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    No Earl's Allowed

    I like to read of the Regency era. I have grabbed all of the books I can feed from Shana. This is one of them. I would think this is an adult read and more so to the end. Shana gave us a good story line! Neil is wishing he died in the war and not his brother! He has to protect Juliana as she saves 12 boys. They are all different. She got them as her sister died after her sister had her son. Now Juliana has a slum lord who wants her or lose her boys. Neil thought it would be simple. Hah! He fixes problems. He brings the boys to the snuff! Major Spoiler! Juliana always thinks about her nephew Davy as his father took him to his home. There were 2 fires and will they all live or is someone left? I would still recommend you to read this book. Don't let this book get away from you! Please choose to read this story and pass it on! Enjoy reading this book!
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    Witty Romance

    Humorous tales of love blossoming in an orphanage, between a retired soldier and a Lady of the Tonn.
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    Only this earl will do!

    Major Neil Wraxall, after a few hours of fitful sleep, goes to the Draven Club. The Master of the House has a message from Neil’s father, the Marquess of Kensingon; Neil is to go fetch Lady Juliana, the daughter of his father’s long-time friend, the Earl of St. Maur. Juliana’s Sunnybrooke Home for Boys is far from sunny: the building is decrepit, the cook just quit, and the boys are misbehaving. Juliana has been there a few months, and it has never been worse. She had to hurry for an emergency, and to top it off, Mr. Slag, a crime lord, makes an unwanted appearance. Slag had already offered Juliana his “protection”, and his insistence is becoming more threatening. Neil knows Juliana needs help, but how can a soldier deal with a stubborn woman and a passle of wild boys? Neil still has nightmares over a mission gone wrong and the death of his brother; he does not feel equipped to deal with love. When her sister Harriett died, Juliana dealt with her grief in occupying herself with charity work, and it has come to mean everything for her, more than even thinking of having a family of her own. The handsome Major though is a welcome distraction, if a temporary one. While she doesn’t want Neil’s help, she cannot deny that the orphanage might need a man’s touch, and it was quite a sight to see the army man at work with the boys, and their pets. A slight trigger warning might be in order here for readers with a serious aversion to rats, because said pets are rats: Mark, Matthew, and Luke. A single line had me in stitches: “We don’t discuss John”. Even though Juliana and Neil don’t see eye to eye when it comes to her presence at the orphanage, Neil cannot deny that the boys need help, which proves to be an eye-opener for him. Working alongside the fetching Juliana is no hardship either, and I loved the build-up to the culmination of their attraction: it was perfectly timed; nothing was rushed; it was just lovely and always believable; you know their love will last. NO EARLS ALLOWED, book #2 in the Survivors series, stands perfectly on its own, and while Neil is joined briefly by some of his comrades, but newcomers to the series will not feel lost. NO EARLS ALLOWED is a gentle and very romantic story where Juliana and Neil act like adults; there are no misunderstandings, no miscommunications, no undue silliness, and the action feels realistic, which is a rare thing these days. And let’s not forget the darkly mysterious Jasper and the irresistibly roguish Rafe. I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
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    So much fun to read

    I received an ARC of this book from NetGalley to read in exchange for a fair review. No Earls Allowed is the second book in Shana Galen’s exciting new series The Survivors. You can read this book as a stand alone but I really enjoyed the first one so I would suggest reading them both. Major Neil Wraxall is the natural son of the Marquess of Kensington who has always acknowledged him. When Neil’s brother is killed during battle he accepts a commission to head up a suicide squad during the war with France. He has returned from the war suffering from PTSD and guilt for surviving when others did not. Lady Juliana, daughter of the Earl of St Maur too has suffered a great loss in her life, her sister and nephew and she has channeled her grief into running a terribly decrepit orphanage. These two clash when Neil is sent by their fathers to bring her back to Mayfair. Juliana has no intention of leaving the boys in the orphanage especially now that her teacher and cook have quit and she is being harassed by the local gang leader Slag who has designs on her making Neil’s job a lot more complicated. Their adventure is quite exciting, very steamy and I highly recommend it. Publishing Date March 6, 2018. #NoEarlsAllowed #NetGalley
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    Brave love

    Brave Julia and Neil for working together for the children. It's so nice to see the sparks grows throughout the scene.
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