West End Earl

    • 3.9 • 24 Ratings
    • $6.99
    • $6.99

Publisher Description

From the series guaranteed to "win the hearts of Regency fans” comes a story of secret identities, unlikely love, and forbidden romances that will warm even the coldest of hearts (Publishers Weekly).

While most young ladies attend balls and hunt for husbands, Ophelia Hardwick has spent the last ten years in disguise. As the land steward for the Earl of Carlyle, she’s found safety from the uncle determined to kill her and freedoms a lady could only dream of. Ophelia’s situation would be perfect—if only she wasn’t hopelessly attracted to her employer.

Calvin, Earl of Carlyle, is determined to see his sister married this season. And he’ll do it with the help of his trusted right-hand man. But when he finds out Ophelia's secret, and that her life is in danger, his priorities change. Their attraction is passionate, all-consuming, and if they aren’t careful, it could turn downright deadly—for both of them.

June 29
Grand Central Publishing
Hachette Digital, Inc.

Customer Reviews

amylaurae ,

Different in a good way!

I read a ton of romance and this book wasn’t perfect but it was different and interesting. I wasn’t expecting the storyline although it could’ve had more in depth moments. The reveal to Cal was shallow, & some things needed to be explained more but let’s face it, we’re reading these books for light entertainment and the book kept me entertained for sure!
A quick fun read.

oo4chelle ,


Based on the description I thought this was going to be a great story, but it is more boring than watching paint dry. I’m less than halfway through it and I don’t care to know the rest.

Phee could be interesting if only the author would let her. She could be an amazing character with so much depth and strength but she is being held back. Why?

Calvin is weak. And spineless. He might be a nice guy but he’s just forgettable. I actually had to go back and look up his name to write this review.

Emma is useless. I understand the need for a more tangled storyline, but if I don’t read another word about her it will make the story better. She seems like an afterthought that could have been purged from the book altogether.

Eastly is a ridiculous character who is a spoiled child and should not be put up with. His storyline is so asinine as to be superfluous. Totally unbelievable.

I give this 2 stars strictly for Phee. Just wish the author would let her shine through.

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