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    The Ransleigh boys strike again!

    Theodora Branwell is one of those indomitable heroines that you just wish you knew! She is smart, capable and a bit stubborn, but also with the biggest heart! She has followed the drum with her father into the depths of a terrible war. She has loved and lost, and she has come through it with an understanding of how to get things done. Maybe not with societies restraints in mind, but that is ok with Miss Theo. Dominic Ransleigh is a war hero. He doesn't feel very heroic, but he has come home, minus one arm and the use of one eye. He is scarred in more than just the physical sense. He has come home to heal and try to figure out what to do with his life, now that he can no longer pursue the things he thought would carry him through his life. Can these two people, who have been so affected by war, come back to England and make something of themselves before grief takes them over? Dom has properties and money, so there is no worry there. Theo does as well. She knows what she will be doing. She has in her party some children. Orphans of the war that she has decided to take care of. She loves these children and will see what she can do to make their lives a little better. Dom now needs to figure out how to go on. They meet when Theo wants to rent a small building on Dom's property and the fun starts from there! Realizing they both feel the same comfort of shared experiences, things get a bit warmer from there. There is something between them. Some spark of attraction. Neither wants to admit it, but neither one can forget it. The characters in this book are very real people! Julia Justiss has a way of writing that makes you feel like you are one of the servants watching things play out. You are able to get so into the story that you forget it's a book. It is a wonderful way to write and I truly appreciate the talent it takes to write this way. I would recommend this book to any Regency Romance lover! It is a bit hot in places! I also love the cover of this book. The "regency feel" is wonderful! *I received a copy of this book for my honest review*

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