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    Fantastic read

    Heather Boyd is an extremely entertaining writer. You almost live the life of the characters. Great story lines with many feel good moments. Like a virtual hug from the characters. You live their lives.
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    Terrific Regency Romance

    Heather Boyd writes terrific books. I enjoy how she writes about situations that are different from most regency romances, but I think that what I like best about her books is the way she has with emotions. The internal conversations that she writes for her characters show an innate understanding of human nature. This book has no huge conflict in it nor does it have some terrible situation that the characters have to solve or overcome. What it does have is two friends who get married and have to learn to live with each other. It is a tribute to Ms. Boyd’s writing that this book is as riveting as any thriller I have ever read. I recommend this series and this book highly. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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    Releasing the past is not always easy.

    The tale of two old friends who come together for a marriage of convenience and in the end find out that love is possible but like all good stories there a reasons that one may not release the past in order to have a future. How people deal with loss and guilt is what this story is really based on. Price lost the love of his life due to something horribly unexpected and add-on to that the thoughts that he may have been the cause of more than one death he is not a happy soul. The cast in this book is great the main characters and the secondary ones were written so well. This is a good book and I highly recommend it. I did receive a free copy of this book and voluntarily chose to review it.
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    Open Honest Communication is the Key

    WOW... an awkward romance. Lenore is a lady's companion. She was just propositioned by the lady's beau to be his mistress. She had to get away and fast. Her employer would never believe her if she told her. Like a miracle she receives a letter from her dear childhood friend Price, Earl of Carmichael. Her grandmother was employed by Price's parents. The kept in touch via letters over the years. This time Price sent her money and offered her employment. She immediately absconded her job and left for London. Price's life was haunted by scandal and the loss of what he felt was his one true love. She was murdered. In order to drown the pain for the last six months he remained drunk with his friends at a bawdy house. When Lenore appeared at his home, he did not know why she was there. Apparently, he wrote the letter while he was in his cups. But apparently Lenore misunderstood the letter for it was not for a paid position but an offer of marriage. Well this made everything uncomfortable between them. I liked Lenore's personality. She was patient, kind, thoughtful, selfless and giving. She had a backbone when pushed too far other than that her inexperience in the world hampered her knowledge of men and life. Luckily for her she had three dear friends in London she could turn to for help. Price was a decent man, handsome, titled and rich. Kind and thoughtful. Treated his staff like family and had a few true friends. At this point the situation with Lenore had only one solution - marriage of convenience. He knew he could never love her but he would be an excellent provider and would be loyal to her. Thus began their awkward marriage of convenience. I must say Lenore put up with a lot from Price more than I would no matter what agreements were made. I was disappointed in Price when he kept running from his attraction to Lenore that battled with his vow to never stop loving his old love. What a conundrum. He did not fool his friends and neither did Lenore that they were both so miserable and unhappy. Lenore's friend thought of something scandalous to entice Price. She did it but was dejected and disconsolate by the results. Then Price's past came knocking at his door as did Lenore's past from the employer she absconded from. What a viper that one was. Lenore made another effort with Price and it seemed he finally came to his senses. They were finally coming together and Lenore could not have been happier. But then two things happened simultaneously that shocked and upset her. She ran from her home from Price to her friends’ home. Where she stayed till she could figure out what to do. Price finally came to her and they had their first open and honest dialogue since their marriage began. They found out that they fell in love with each other. A fine ending of connubial bliss. A strange and awkward story with a happy ending. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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