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    The Lord and His Lady

    I always enjoy Kate Pearce's work. With this book, I was not sure of what I expected when I started it, but, I can say I did not anticipate being completely enthralled. I read historical romance on occasion, and if there were more like this one, I might read them more frequently. Captain Grafton was a character that should have been unlikable. Arrogant, self serving, and selfish on the surface. From the very beginning of the book, you would catch a glimpse of his kinder, gentler side. Caroline's strong will and inner strength was apparent from the very beginning of the book. Times when you thought she was going to break, she stiffened her spine and moved forward. The chemistry between the two was obvious and you definitely sensed the difference between her relationship with the Captain and her relationship with Mr. Ford. An interesting, entertaining book that holds your attention from the first to the last page. There is romance, action, and suspense. There is also, so much opportunity for future books that I will be looking forward to wherever this author chooses to take us next. I voluntarily read and reviewed the Advanced Reader Copy of this book.
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    Loved this book!

    Caroline and her family are struggling after the deaths of her husband and father. Her mother is gambling with money she doesn't have, and Caroline is struggling to provide for her younger sisters. At first glance Captain Grafton looks like the answer to Caroline's prayers, but it is soon evident that the captain is as ruthless as his reputation would make him out to be, or is he? I will admit that I didn't care much for the captain at the beginning, but as time wore on I could see his softer side. This book is a great start to a new series and kept me glued to my ereader from start to finish. I can't wait for the next book!
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    Great Start!

    The Lord of Lost Causes is Book One of Kate Pearce's new Millcastle series. The author did a great job bringing this story to life. Frustration, desperation, acceptance, the heroine's wide gamet of emotions through out resonated with me strongly. Good start to a new historical series! Can't wait to see what is next.
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