Tuesday, October 13, 2015

PUYB Spotlight + Review: The Madness of Lord Westfall by Mia Marlowe

The Madness of Lord Westfall
The Order of MUSE, 2
Mia Marlowe
Entangled Select
September 21, 2015


Pierce Langdon, Viscount Westfall is mad. Everyone knows it. He fell from a tree when he was a boy and woke to hear strange voices. When the voices grow stronger as he grows older, his family commits him to Bedlam. But what he hears are the thoughts of those around him—a gift to be used in service to the Order of the M.U.S.E. Until he falls again…this time for a totally unsuitable woman.

Lady Nora Claremont  hides her heartbreak behind the facade of a carefree courtesan. Viscount Westfall is the most confusing man she’s ever met. He seems to know exactly what she wants…and what she’s thinking.

Which is a dangerous thing, because what Nora wants is Pierce.

And what she’s thinking could expose her as a traitor to the crown…

My Thoughts: 
Oh my goodness,  I don't know where to beginning. I mean The Madness of Lord Westfall is pretty darn good. I think a lot of my feelings lie to Westfall, because he's a pretty awesome. At first, he seems like a prig, but as we get to know him he's not. We need to take into account that he can hear others thoughts, and that can be bothersome. Yes, he does give off this standoffish presence until we fully understand what is going on. When he meets Lady Nora he kind falls for her. Yes, she's a little jealous of her protector. However, we learn that not everything is what it seems with Lady Nora and her protector. 

I ADORE WESTFALL! He's an amazing character and feel empathy for him, because he would love to be normal, but that's not going to happen. He accepts the fact that he might be a little mad. Yes, it's scary to have someone to read your thoughts, but he tries not unless it's for MUSE. He does scares Nora a little when he reveals his secret to her. I feel bad for the guy, because he tries to be a decent guy and is given a craptastic hand. He's a decent guy and willing to help those he cares about, even risk his life. 

The Madness of Lord Westfall, definitely left me with feelies. You definitely feel for Westfall and his situation. You get to understand Nora. I loved The Madness of Lord Westfall story. I so do have a soft spot for Westfall. LOVE HIM! There is no way around it, I love his character and he makes the story. Yep, I did choked up at parts of the story, especially towards the end. I can't wait to see Meg's story came alive. 

Copy provided by Entangled via NetGalley


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Mia’s work was featured in the Best of 2010 issue of PEOPLE magazine. One of her books was on display at the Museum of London Docklands next to Johnny Depp memorabilia. The RITA nominated author has over 25 books in print with more on the way! For more info, please visit!

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