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  • Great ending to this series!

    Lord Garson’s Bride is number seven in the Dashing Widows series by Anna Campbell. This series originally was of three young widows just out of mourning who decide to have some fun... fortunately for those of us who have loved this series, Anna Campbell decided to continue on with three more widows and a jilted suitor from one of the previous books. Hugh Rutherford, Lord Garson is the suitor in book six Catching Captain Nash. He was engaged to Morwenna Nash but bowed out gracefully when her husband returned from the dead. He truly loved Morwenna and has gained an extreme amount of notoriety as the jilted fiancée. Lady Jane Norris is a childhood friend of Hugh’s. For ten years she took care of her father, now at the age of 28 and 6 months after her father has passed away she’s feeling sorry for herself. So when Hugh comes for a visit and proposes a marriage of friendship with no love involved, she thinks it’s enough…. I really liked Hugh and Jane. Their marriage started out on friendship and Hugh was honest with Jane from the start about his love for Morwenna. So my heart broke for her when she realized she loved Hugh! I’m so glad that she was strong enough to realize she wanted more and wasn’t willing to settle. Poor Hugh it took him awhile to realize that Jane was his perfect match and he was no longer in love with Morwenna. But eventually these two did work it all out and I for one am extremely happy they did! This series has definitely been a pleasure to read and I’m rather sad to leave this lovely group of people that have given me so many hours of enjoyment! I highly recommend this series!

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  • A marriage of convenience makes way for love

    Lord Garson's humiliation took place in the most public of places, and yet he cannot blame his prospective bride for ditching him when her previously thought dead husband arrives in the middle of their betrothal ball. In a society that feeds on gossip, Hugh Rutherford has had his fill of being the most notorious bachelor in town and makes a calculated decision to ask Lady Jane Norris for her hand. Whilst he is a kind man at heart, his proposal is nevertheless insulting to her, but as he points out to Jane, what other options does she have? With the ghost of his former love interest between them, Jane struggles to find her way in their marriage, constantly aware that despite her husband's obvious interest in her, she doesn't have his heart. In a sense, Jane was rejected by Hugh even as they stood at the altar saying their marriage vows. In his quest for an heir Hugh wins Jane's consent to be intimate but in so doing also engages her heart until Jane loves Hugh every bit as much as he had loved Morwenna. With both Hugh and Jane nursing broken hearts, she gives him an ultimatum, one that hurts her as much as him. This novel is painful and one feels for the heroine, identifying with her feelings of not being good enough. The hero did frustrate me in that despite being a really nice man, his clumsy handling of Jane's feelings was hurtful. Nevertheless, the book does come to a happy conclusion. I received this book for free from eBook Discovery. I voluntarily post this review. This is my honest review.

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