#BookReview – An Oxford Enemy by Faith Martin writing as Maxine Barry #romanticsuspense #AnOxfordEnemy @joffebooks @Faith.Martin_nov

Today I am thrilled to be sharing my review of An Oxford Enemy. This is a brilliant romantic suspense by Faith Martin writing as Maxine Barry.

An Oxford Enemy by Maxine Barry

Author – Maxine Barry
Publisher – Joffe Books romantic suspense and thrillers
Genre – Romantic Suspense
Publication Date – 28th July 2020

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AN UTTERLY GRIPPING PAGE-TURNER FULL OF INTRIGUE AND ROMANCE

Faith Martin is the author of the beloved Hillary Greene series. Her books have sold over 2 million copies. Now discover her writing as Maxine Barry.

Please note this book was first published as DEAR ENEMY.

PEOPLE SAY SHE MARRIED FOR MONEY

. . . AND THE FAMILY WILL DO ANYTHING TO STOP HER INHERITING A FORTUNE

Keira Westcombe, aka Lady Penda, marries Lucas Harwood, a man fifty years her senior. They’re not in love but they are firm friends and their marriage makes sense for them.

When Lucas’s step-son Fane turns up, he and Keira are instantly attracted to each other. But Fane thinks Keira is a gold-digger and neither are willing to admit their true feelings.

In a family full of secrets, love can spell danger.

NOW KEIRA HAS MADE A VERY DANGEROUS ENEMY WHO WILL CHEAT, STEAL AND LIE TO KEEP HER OUT OF THE WILL

She’s in danger of losing not only the man she married but everything she’s ever cared about.

WHAT READERS SAY ABOUT TWO-MILLION-SELLING FAITH MARTIN WRITING AS MAXINE BARRY

“I’ve read a lot of novels by Faith Martin and always thoroughly enjoyed them, this novel is different but just as gripping and you really become invested in the characters and their lives and can’t wait to see how it all works out. Brilliant.” Barbara

Perfect romance and mystery!” M. Adlington

“A great read and a fast paced romantic adventure.” Laura T.

“An enjoyable book. Romance with a little intrigue too.” Alexandra

“Totally loved it.” Yona

“When you reach the end you will wish there was still more.” Amazon Reader

MAXINE BARRY GREAT READS
Book 1: THE LYING GAME
Book 2: AN OXFORD REVENGE
Book 3: AN OXFORD SCANDAL
Book 4: AN OXFORD ENEMY


My Review

Keira has put a lot of time and effort into turning her home and land into a nature reserve but is now short of cash.  Lucas has plenty of money but is lonely so the pair come to an agreement – they will marry and Keira will have the funds she needs and Lucas will have company and the reassurance that his money will be used to preserve nature in the area he loves so much.  The bulk of his estate will go to his children so everyone will be happy.  Or will they?  The 50 year age difference may not go down too well with some and then there is a BIG problem.  Lucas’ son turns up to the wedding and the attraction between him and Keira is instant and mind blowing.

There is trouble ahead…

This is a story that is perfect for people who like a good love story with some suspense interwoven between the pages.  Plenty going on to keep the reader interested and the description of the area and scenes etc are excellent.  I loved the underlying story about reverting to horsepower and allowing nature to flourish.

I really enjoyed reading this so a big thank you to Joffe Books for the digital copy This is my unbiased review.


Faith Martin author bio

Faith Martin was born in Oxford, and has spent all her life within twenty miles of the university city, even working at Somerville College for five years before turning to writing full-time. The author of the popular DI Hillary Greene novels, she also writes more classic-style ‘whodunits’ under the pen name Joyce Cato, but began her writing career as Maxine Barry, winning an award for penning romance novels! A popular writer for over 25 years, she has had nearly 50 novels published so far. Her hobbies include walking her now ageing dog, wildlife-watching, reading and (reluctantly) gardening.

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