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  • Nothing but Time

    When Lady Gwendolyn Marie Worthington is forced to marry a much older man she figures she will never have love in her life. Her husband is a very cruel man who blames her for his own failings. Then one day she meets her brothers good looking business associate, and all of the long forgotten longings suddenly resurface. Neville Quinn, Earl of Drayton doesn't want a long term romance as he's happy with the way his life is until he unexpectedly meets the sister of the Duke of Hartford. He still resists giving his heart to another woman especially one who is married to another man. Can they both overcome the obstacles put before them and will their love prevail? Once again Sherry Ewing has written a winner. Many years later these are the decedent's of Dristan and Amiria. This couldn't get any better. Ms Ewing is highly talented and knows how to write a novel that will captivate you from the beginning until the very end. I also loved the fact that a certain ghost from Berwyck Castle may still be watching out for the inhabitants so many generations later.

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  • Absolutely Fabulous!

    With every book I read of Ms. Ewing's, I keep thinking that it can't possibly get better. Then it does. This first book in the new series, A Family of Worth, is fabulous. Forced into a marriage of convenience to satisfy a family debt and promise, Lady Gwendolyn is miserable. Her husband is old, mean and flawed. My heart broke for her. Thank goodness Gwendolyn's younger brother made it his mission to see to her happiness. Enter Neville, the Rogue who makes women swoon. He would rather love them and leave them then get roped into marriage. Until.......... Despite his roguish ways, I adored him. The heart sometimes says yes, when the mind doesn't. That is love. I loved how Ms. Ewing connected Berwyk Castle from her previous books to this one. It made me smile! I can't wait to see where this series takes us. There are many more stories to tell. Maybe a ghost or two (hoping for Rolf) makes an appearance!

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  • Wonderful!!

    I knew when I opened the first page this would be a great story. Of course I was not disappointed because Sherry Ewing is a master of drawing the reader in and not letting go until the end. This is the tale of the arranged marriage of a young girl, Lady Gwendolyn to a man old enough to be her father. It was actually her father who had sealed the deal prior to his death. Determined to make the best of it, she really had no chance because her husband was very cruel and had some secrets problems and blamed her for his shortcomings. In a chance meeting while she is out with her brother, a man happens to meet her eye and they are both struck immediately by each other. Neville, Earl of Drayton is actually a business associate of her brothers and they are introduced that fateful day. Thus an emotional roller coaster begins as Gwendolyn and Neville run into each other and then are put together at times. But what can become of their attraction? She is married after all. Through page after page, I could not wait to find out what happened and at the end my heart smiled for this couple! I truly cannot wait for more in this series to see how some of the secondary characters find their Happy Ever After. Thank you Sherry for another excellent story!

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  • Nothing but time

    Lord Bernard Sandhurst did not deserve Gwendolyn or is first wife either ,blackmail to get her should not have happen her brothers Hartford and Brandon should have found away to save her from him ,then she falls for Lord Neville Drayton .her husband was more cruel then I could believe he got what he deserved to bad is condition does not get know in town that would have mad things right

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  • An emotional read

    What an amazing story of a triangle of trouble, unhappiness and romance. Gwen is a young lady married to Sandhurst who is a lecher and old enough to be Gwen's father. There was trouble in the marriage from the beginning and Sandhurst blamed Gwen for everything. Her life was miserable. Sandhurst kept her close to him and did not let her make calls or receive her best friend. Gwen heart is a tender one, being abused by her husband and she did not know how long she could take it. When she met Neville, they had an instant connection. Though they tried to keep it at a friendship level they could not. Gwen had run away to Scotland with Neville to avoid Sandhurst's plans of a honeymoon aboard his boat. Sandhurst finally came to drag Gwen back but without her brother's consent he would have to wait, or would he? He abducted her and kept her on a boat for about a month. Sandhurst was seriously ill. They returned to London for him to recuperate but with his dying breath he cursed her and Neville's future that he would always be with her and never let her go. The mourning period was excruciating for both Gwen and Neville as they did not want to shame their family or provide fodder for gossip. They had to wait till the mourning period was over. It wasn't until an old acquaintance of Neville and Gwen's best friend gave them both the same advice. Don't wait to be happy. An emotionally moving story that had a bittersweet ending. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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