Lord Harry Beresford can have anything he wants; except what society tells him he can't. An entitled nobleman, Lord Beresford is expected to marry within his appropriate social class, but his heart's desire couldn't be any more inappropriate.
The free-spirited and beautiful gypsy girl Talaitha captures his heart and his imagination, but the Romanchal's wandering ways only place her within Harry's reach for a short time. Against his better judgment and society's restrictions, he risks it all for a chance at life with Talaitha. Wealth and power aren't everything, however, and Talaitha has reasons of her own to shun the handsome Lord's advances. When your heart is a prisoner, all the money in the land can't buy its freedom.
For Love of a Gypsy Lass is a story of a timeless struggle of love against the odds. It's a straightforward, simple tale that stands the test of time and never fails to make readers sympathize and relate to the characters. "What you see is what you get" here, and there is something immensely satisfying about knowing that, whether its about a good book, a meal, or a friend. It's never disappointing!
For the period setting, the romance scenes are risque but all the more enjoyable for that very reason. Though short at just over 41 pages, this story does all the things that is expected of it and leaves the reader satisfied that they got what they came for.
Short and sweet, as all forbidden fruit should be!