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  • Dignified, indeed

    I loved this so much. Dylan is a very honorable man and honorable ex-soldier. He is concerned for the men who were under his command who are now needing to matriculate back into society. The men have psychological issues, PTSD, wounds that will heal, wounds that will not heal, they need food, shelter, and a new livelihood. One by one he has been taking care of the aftermath. He's homesick for his home in Wales and his family. But his men come first. Lydia is an Earl's daughter living in London as a housekeeper for Dylan's household. She is trying to find her brother who has been missing since he started home from Waterloo. Her uncle wants to be the Earl and is applying for her brother to be declared dead and in the meantime is squandering the earldom's wealth. His son also wants to be the Earl and gain the wealth brought to the family by Lydia's mother by marrying his cousin. Great contributions by the couples from Mischief #1 and Mischief #2, plus Sycamore and Jeanette.

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  • Love this book

    I loved the characters and their story. The author has a way to make her people walk off the pages and into your heart. Looking forward to the next in the series.

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  • a delightful and dazzling story

    Lady Lydia Lovelace goes undercover as a housekeeper for Captain Dylan Powell to ferret out the whereabouts of her missing brother, Lord Marcus Tremont, a man who does not want to be found. Captain Powell believes it is his mission in life to take care of the men who served with him in the fight against France, feeding, clothing and employing them when necessary. As Lydia and Dylan become more than employer/employee, she realizes that her deceit about who she is and why she is in London will force a wedge between them. Unraveling the reason why Marcus is on the run will test Dylan and Lydia’s commitment to the truth and to each other. Ms. Burrowes writes beautiful stories that are always unpredictable, taking the reader off in unexpected directions, and to an HEA which is always satisfyingly beautiful. There are no overused tropes to be found in Ms. Burrowes’ stories, only witty prose, period appropriate morals and language, and a delightful and dazzling story to lose oneself in of a day. I highly recommend Miss Dignified. This book was provided by the author without any requirement for a review, positive or otherwise. All opinions are 100% my own.

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