Ruined Innocence by Melinda De Ross

Louis Cecile's Book Reviews

Ruined Innocence by Melinda De Ross

4 Stars

An interesting set up for what inherently is a tale romance. Your typical characters are on display here with the male being the strong brooding type with an air of mystery. The female with a sense of naivety, play and hardship from previous relationships.

This opposites attract scenario is played out with the main characters as work colleagues producing a documentary about the grisly goings on in a historical castle by a deranged countess.

Instantly images of things going bump in the night the pair uniting in love come to mind.
However the author’s strength of writing witty conversations lead you to get to know the characters well. Even more fascinating is the underlying revealing of the disturbing history in the castle being filmed for the documentary.

The locals have that small town isolated feel and though they play an important part…

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