Her Master's Touch (2020)

Her Master's Touch Patricia Watters Her Master s Touch She s the mystery debutante of the season who arrived on the London scene as if from out of nowhere But Lord Damon Ravencroft knows her dark secret Two years before when she was roaming with Gypsies
  • Title: Her Master's Touch
  • Author: Patricia Watters
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 411
  • Format: Kindle Edition
Her Master's Touch Patricia Watters She s the mystery debutante of the season, who arrived on the London scene as if from out of nowhere But Lord Damon Ravencroft knows her dark secret Two years before, when she was roaming with Gypsies and living by her wits in India, he hired her as a housemaid and she stole from him a rare and valuable opal once belonging to the Empress Josephine Damon intends to be coShe s the mystery debutante of the season, who arrived on the London scene as if from out of nowhere But Lord Damon Ravencroft knows her dark secret Two years before, when she was roaming with Gypsies and living by her wits in India, he hired her as a housemaid and she stole from him a rare and valuable opal once belonging to the Empress Josephine Damon intends to be compensated for its loss, which set him back years in his quest to prove his innocence in a crime he s accused of committing The sizable dowry that comes with Lady Elizabeth Sheffield s hand in marriage is a start It s also his price to keep her secret from all of London But there s to the marriage of convenience Damon proposes than Elizabeth anticipated, but by the time she learns what it is, she s trapped in a marriage to a man who both stirs her passions and fuels her resentment for the man she was forced to wed.
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  1. Jacqueline

    I liked this story set in India in the Victorian age The first half was marginally better than the second half Enjoyable portrait of colorful India The author made it fairly menacing and the hero and heroine both wanted to leave I enjoyed learning something about the opal jewel called the Burning of Troy which had once belonged to Empress Josephine I went and checked it out further on line It s always fun to see factual tidbits in a novel I felt that there were several opportunities to ramp up t [...]

  2. Trupti Dorge

    I downloaded this book for free from and read it at a time when all I wanted was a quick romance book And Her Master s Touch was a perfect fit I loved the first half where Eliza as an Anglo Indian gypsy woman, tricks Damon, into taking her in as a housemaid so that she can steal a precious Opal which Damon has bought This Opal was stolen from a gypsy tribe and Eilza wants to return it to them so that she can prove that she is one of them.The second half, will not go into detials, was a little bo [...]

  3. Jan

    Sometimes those free downloads surprise you and this was one of them.Just finished Her Master s Touch, really enjoyed the quick read and story line Ms Warrens did a wonderful job on the character development to the extent that I could visualize them as I read the pages screen in my case as it was a free download from I laughed out loud several times at the sparing between the two main characters Damon and Elizabeth Thisis the first I have been exposed to the writing of Ms Watters, and will be lo [...]

  4. Becky

    This was a free book with Kindle and I love and enjoy reading Historic Romance It had intrigue, tantalizing romance, suspense, and at times was very hot and steamy There is mystery in the two characters past and lives which I enjoyed So I was very into the story line I was disappointed with the ending though I expected it to also be mysterious, suspenseful, hot and steamy I felt like it was thrown together all at the end to just finish it It left me confused and wanting It ended too easy But I [...]

  5. Jody

    This novel was romance and historical fiction with a lot of adventure It is the story of Lord Damon Ravencroft of England trying to get back a rare opal given by Napolean to Josephine believed to be in India There he meets the intriguing Lady Elizabeth Shefield, who schemes to also get the opal She has a muddled past that she cannot remember She lived in India with a gypsey mother and an english earl as her father Her mother has died and she ran away from school and her father She also wants the [...]

  6. LadyCalico

    This was one really cute little Romance Adventure Please, don t try to make too much sense of the story because it is all just for fun, and sheer fun it surely is Lately I ve had the misfortune to read a lot of books where the author gets so involved expounding on some pet issue that she totally forgets that what the reader is looking for, and paying for, is entertainment Ms Watters does not forget that she is a very entertaining story teller, and in this dashing romp, she does her duty to her r [...]

  7. Christy

    The author put great detail into showing the cultural difference for England to India which I appreciated In terms of romance this story was timed, of a love story than anything overly erotic which I think was actually quite nice I do feel like Elizabeth s past and what she remember of her Mom was kind of odd, there has been so much pretense and then it was kind of explained away in a page But I liked the gypsy references and enjoyed cheering for Elizabeth and Damon to get past their difference [...]

  8. Jamie

    I just couldn t get into this First, when I started it, there is a character Mara perhaps that whenever I read her speaking parts I thought it was all typos If that s not the case, the author should have described her and said something that would make the reader realize that it was a dialect and not just a bunch of bad grammar and or typing It s too bad, because I liked the premise of story, but just didn t find a single thing that held my interst.

  9. Stephani

    AhhhI read it Wasn t throughly impressed Story was good, but drawn out and pretty slow Great, original idea on love story, but to me it seemed rushed and forced, and she was really mean, but so was he I dont know, wasnt a melt your heart and make goo goo face romance

  10. Diane

    it was a good and fast freee read a little unbelieveable that a gently reared 14 year old girl could run away from boarding school, make her way to india, and live with gypsies in the 1870 s but maybe i m just being too persnickety the hero wasn t particularly likeable at first either.

  11. Mackenzie

    I had a really tough time getting into the book in the beginning while the main characters were in India When the story brings us back to England the story picks up only yo waiver back and forth once back in India.

  12. Carrie

    Relationship between hero and heroine wasn t well developed He suddenly fell in love with her about 3 4 through the book, and she thought she might have feelings for him, but the happy ending seemed very forced.

  13. Jeanne Mccartney

    I enjoyed the book It had several twists and turns which kept you wanting to learn what was next.

  14. Sandy

    Fairly good bookThe story was good and the path to love interesting but it was a little drawn out There was a lot detail about the area that w a s unnecessary to the story.

  15. Leah

    Love this book It was a great romance I m going to read of her books I am adding all her books to my to read list Wow Thank you Watters

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