Review: Winter’s Waltz by Scarlett Scott

Title: Winter’s Waltz

Author: Scarlett Scott

Series: The Wicked Winters #11

Genre: Historical

Pages: 192

3 stars - I liked it
3 stars – I liked it

Genevieve has been tasked with keeping an eye on the Marquess of Sundenbury and he is tasked with making her more ladylike. But Gen isn’t like other women and refuses to be wooed by a pretty boy with gambling problems. 

This was a very fast paced romance with a fast paced relationship. Gen is a very unique woman. She refuses to wear dresses, act like a woman of the times, and is determined to open her own gambling den for women. I really liked Gen because she was such a unique woman and wasn’t afraid to speak her mind. Gen and Max’s relationship was very fast paced but I still enjoyed their adventure. 

Max was a man who was trying to reset his life. He went down the rabbit hole of gambling and drinking and is now trying to repair the damage from that. I liked that he was trying to find himself again and I loved how supportive he was of Gen’s dream to run a gambling den for women. He was a good partner for her because he never tried to change her into what society expected of women of that time, nor did he stop her from opening a gambling den for women. These two were just a good, if a little surprising, couple and I can see them being having a successful HEA. 

Overall, I enjoyed seeing the only female Winter sibling fall in love. I am looking forward to the next book. 


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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
#10 Winter’s Whispers

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