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Heidi Hart

By day, I'm a domestic violence prosecutor. By night, I read romance to restore my faith in love, relationships, and humanity in general. 

"Lord of Darkness" by Elizabeth Hoyt

Lord of Darkness - Elizabeth Hoyt

Kinda boring and forgettable. 2 years ago, Megs married Godric for convenience after learning she was pregnant with her dead lover's kid, but Megs lost the baby, and they've lived separately since. Now Megs wants a child and reasonably believes her lawfully wedded husband is the best man for the job. I liked that the main characters had both loved and lost before and so were gun shy about getting emotionally involved (a nice counterpoint to the Insta-love that is so prominent elsewhere), but I found my attention wandering throughout the book.Time to take a break from historicals!