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  • Charming and Delightful

    I really loved the main characters of the story Madoc and Evelina. Madoc a man's man who pick up a hammer next to his tenants and work alongside them. When his wonderful father passed away, he was left in near penury because the steward stole almost everything, he could from the family during the four years Madoc had been away and his father laid up in his bed. Now that he was Earl, he had so many responsibilities. His mother convinced him to go to London for the season and find a bride with a huge dowry. When Madoc arrived in London and first set eyes on Evie, he was a goner. There was no one else. What troubled him was the money he needed to restore the estate and if he could satisfy having a wife he wanted with a dowry he needed. Evie was charming and sweet. She is loving and loyal. Her parents loved her and her sister dearly and her mother wished to elevate them in society and pressed for a titled match. Her father is a successful merchant, well known and respected. He was also very wealthy. This story revolved around Madoc; his need for an heiress and to find the scoundrel that stole the family money. The courtship was not the main focus nor the fact that Madoc worked for the home office. This is a delightful story though and I did enjoy reading it. I received an Advanced Readers Copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • Wonderful characters and a good story.

    This story had a caring Earl in a bad spot, a wonderful, intelligent young woman, a thieving steward, witty banter, and an instant connection. Evelina and Madoc made a wonderful couple, and I enjoyed their journey to an HEA. I recommend this story and the Wicked Earls' Club. I received a copy of this story through Goddess Fish Promotions, and this is my unsolicited review.

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  • A wonderful addition to the series.

    What a delight the Wicked Earl’s Club series is and this charming book is a wonderful addition. What I liked about this piece is that there are different levels to it. Yes, there is romance but there is more and it all combined to make this a highly entertaining book to read. The book starts off badly for Madoc or Doc for short and things keep getting worse until he finds that he will need to marry for money. Evelina is a romantic and when she first meets Doc the attraction was clearly there. I loved the ending sweet justice was served. This was a good book you really should check out. I did receive a free copy of this book and voluntarily chose to review it.

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  • A charming Regency romance

    Earl of Brecken (Wicked Earls' Club) is the fifth book in the Once Upon A Widow series and is a charming Regency romance. I loved this historical romance between Evie and Madoc. The characters are delightful, likable, and believable. The descriptions in the story take the reader to the Regency era to learn of social norms and courtships. There is also a welcome touch of mystery and suspense. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • For Love or Money

    Madoc, Earl of Brecken, is forced to look for a bride with a hefty dowry after his estate manager stole from his family's estate over several years. Evaline is the daughter of a wealthy baronet in trade and she wants to be chosen for love and not her dowry. They are attracted to each other from first sight but Madoc doesn't know what her dowry is and if it will be enough to save his estate. Instead of thinking about how he shouldn't be leading her on if her dowry wasn't enough Madoc should have spent more time or had others for him tracking down the culprit and the missing money. Evie wasn't even sure if she was going to marry before her older sister Fenella but her parents encourage her not to wait if her heart is engaged.

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