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    A Lady’s Virtue is an enjoyable book.

    Good story with believable characters and story. Would have liked the ending better with the wedding added. Lol Would read this author again. Need Miles’ story !
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    I would recommend!

    I really enjoyed this story. The main characters, Sylvie & Tony were believable, I especially liked the fact that Sylvie was employed & earning her own money, which was frowned upon in those days.
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    I love this series!

    I was so excited to see another Everton lady! Just love this whole series and A Lady's Virtue is just delightful! Of course that is no surprise beacause this author has had me under her spell ever since the first book I read by her. A broken engagement and almost left at the alter, Sylvia Dowder has put her energy into being a secret gossip columnist. But also she becomes a party planner for the Everton Domestic Society! (yes I would have wanted to be one of them!). But she has set her mind to never fall for another titled man as before. Unfortunately she had not met Anthony the Earl of Graton yet! He is determined to not take a wife and hires Sylvia from the agency to act as a hostess and planner for his parties. Why in the world would he need a wife when he has her? So loved this story and the chemistry between Sylvia and Tony! A lot of fun banter between the two and lively interaction. Cannot wait for the next in this series and I recommend you read this one and all in this wonderful stories!
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    Turning Expectations Upside Down

    Love this series! And this might be my favorite one in the bunch. Becoming the Earl of Grafton would be a blessing to most, but Anthony feels it's actually been a huge inconvenience because it comes with so many expectations from so many people. One of those expectations comes from his mother - the expectation that he should marry, and soon. Meanwhile, Sylvia is back on the shelf after a broken engagement so she signs up with the Everton Domestic Society to give herself a purpose and a future. She's the perfect person to help aristocrats because she's smart and efficient and there's no chance she'll ever fall for one. In the hope of convincing his mother he doesn't need a wife, Anthony retains an Everton lady to put together a few gatherings at his home to introduce himself to the ton. He and Sylvia work well together and soon respect turns to admiration turns to affection. Anthony resists falling for Sylvia because he doesn't want the additional responsibility, and Sylvia resists because she fears being hurt. A little bit of push and pull results, and plenty of their friends and family get in on the hi-jinks to help them get their HEA. Well-paced plot, delightful characters, and palpable chemistry between the leads make this an outstanding historical romance.
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    Best one in series!

    Sylvia Dowder is a disgrace to her family due to a broken engagement by a cad she was engaged to but has finally found a place she can call home at the Everton Domestic Society. Her latest assignment is to act as hostess and decorator for American turned Lord Anthony Braighton, Earl of Grafton. He’s handsome to be sure but she vows never to trust her heart to an aristocrat again. She builds up walls and resists his advances at every turn. It’s only when his life is in danger that she must choose between past hurts and the love that awaits her in Anthony’s arms. A Lady’s Virtue is book three in the Everton Domestic Society series and I must say, this is certainly the best one yet. Not only does the reader get to catch up on previous couples and what they’re up to but Sylvia and Anthony are a heart-wrenching couple. Anthony is resistant to marriage and voices this sentiment often. He’s seen his sister and their friends couple up but it’s not for him. But Sylvia opens his heart and mind to the possibility. Sylvia, on the other hand, has gone through one scandal after another. She’s an embarrassment to her mother, a social climber if there ever was one, and Sylvia’s content to be a spinster, working for Lady Jane. When Anthony breaks through the walls around her heart, she’s visibly shaken. Love is a scary thing and the emotions Sylvia works through is heart-breaking for the reader. I personally loved every minute of it! Another historical romance gem from A.S. Fenichel and I hope there’s more in the series. Highly recommend! My Rating: 5 stars
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