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The Uncompromising Lord Flint (The King’s Elite Book 2) by Virginia Heath

Publication Date:  1 January 2019
Publisher:  Harlequin Historical
ISBN: 9781488047008 (Kindle book)
Pages:  288
Category: Regency romance/ historical romance


Imprisoned by her past- Set free by her enemy!

Charged with high treason, Lady Jessamine Fane is under the watchful eye of icily calm Lord Peter Flint. It’s a task this spy won’t be swayed from, no matter how alluring his prisoner! Only it’s not long before Flint realizes that tenacious Jess hides a lifetime of pain. With so much at stake, can he afford to take a chance on their powerful attraction?


Today it is my great pleasure to be one of the blogs opening up the tour for The Uncompromising Lord Flint by Virginia Heath. 

I chose this book because I am a fan of Regency romances and am a sucker for “enemies to lovers” stories. This is the second book in The Kings Elite series and can be read on its own.

The author’s piecemeal approach of giving us Jess’ story is very well done.  The more I learned about Jess’ lonely and violent life, the more I could sympathize with her predicament. 

I also enjoyed seeing a strong and vulnerable side in Lord Flint staying true as an agent of the Crown while falling for a traitor to his country.  It is a rare feat for an author to create such a truly honorable male hero until the end.

Ms. Heath’s way of bringing out the strengths and vulnerabilities of her characteristics evokes empathy from the reader motivating them to find out what happens in this suspenseful and romantic tale.

It’s a story of being tolerant of differences, being true to your convictions, trusting your instincts, respecting and showing compassion to others and being courageous in the face of danger.  Highly recommend.


The Uncompromising Lord Flint

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Virginia Heath

When Virginia Heath was a little girl it took her ages to fall asleep, so she made up stories in her head to help pass the time while she was staring at the ceiling. As she got older, the stories became more complicated, sometimes taking weeks to get to the happy ending. Then one day, she decided to embrace the insomnia and start writing them down. Despite that, it still takes her forever to fall asleep.