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  • Love Beyond Boundaries

    Take a walk through the doors of the home of the Townsbridges. Before you get distracted by all the food take heed. Do not read this book when hungry! It’s true that a way to the man’s heart is through his stomach. William starts out as mesmerized by the smell and taste of the dishes prepared by the new cook, Eloise, as the rest of his family. Then he meets the cook and is further hypnotized by her. Eloise is a strong-willed woman who, despite the feelings growing inside her, stands strong against any impropriety. William is a bit weaker in that he is willing to submit to his baser needs. It takes a major decision by Eloise before William comes to his sense, with a little help of course. Just like we all do, make a decision based on our feelings rather than taking the time to think of the choices as well as the ramifications. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • Short but sweet

    This is book 3 in the Townsbridge series. This is the story of Eloise and William. This is a short novella. A little over a hundred pages, so a quick read. What I liked about it was that it had a complete story. Many times novellas seem to start in the middle of a relationship, so you feel like you missed half the story. I'm not a big fan of novellas, not enough story, too rushed. But I did enjoy this one, especially the part where she says goodbye to her grandfather. It was very touching. If you're looking for something quick to read but don't want to start a new book, I recommend this novella. 4⭐⭐⭐ I want to thank Netgalley for the chance to review this book.

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  • Forbidden Circumstances

    William Townsbridge, the third son of Viscount Rexley, returns from Portugal and notices the delicious meals being prepared for the family. He goes to meet this talented new cook his mother hired and finds a young woman, Eloise Lamont. William is immediately attracted to the delightful Eloise, but she is a servant and being with her is unacceptable. Yet he cannot turn off their feelings and William is determined not to give her up. How will he pursue her? Will she accept him or be forced to run away?

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  • Low steam

    I received an ARC of this novella to read through NetGalley in exchange for a fair review. Falling For Mr. Townsbridge is the 3rd book in Sophie Barne’s The Townsbridges series. It can be read as a stand-alone. William Townsbridge, the third son of Viscount Rexley recently returned home from Lisbon encounters Eloise Lamont his family’s fantastic cook in their kitchen late one night and is enchanted by the beautiful and bold young woman, and this is where it gets uncomfortable for me because he comes across as smarmy not heroic. It’s a delicate process to write a story where the power differential is such, and a novella with its short format makes it even more difficult as there is little space for the hero to grow and change. In this case, I never really got what she saw in him as they had little time to interact. He considers himself above her and never once imagines offering marriage until his mother intervenes. I have to say I was quite disappointed in this story. Steam Level: Mostly Kissing. Publishing Date: July 21, 2020. #FallingForMrTownsbridge #SophieBarnes #NetGalley #HistoricalRomance #bookstagram

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  • Fast Read

    This novella is like a fairy tale...short, sweet and with the happily ever after you want. William Townsbridge returns home to London after a year away to find that his family has hired a new chef for their home. Eloise is French and recently moved to London to work and begin saving for her dream of opening a culinary school. All goes well until the two meet and find they have a deep attraction that is hard to fight despite their differences in station. This novella was. a super fast read. I enjoyed it and would recommend. Thank you to NetGalley for an ARC of this book. The opinions here are my own.

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