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  • The perfect solution

    Having met Cole, nicknamed Sin, in previous books in this series, I felt sad for him as he managed to disappoint his friends whilst acting under duress. When his friends and their wives discover that he badly needs a tutor for his sweet daughter, they immediately suggest that he employs the last of Chase cousins, Mary, who has been a stalwart friend and source of comfort to her cousins. Meeting Mary puts Cole on the defensive as she is everything he does not want and cannot have in his home, reminding him far too much of his deceased wife. However, Anne's reaction to Mary is so instantaneous, that Cole decides to give her a trial period. It doesn't take long before both Cole and Mary come to the conclusion that they can help one another whilst solving their own dilemmas, but he does not take the rest of the Lords or their wives into account. Cole quickly comes to the realisation that Mary is loved by a large circle of people who will do anything for her, making Cole understand that he will have to give Mary everything she needs. This novel wraps the series up nicely and leaves one feeling happy for the Lords of Scandal, that each of them got the gift of love and marriage. The plot is well written, and although not as suspenseful as the previous stories, it did keep me entertained and interested through to the conclusion. I received a copy of this book as a gift and this is my honest and voluntary review.

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  • Loved It!

    She was there to tudor his daughter, but could she help him and he her? Mary needed a job to support herself and take leave of her aunt and uncle's home. After all she was firmly on the shelf at four and twenty and all her cousin's married, there was no longer a need for her help. Lord Sinclair, Sin, as he was known, needed someone to help his daughter Anne. After a traumatic event she was having a hard time and he was desperate to find the appropriate person. He never expected she would be beautiful and so young. "Sin looked back at Mary, his chest tightening. Having this woman under his roof was a terrible idea. Something about her vulnerability called to him. If he hired her he would just have to control himself." Yowza! I adored these two. Both so vulnerable from past hurts and trying to hold their emotions back. But the tension was there and the attraction was coming off the page! Loved this story so much! Do not miss this one or any in this series. Who can resist the wounded hero? Not me for sure!

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  • Wonderful things can happen when you let them

    Although this is a quick read, it is complete and emotionally satisfying. It ticked off all the boxes for an unusual marriage of convenience proposal and met the needs of the two main characters Cole and Mary. I liked Mary's personality. She was forthright, honest, down-to-earth and incredibly compassionate and loving. Cole is a good man getting back on his feet after losing his wife during childbirth leaving him with a daughter. He was also becoming more financially stable after the mess his father left. Then his daughter Anne suffered nightmares from a horrible incident that happened to her. I was glad Mary could see the possibilities of improvement with this small family. She had a gift of being able to help others when no one else could as effectively. At first Cole fought his attraction to Mary but I was glad in the end he let himself become vulnerable and love again. A very sweet story of heartache, pain, loss and the triumph of love in the end. The author Tammy Andresen was kind enough to give us a peek into the future of this couple. I really enjoyed reading this. I received an Advanced Readers Copy of this book from the author and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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