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    Drawn to the Marquess

    This book is a historic time of the 1780. There is a lot of twisting and murdering. I like this reading! Penelope is a widow of her husband. All people are into it. Stephen is the Marquess of Clevedon. They get together. She wants him to get her widower. Stephen was a spy with Alex who is now the Duke of Sandringham, his best friend. Stephen is now finding he is losing his eyes. That makes it a bit hard to catch the ship's and revenue hers. Some they are Brandy and now it is switched of teen girls to get kidnapped for men to use. Penelope found out her husband ran it before he went over the cliff. Who did it!! Check out this book for yourself! I used a lot of tissues! Don't let this book get away! Enjoy your reading!
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    Interesting and a joy to read

    *3.5 Stars* I really enjoyed how well Evans handled Stephen's issues with his sight and how he's dealing with his fear about what his future holds.  It's definitely an intimidating prospect and bleak for a man of his position & personality.  His emphasis on not getting married or having children got just a bit repetitive but as he started fighting his heart he was doing everything he could to remember why.  Unfortunately I think that Penelope's situation with her husband was a bit weaker but it was still interesting.  She worked hard to get Stephen involved but didn't really want him to find out the complete truth.  I'm not sure what she expected him to do but I don't know that it was well thought out because he's not the type to let it go without finding out everything.  I do think the two of them together are enjoyable and I really liked how supportive & understanding of Stephen she is.  She sees things about him, including his vision issues, that no one else does but she does what she can to help him understand that no matter what he has value.  It's sweet and a joy to read.   **Review given honestly and freely after receipt of a reader copy. This opinion is completely my own and was not influenced in any way.**
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    Good story, page turner, see beauty everywhere

    Such a burden to carry for Stephen. I loved how Penelope was able to see beyond that burden. When misunderstandings and unspoken words threatened to tear apart this couple, my heart hurt. I loved their chemistry, their ability to see more than what was right in front of them, as well as the honest and steamy scenes between the two of them. Great descriptions and emotion. I recommend this story. I received an ARC of this story through Netgalley, and this is my unsolicited review.
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    Great book

    A awesome Historical romance. Penelope and Stephen are both damaged people that think neither need each others. Love the banter and chemistry between them. A good story about letting someone know you and accept you for who you are. Loved reading their story. Voluntarily reviewed.
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    Could they trust each other?

    Lord Stephen Hornsby, Marquess of Clevedon, is losing his sight. His father had the same problem and it is assumed it is genetic. He goes to Sotherby's auction house to purchase a painting. While there he sees a very beautiful woman who ignores him. He is a beautiful man and not use to being ignored, so he is intrigued. Lady Penelope Fisherton is a widow and she is afraid her dead husband's brother is going to make a lot of trouble for her. She needs someone to investigate the matter for her. Stephen was a spy and had fought the Turks and his credentials are what she feels she needs. The storyline is a little complicated but Ms. Evans never disappoints with her books. They are always fresh and exciting and so full of love. The characters are delightful, his sister married a friend of his and he is glad to see how happy she is. I loved the whole story and found it is not usually written about the problem of blindness and if the children could inherit the problem. I highly recommend this tale, I know you will love it like I did. I received this ARC from Net Galley and voluntarily reviewed it.
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