Review: Winter’s Whispers by Scarlett Scott

Cover for Winter's Whispers by Scarlett Scott

Title: Winter’s Whispers

Author: Scarlett Scott

Series: The Wicked Winters #10

Pages: 153

4 stars out of five
4 stars – It was really good

Blade Winter has reluctantly been sent to the countryside for a Christmas house party. He expects to be bored during his stay but quickly finds himself attracted to the beautiful Lady Felicity Hughes.

Who knew Blade was secretly a sweetheart? This gruff and dangerous man has a heart of gold that was just waiting to be loved. Blade wants nothing to do with high society or a woman but he can’t resist Felicity. I adored watching him slowly fall in love with Felicity. She brought out a softer side in him and made him want to be a better man. Felicity was a sweet woman who just wanted to help her sisters. She wants to find a man who loves her but her family’s situation makes that difficult. 

These two had a very intense and steamy relationship that only worked out with the help of the legitimate Winter’s family. I really enjoy seeing the bastard and legitimate Winter’s finally starting to get along and help each other out, especially when it comes to finding their HEAs. 

Overall, this was another sweet and steamy romance for the Winter’s. I really liked Blade and can’t wait to see the rest of the Winter’s fall in love. 

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Previous books and reviews for the series:

#1 Wicked in Winter
#2 Wedded in Winter
#3 Wanton in Winter
#3.5 Wishes in Winter
#4 Willful in Winter
#5 Wagered in Winter
#6 Wild in Winter
#7 Wooed in Winter
#8 Winter’s Wallflower
#9 Winter’s Woman

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