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    Perfect

    Be still my heart. I knew this would be amazing because it is by one of my very favorite authors that is always a must read. She can bring the imperfect broken hero to life like no other and that is my favorite trope of all. To see their journey to love always warms my heart and in this one, there is the heroine who has been in love with him since she first saw him when she was fifteen. Sigh. Phillip, the Earl of Kent. Lost his parents when he was young and had a great sadness.. Years later he almost lost his life and became a broken man in more ways than one. Ella Lonsdale is the sister of Graham, Phillip's close friend and has always had a tender place in her heart for him. When he is badly hurt she nurses him to the point he can walk. But Phillip know he cannot get involved with her and why would she want him? Broken, inside and out and nothing to give. Fortunately, determined woman can work miracles and that is what she intends to do with Phillip. Can he find peace and love? As I said in the beginning, this touched my heart and I loved Phillip and Ella who were meant to be together. Thank you Lauren!
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    O Romeo, Romeo, wherefore art thou Romeo?

    Just like Romeo and Juliet there is the first blush of love for Ella. There is tragedy for Phillip. Although Ella still feels unrequited love for her Romeo, she still attempts to reach out to him. Phillip unsure of himself finds that Ella gives him purpose again. But most importantly he faces his fear and reaches out for his Juliet hoping he has not lost her. A sweet melodrama. I received a copy of this book from the author and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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