Of course it’s a suitable match. A very, very wonderfully suitable match.
Tag: Julia Justiss
Whoever came up with the title should really reconsider his or her life choices.
The heroine is an ex-mistress, but hold on to your horses. She’s that kind of ex-mistress.
It’s depressing when unusual archetypes are trapped in a story determined to be as formulaic as possible.
If the heroine had been allowed to walk the walk…