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  • Nice romance

    2.75/5 stars! The heroine wants to escape her brother, so she got a job as a companion to the hero's honorary grandmother. The two met during a downpour of rain as the heroine needs to shelter under the hero's home. There is instant attraction but secrets, personal issues, and outside forces brings obstacles to their happily-ever-after. I like the premise but I needed more details to connect the story to my personal preference. I also liked a few characters most of the time, but I didn't connect to the main couple for various reasons. Overall, it's a nice story of a strong heroine and a broken hero. **Thanks to the publisher and NetGalley for the review copy.**

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  • Wonderful Read.

    I hope you edit this book very well, it has a lot of errors. I did enjoy this story though. It was funny, sad, and kind of scary. Her dad had been dead for two years and for all that time her brother had abused her. But when he hit her six-year-old sister, that was enough. So her friend hid with Gwen and she went to London to find a job so she could take care of them. Miss Ellen Burney(Smith), had presented herself as a companion to Lady Faye. When she first arrived at the address she was given, the house was dark and no one answered the bell. She rang several times but no answer. So she climbed into a window, it was rainy and so very cold. Calum McKenna Callgham, eldest son of Hammond, the late Duke of Woodhall, ducal heir, Marquess of Holliway, Earl of Eyles, Baron Summerhayes, and Gleason. Boy, was that a mouth full. His brother died four years ago. His dad died two years ago. He blamed himself for his brother's death. He was living in a house that was falling down around his ears, he had scars on the left side of his body including his face. He felt he did not deserve better. The characters were so realistic and the anger and pain, they felt were well portrayed. They loved each other but her brother was a definite deterrent. He hated his sister and I do mean hate. She did have the support of her family and her friends. I received this ARC from Net Galley and voluntarily reviewed it.

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  • Scandal & Secrets, Romance

    Running from abuse and her brother, Ellen Burney becomes a companion for a feisty Grandmother of a Duke. The Duke is Callum Callaghan and he is a battle fatigued soldier that was injured. The two have an instant attraction that they both try to squelch their desires. Things start to heat up in more ways than one and this book will keep you turning the pages to see where it goes. The author is predictable in a few areas and she does leave some things unresolved so, I am thinking a 2nd book which would tie things up in a more cohesive manner. It just feels as though the ending is rushed and not put together with as much thought as the rest of the book. I would still recommend this book because it is a good read. I received a free advanced copy from NetGalley and these are my willingly given thoughts and opinions.

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  • Loved it!

    To escape her abusive brother, Ellen takes a position as a lady's companion. But when she reaches the London townhome of her employer, there's no lady to be found—only a drunk, recalcitrant duke who resents the interruption of his solitude. Can Ellen coax Calum out of the seclusion brought on by his war injuries and the death of his brother? And can Calum protect her from her controlling brother? I love grumpy heroes and fierce heroines. These two are particularly fun. This book also has a great supporting cast and a tense plot that keeps the pages turning. Loved it! I received and read an advance copy of this book. This is my honest and unsolicited review. All opinions are my own.

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  • Hidden identity and beauty and the beast

    I loved all the characters in this book. Callum and Ellen were both such tortured souls, who deserved the happiness they found within each other. I love the sie characters as well, his grandmother and her ward, whom Callum thinks of as a cousin. Ellen has been abused by her older brother, and needs to get away and Callums grandmother hires her to be her companion in London, while she stays with her reclusive grandson. Callum has war injuries, both mental and physical that keep him from living a normal life. When he comes across Ellen he knows she is hiding something but is not sure what. When her brother finds her and puts her in danger he risks his life to save her.

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