Giles and Minerva are the perfect pair! The third book in the Hellions of Halstead Hall series is one if my favorites.
Miranda starts falling in love with Giles as a young child during her parent’s death, however, falls out of love when Giles gave her the set down in her teens. Because of this, Minerva started writing serials with Giles as the villain. Giles had to put a stop to it as she was starting to allude to Giles’ undercover duties to the Crown. Although Minerva denies her feelings for Giles, she hasn’t stopped loving him
I loved the spark between the two protagonists. Their conversations/spats drew me in and made me love them more. Plus the sparks between the two was palpable. When they had their HEA, I gave a sigh of happiness and I honestly did not want the story to end.
This book is a must read. Although this is a stand-alone book, it is best read in order (The Truth about Lord Stoneville, A Hellion in Her Bed) to understand the mystery of the Sharpe’s parents death.