Cheshire cat and done my happy little bookworm dance - we all have one of those right? I have lapped up each brothers story and then eagerly awaited the next. Alas, this book means we have met all four Warriner's, so there won't be a next - I'm okay, I promise just give me a minute...

... It also means that I should start talking to you all about Jacob, since this is his story after all! Jacob is the youngest Wild Warriner. I feel like I got to know him in his older brother's stories a little bit but there was still so much to find out. Virginia Heath structured this brilliantly in this series. The first few books gave just enough information to make me want to know more about the brothers I hadn't met yet and then each book after still involved the brothers I had grown to love and didn't want to leave behind. I hate leaving characters behind and not finding out how they are doing a few years, even months, down the line. I get too attached!!

Jacob is a rake and not ashamed of it. His brothers wish he would get a job and stop with his wild ways, but Jake's having too much fun. Then he meets schoolmistress Felicity Blunt, and while at first she seems like just another woman he would absolutely enjoy seducing, the more he tries the more Jake can't get over an odd feeling he's never had before. Felicity Blunt knows all about Jacob Warriner's type and is not about to fall for a man of his morals. At least, that's what her head tells her, but what about her heart?

This story was so exciting! There was so much to it: romance, drama, secrets, mystery, crime, brotherly love, adventure! It had a bit of everything, that just kept me hooked. Jacob was as dashing and as charming as the title of the book suggests, but I also found him very sweet. I may not have agreed with his rakish ways, but he did come across so lovely! Felicity was amazing! Everything about her from the moment she opened her mouth was impressive. She was strong, brave, bold and smart and I'd be lying if I said I didn't wish I was a little bit like her.

With this being the final (I think, maybe not, wink wink Virginia) Wild Warriners story, we of course, got to catch up with Jack, Jamie and Joe, which made me SO happy. This family is seriously magnificent and I just love them all...I will just say, after reading all four books, that I do have a soft spot for Joe,  but each of the Warriner brothers stole my heart. I think the bond they share is utterly heartwarming and I get goosebumps each time they have each others backs. I'm #TeamWarriner all the way!

Do yourself a favour and treat yourself to this series and you won't regret it. Just be prepared to open up your heart and let the Warriner brothers take you on one wild ride.

Happy Reading!

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