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  • second time around

    I think this is the sweetest story in Ella Quinn's Marriage Game series. Love at first sight is always heartwarming but this one struck a cord with me. It's unusual for the thunderbolt to strike the man and I love how once he's struck he's relentless but always courteous. His courtship of his one and only is truly lovely to behold. Rupert, Earl of Stanstead, is wise beyond his young years. His Grandfather made sure he was responsible and able to manage his estates. He's not stuffy, thank goodness, just confident in his abilities and not a playboy. Eyes meet across a crowded ballroom. Sounds like a fairytale, and it is. Rupert is drawn to the lovely lady he spies and maneuvers the other gentlemen out of the way until he's beside her. She's lovely and he knows somehow that they're meant to be together. One hitch in his plan is Miss Cressida Banks who wants the gorgeous, wealthy Rupert for her husband and is willing to get sneaky. Watch your step Rupert. Vivian, happily widowed Countess of Beresford, is determined to set up her own house and be the boss of herself for the first time ever. Her late husband Edgar was a real piece of work. He had a long time mistress that he loved and lived with. He couldn't work up any passion for Vivian and made it out to be her fault. She's too young and naïve to know what he's up to. The day he died was a pretty good day for our Vivian. The new Earl of Beresford has proposed marriage several times and she's determined to get away from him, still single. Off she goes to London for the Little Season and meets our hero. She tries to shake off Rupert at first, then decides to have an affair with the good looking Earl. She thinks she's disguised her identity but Rupert knows. She needs to play this game and he understands that he has to let it play out. Her Father jumps into the mix bringing trouble of his own. Damon, Marquis of Hawksworth, from book #9, makes an appearance. He's terrific and you'll enjoy his story. Our secondary characters are Nicholas, new Earl of Beresford and Miss Sylvia Corbet, daughter of a vicar and Vivian's companion. Nick and Sylvia have known each other for years and were involved at one time. Boy oh boy, did they have a misunderstanding with lots of hurt feelings. Once Nick realizes Edgar used him to hurt Vivian, from the grave no less, he's off after Sylvia. They have a great story, especially for secondary characters. All's well that ends well just as it should be. Don't miss the last chapter, it ties up things for this series and sets up Hawksworth's story. Once again the Grandmothers are a hoot and I love them and their matchmaking ways. Happy reading.

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  • Ella Quinn writes fun and fearless characters.

    I hate discovering a series midway through. It is frustrating to know that you could have been enjoying these characters a long while ago. Ella Quinn writes fun and fearless characters. Lady Beresford's Lover is great evidence. Vivienne has set her sites on being her own woman. Love only leads to pain and heartbreak. Just ask Rupert. Rupert and Vivienne have sworn off societies conventions. However there is nothing more romantic than a masquerade ball.. Ms. Quinn's historical love stories are sexy, mysterious and full of intriguing characters and stunning romances. I would describe Lady Beresford's Lover as feast for the senses. I received an ARC of this story in exchange for an honest review.

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