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    Truly A 5 Star Masterpiece!

    Three Week to Wed (The Worthingtons) by Ella Quinn is truly a masterpiece and a series that you will want to watch out for and add to your library! A definite 5 Stars read! We start off in a little inn where Lady Grace Carpenter has had to stop due to the impending rain. She’s resting in the inn’s parlour when a gentleman enters. Mattheus (Matt), Earl of Worthington has also been stopped by the rains and at the inn finds a delightful young lady whom he shares dinner with and later the two end up in a rendezvous. Grace gave into her desires as she feels she will never get married and therefore never experience the touch of a man because she’s the guardian of her seven brothers and sisters and therefore has accepted a life of singlehood. However, upon this night of love and passion, Matt falls madly in love with “His Love” as he calls her and when he returns to London, he can’t get her out of his mind and goes in search of her. Grace comes to London to see her sister Charlotte’s come-out season and she learns the Worthington is also there for the season as his sister is coming out as well. She does all she can to avoid him, however she runs into him at a gathering and here again she falls into his arms and is enraptured by their love-making. Worthington loves Grace dearly and can’t see his life without her, he goes the next morning to seek her hand. Only to his surprise, he’s met with seven children and Grace confesses to him why she can’t marry him. However, he’s relentless and with the help of the children, eleven now in total counting his four sisters. He expresses his love and pleads for Grace to become his wife. Will Grace open her heart and become Matt’s wife? Will these two combine and create one big beautiful family? Quinn weaves a beautiful tale of love and deep passion between two remarkable people and her writing style is impeccable. Her characters just draw the reader in and welcome them into their lives and home. The twists and turns they all go through takes the reader on quite the ride. Quinn is truly a lady of words and weaves such a tale that is so vivid, the reader can’t help but feel as if they are right there, feeling, hearing and tasting it all. Three Weeks to Wed is a masterpiece and tells of the deep love and faith of this beautiful family. One can’t help but fall in love with the Worthingtons. I can’t wait for the next book in this series. **I received a copy of the book from the author for an honest review**
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    Great read

    Three Weeks To Wed by Ella Quinn is a fantastic read! Ms Quinn has delivered a well written book. The characters are many and amazing. They all have their own personalities and are well developed. Matt and Grace's story is full of drama, humor, suspense and sexy bits. Overall, it's a fun read. Three Weeks To Wed is book 1 of The Worthingtons Series, but can be read as a standalone. This is a complete book, not a cliff-hanger. I enjoyed Three Weeks To Wed and I look forward to reading more from Ella Quinn in the future. I won a copy of this book from Goodreads.
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    The characters were so dull. Seemed over half the book was about child raising and breakfast. Like being trapped on a housewives pinterest page.
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    Predictable and boring

    I liked the idea of the book but there were no surprises and the dialogue was painful to read. I would not recommend this book.
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    Excellent !!!

    I love the Grace and Miles story couldn't get enough of how things work out for the 2 families and all the children love it !!!

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