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    Oh, Henry!

    Now that Lord Henry Pomeroy’s three daughters are all happily married, he wants to marry their chaperone Lady Selina Crampton. Even though they have lived in the same house, come to know each, and fallen in love, Selina tells him she can’t marry him – yet. It seems that her despicable husband left money for their daughters, only if she didn’t remarry before they found husbands. The solicitors say there is no way to break the condition, there are some ugly rumors about why Selina has left Henry’s household, and the Crampton heir is after a way to get to the money. Henry is lonely, unhappy, and determined to find a way for them to be together, sooner rather than later. Is it possible or will poor Henry be forced to wait? Henry and Selina are delightful characters. They are just a little older that most in these stories. They are very much in love and have a comfortable relationship. I had to laugh at Henry when Selina and her girls moved out of his house. He had a terrible case of empty nest syndrome. I thoroughly enjoyed this charming and heartwarming story, and the wonderful surprise at the end.
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    Great story

    This is a well written and enjoyable story revolving around Selina who has been the chaperone to Lord Pomeroy’s two daughters as they make their debut. Now they are married and she prepares to leave his home with her own two daughters. Pomeroy has proposed numerous times, she has refused and now she explains why. She can’t marry him right now. To keep from telling any more of the story, at the end there is a happy ending and a new addition to the family. This is a good, clean romance appropriate for any young adult. It is a good read and I would highly recommend it.
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    Sad to have come to the end.

    It's been fun watching Selina and Henry tap dance around their feelings. The attraction has always been an obvious one. Now it's time to explore where their hearts can take them. For the Love of the Lady is a hint at goodbye and a glance at a new beginning. Hutton has drawn up an alluring tale of love that could be precious, if the prospective groom can convince his unwilling bride to risk her heart on him. I'm sad to have come to the end of such a captivating series.
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