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    Brave New Earl

    I am hooked on Jane Ashford. I really fell for this book. Most of stories are murder and shooting! This is a good, quiet read until near the end. Benjamin is the recent Earl of Furness.His uncle, Earl of Macklin has a young lady bust into his home. Benjamin is still mourning his past wife, Alice.A fast, small boy goes through the room too. She is soon good to see Geoffrey, the son of Alice and Benjamin. The lady is Jean Saunders who has come to take Geoffrey to with her to help him give up. Geoffrey is a very smart boy and he will not go to her home. Benjamin wants to let him run until Schooling. Jane wants Geoffrey to grow up a gentleman. There is a bit of action close to the end! I really fell for this story. I hope you will grab this book to pull you into here. I would like you to enjoy this book. There is very few kisses! You won't regret it!
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    Brave New Earl

    A story of second chances and finding happiness when least expected. Benjamin had lost his wife during childbirth and could not seem to come out of his grief. He had a hard time interacting with his five year old son Geoffrey because he reminded him of his mother too much. Jean, a distant cousin to Benjamin's late wife, barges into his household determine to to take Geoffrey with her. What occurs is a lot of humorous moments and Jean and Benjamin are such great characters. I enjoyed the dialogue and the interactions between the three and could not wait to see how it all turned out. Prepare to be entertained!
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    The Way Back

    Arthur Shelton, Earl of Macklin, gathers a group of four young men who have something in common with each other and with him. He has brought them together to help them cope with the death of a loved one, to let go of the past and learn to live again. Skeptical at first, the men felt a bit of comfort as they left the gathering. Brave New Earl is the first book in the Jane Ashford’s new series The Way to a Lord’s Heart centered around this group of men. This book features Benjamin Romilly, the Earl of Furness and Arthur’s nephew, and Jean Saunders, a distant cousin to his late wife. Benjamin has been grief-stricken since he lost his wife in childbirth five years ago. He has been unable to deal with his son Geoffrey. Jean storms into their lives believing that Benjamin is neglecting Geoffrey (which he is) and determined to rescue him from the miserable childhood she herself endured. Uncle Arthur arrives soon after and finds himself chaperone and referee. He watches as Benjamin and Jean work (fuss and argue) through how best to take care of Geoffrey, to bring father and son together. Is it possible it will also bring them together and pull them out of the past? This is a wonderful story of second chances and recovery. Benjamin and Jean are great together, even in the midst of argument and disagreement, and better when they get along. A delightful cast of characters lead by Geoffrey, who keeps everybody hopping, Tom, and Uncle Arthur brings life and humor to the story and keep it moving. This is a great start to a new series. I recommend this book and look forward to the other in the series. I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book provided by the publisher via NetGalley.
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    In my mind Brave new Earl is a story about learning to let go, to let go of past pain, heart break, and torment. It is the story of Benjamin Romilly, the Earl of Furness, Jean Saunders, cousin to his late wife, and I will argue also Geoffrey the Earls son. Because although it is a love story between Benjamin and Jean, it also strongly involves Geoffrey, you see with out him...this story may never have happened. I would strongly recommend this book, though I thought it started out somewhat slow, it picked up and grasped my attention very quickly. Would love to see if Geoffrey gets his own book someday!? With his personality he would make for a great leading role!
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    Delightful

    The Way to a Lord's Heart: Brave New Earl (Book 1) by Jane Ashford is a delightful and charming Regency romance.  Follow, Benjamin Romilly, Earl of Furness, a widower with a five year old son and Miss Jean Saunders, a cousin to Benjamin's late wife on their journey of redemption, finding love and a HEA. What strong, wonderful and charming characters! Well crafted, well written with plenty of wit, charm and romance. Readers will be glued to the pages of this charming,  witty, delightful and energetic Regency Romance. Unpredictable and unique with interesting obstacles, challenges and a strong romantic love story.  Ms. Ashford expertly bended the conventions of Regency historical with a refreshingly different, and sweetly romantic love story. Fans of cute kids, kitty antics and witty charm with a message of redemption will definitely enjoy BRAVE NEW EARL. BRAVO, Ms. Ashford!!! "I voluntarily received a complimentary copy, however,  these are my honest opinions. I was in no way required nor compensated to write a review." Rating: 4.5 Heat rating: Mild  Reviewer: AprilR 
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