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The Bookseller and the Earl

(The Merry Misfits of Bath #1)

by Callie Hutton

File Size: 2694 KB

Print Length: 174 pages

Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited

Publisher: Callie Hutton (October 22, 2019)

Publication Date: October 22, 2019

Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC

Language: English


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Merry Misfits book 1Miss Addie Mallory is finished with the husband hunt. After six London Seasons as a wallflower, she convinces her parents that she should be allowed to use her dowry to buy a bookstore in Bath where she can live her life the way she wants.

Lord Grayson, Earl of Berkshire, has never gotten over his deceased wife’s betrayal with his own brother. He plans to make his life all about his son, Michael, who is deaf. When Grayson’s sister-in-law serves him with court papers declaring Michael incompetent with the intention of having her own son named as Grayson’s rightful heir, he turns to Addie, a dyslexic bookstore owner, for help.

Addie takes a personal interest in helping the boy. However, as time passes, Grayson and Addie’s joint venture to keep Michael from being declared incompetent leads to feelings and desires neither one of them expected.

Or necessarily wanted.

My Thoughts:

A wonderful story of a misfit young lady who gets another chance at love.

Callie Hutton never fails to entertain me.
This first book in the Marry Misfits of Bath is not an exception.
Grayson and Addie are a perfect fit.
Addie is a compassionate lady and her almost immediate caring and love for Grayson’s young deaf son is just one example of her nature.
That their situation would lead to marriage because they were caught in a compromising situation is unthinkable.
I can hardly wait for the next book in the series.
Callie Hutton has once again entertained this reader.
I borrowed this book with my KindleUnlimited subscription and hope to be able to also read the others coming up in this series.

Mistletoe Magic

A Regency Romance

Home for Christmas Book 2

by Rose Pearson

File Size: 2762 KB

Print Length: 182 pages

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Publisher: Landon Hill Media 

Publication Date: October 31, 2019

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Language: English


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A Lady betrothed to the wrong man…will she make the right choice?Mistletoe Magic Cover

Lady Georgiana is now betrothed. Her brother, the Earl of Allerton, has chosen a suitable gentleman but when Georgiana meets him, she finds him rude, arrogant, and selfish.

Knowing it would be unwise to cry off, Georgiana tries to build a regard for Lord Poole, only to find her heart stolen by someone entirely unsuitable – Mr. Oliver Lowell, a wealthy financier from Boston. Whilst Mr. Lowell is treated with respect by society, Georgiana knows she cannot let him steal her heart. Yet Lord Poole is even worse than she expected.

Aware that Mr. Lowell will return to America after Christmas, Georgiana cannot bear the thought that she will never see him again. But if she leaves with him, then the scandal will be so great that she can never return to England! And what will her betrothed, Lord Poole, do if he discovers she intends to cry off?

Will Georgiana do what is expected … or follow her heart?

The Waiting Bride, the first book of

The Returned Lords of Grosvenor Square 

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The Waiting Bride

A Regency Romance

The Returned Lords of Grosvenor Square (Book 1) 

by Rose Pearson

Introducing “The Waiting Bride” – the first

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The Returned Lords of Grosvenor Square!
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File Size: 1814 KB

Print Length: 218 pages

Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1795451815

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Publisher: Landon Hill Media

Publication Date: January 30, 2019

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Language: English


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The Waiting Bride“Earnestly awaiting your return,
Marianne Weston”

Every letter to Lord Philip Galsworthy from his waiting bride closed with the same words.

And they always made his heart sink.

He knew the words were not for him, but for their families who took great delight in reading the correspondence between them. In truth, Marianne had told him in secret, with great relief to himself, that she too was not excited by the long-held expectation of their marriage.

And so, by excusing himself through duty to King and Country, Lord Philip Galsworthy managed to hold off the wedding for a year with hopes that the two families’ interest in seeing them married would wane.

With more effort he also managed to extend his station in India for another year, and then another, but now there was nothing more he could do.

He had to return home, and the wedding plans would be already in motion by the time his ship saw the shores of England again.

Their ages would not permit any more postponements, and so it was time for him to return and fulfill his duty to house and family.

Only, his time away exposed a loneliness that he never knew was quite there. A loneliness that was only remedied by the regular letters from Marianne, which slowly turned his memory of her from the duty he was trying to avoid to the love he could not live without.

Cringing again at the closing to the last letter he received, Philip wonders if it’s possible for her feelings to have changed as well, or is his return still secretly dreaded by his now beloved Marianne.

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