It’s not fair. Titled rakes can practically get away with murder, but one tiny little misstep and a debutante is sent away to the country. Which is where Lady Natalie Spencer is stuck after jilting her betrothed. Frustrated with her banishment, she’s finished being a good girl and ready to be a little naughty. Luckily she has brothers, one of whom has brought home his delightfully gorgeous friend.
After recently inheriting an earldom, Garrett Castleton is determined to turn over a new leaf and shed the roguish lifestyle he adopted years ago. His friend’s sister, no matter how enticing, is out-of-bounds. He has a run-down estate to manage and tenants to save from destitution.
Can love find a compromise between the two, or will their stubbornness get them into even more trouble?
I HIGHLY RECOMMEND!!
The more I read Annabelle Anders’s books, the bigger fan I am becoming. A Lady’s Prerogative is the 2nd book in Lord Loves a Lady series and I am hoping this series will never end! I know that it is just wishful thinking however, this book can be read as a standalone but I recommend you read Nobody’s Lady to really understand why Garrett Castleton, Earl of Hawthorn is the way he his. Annabelle has an amazing writing talent that just draws you into her book from the first page to the very last page. The descriptions are so clear and vivid that you really feel like you are back in 1824 England. This story is so original and delightful that I could not put this book down. Oh and the characters are just wonderful, Lady Natalie Spencer is a favorite of mine! This story has a broken engagement, kindness so true that they put some else before themselves, friendships, arranged marriage, possible madness, misunderstandings, unexpected guess, deception, a new growing friendship, trust, brotherly love, misjudgment in character, scandal, disapproval, evil but is there love? You will just have to read this story to find out! I highly recommend this book, you will not be disappointed! Bravo Annabelle Anders Bravo!
***This book was gifted to me and I am voluntarily reviewing.
Historical Romance at its finest.
I was given a free digital copy of this book and am offering my honest review.
This is the first book I have read by Annabelle Anders and it will not be my last. I loved this story. The hero and heroine are both battling the strictures of society in their own way. She’s stifled and unfulfilled. He’s been slandered by his fathers misdeeds. They come together in a storyline that is emotional and still sets the pages to sizzling. I abhor spoilers so will not delve into the plot. Suffice it to say, if you are a fan of love and happiness, you will be a fan of this book.