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    Another unusual bride for a Cherrill son

    A beautifully written story dealing with the rarely covered topic of birth defects and showing what happens to aristocratic girls who get pregnant out of wedlock after their family learns of their secret. But at the same time it is a fun light-hearted romance involving the Cherrill family’s second son Douglas. There are some very funny scenes. Excellent blend of serious and fun, typical Victorian actions and more progressive ones. Eagerly awaiting the next siblings’ book. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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    Sweet and good

    Phoebe and Doug has a sweet courtship even though their circumstances were different and a tad bit difficult. Their journey to their HEA was sweet and humble in a time of adversity. Good read I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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    Delightful Romantic

    Such a delightful story that took me to a time and two wonderful characters that I got lost in the story. A debutante fooled by a gentleman, had to face the consequencies of that trust, in a time when ladies that bore children out of wedlock were often shunned and hidden away. Phoebe had been taken to a cottage in a beautiful place that she would not be known and would have her child and then give her away to a couple. But fate stepped in, and yes, I do believe so when her child was born with a cleft palate, because the couple would not take her. Even better, she met a wonderful man on her stroll when she ended up at the river with a wonderful strawberry patch! Those berries began this perfect romance that just won my heart. Doug is the second son of a Duke and was visiting their country home and wanted to relax. When he met Phoebe or rather, ran upon her when she was resting by the stream, they had such a fun interaction. I truly adored that man from the start! A heartwarming tale of two people who were perfect for each other, but could he accept her with her past and child? Don't miss this newest addition to the Cherrill Family series. This is a keeper!
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    Charming characters

    I spent a very enjoyable afternoon reading Allyson Jeleyne’s book. Lady Phoebe de Moncy has been sent away to have her illegitimate child and if that is not bad enough she knows after the birth it will be taken away from her. While away she meets Lord Douglas and I love how they meet. The author did such a good job of writing this gem with charming characters in a well-written piece you will find a story that you will love having in your collection of books. This is a book you will re-read again and again. I did receive a free copy of this book and voluntarily chose to review it.
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    Good read

    I enjoyed this book better than Book 1. I appreciated the hero being more broad minded re the heroines lot in life, her tenacious hold on her deformed daughter. It was refreshing!
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