The Wetherby Brides, Book 3
When Chloe Hawthorne is asked to chaperone her cousin during the London Season, it is with a heavy heart that she departs her home and family in Essex.Though she has been widowed for more than a year, she has yet to move on, and is loathe to do so. But when she meets her cousin's fiancee, Lord Andrew Wetherby, she must choose between honoring her cousin's impending marriage and following her heart.
Andrew Wetherby has chosen the perfect bride. She is well bred and beautiful - what more could the second son of a marquess ask for? However, when Lady Elizabeth's new chaperone arrives on the scene, he knows he's made a mistake of monumental proportions. The young widow with the russet curls captures his undivided attention, but as a gentleman, there is little he can do about it...or is there?
DIsmissing the Duke
This is the first time I have read any of your books. I really enjoyed the ups and the downs in the story. By the way, I have never read many books before and have really enjoyed my new adventure of reading. Thank you for helping to inspire me....
Not a Romance: Weak Morale for Main Characters
The writing is not bad it’s just the story line. This was by far the weakest book in the series. The main characters are weak in every way (morale, character, physically) and there’s no redemption. The author made an effort to develop each persons character which makes it doubly difficult to embrace the main characters given the genre. The so-called hero & heroine, habitually use people, especially their relatives from beginning to end! Any attempt to describe this as a lovers tryst is just wrong. How can a woman be so attracted/ in-love with a man who takes from her while engaged to her cousin and only comes for her the night before his wedding because she’s pregnant. No happy ending or fairy tale just a morally bankrupt man/Lord and a dumb woman.
Love this series so far!
I am enjoying this series so far! I cannot wait to dive into book 4!