Celia Lynton had been told her entire life that she couldn’t marry for love, marriage should be a business agreement, poor men were only after the family fortune, blah, blah, blah. But now, there is no fortune. There’s only debt, and an urgency to find a way to pay her younger brother’s tuition at a school that can tend to his special needs. So yeah, there’s going to be a marriage. One of convenience. Just like her parents wanted. She’ll marry a future Scottish earl—a very rich future earl—and her brother will get to attend school. There’s just one problem: Celia is in love with another man.
Carter Martin has loved Celia since they were kids. Never mind he’s too quiet, too studious for someone who lights up a room when she smiles, add to that his father works for her family. Being the son of the “help,” he could never be good enough for her. So he’s worked hard his entire life to show his boss, the Earl of Pembroke, that he can take over his father’s position as Steward of the estate some day and take care of the family who has taken care of his for generations. Little does he know, Celia has a plan of her own…an intimate trip to Italy where they won’t be able to keep their hands off each other. How can he resist the only woman he’s ever loved?
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So much emotion
Wow! To say this story is packed full of powerful emotion would be an understatement! Carter and Celia’s story is beautiful. I cried, I cheered and I smiled as I read their novel. Carter is the steward at Pembroke manor, while Celia is the Earls niece. The age old peerage don’t wed the help dilemma plus an added twist of Celia needing money to help her brother as her parents lost their fortune, threaten to keep these two apart. Thank goodness for happily ever afters ❤️❤️❤️