Historical romance is a guilty pleasure of mine… so when I was offered this book for an honest review, how could I refuse…? And in time for Valentine’s Day 🙂
What’s it about?
The Soul’s Expression is set in the late Victorian era.
Katherine Forrester was coerced into a marriage by her parents, and due to her fears, her marriage has not been consummated.
Her patient husband, after nearly a year of marriage is not so patient anymore. Her mother-in-law pressures her into seeing a psychiatrist for her “troubles” and Katherine suspects she will be diagnosed with hysteria and locked up.
In a bid to protect herself, she decides to cooperate fully with her psychiatrist, and unwittingly embarks on a journey of self-discovery and sexual awakening.
Then she encounters a situation that she has not ever anticipated. With her life in danger, who will she turn to?
How will this end for a woman with no financial means, nor power or legal status to defend herself?
Will love indeed conquer all?
Would I recommend it?
Yes, for historical romance readers and those sufficiently curios to venture to this genre. It is a quick and pleasant read.
My rating: 3 /5
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