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Andrew: Lord of Despair (The Lonely Lords Book 6) by [Burrowes, Grace]
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"Burrowes is a master at creating romantic tension ... With each installment Lonely Lords is fast becoming one of my favorite historical series of all time. " - 3 Chicks After Dark

"Her writing is crisp, clean and leaves readers wanting more. To me, Burrowes is the queen of romance." - BookLoons.com

"Grace Burrowes' vivid, well-developed, flawed characters, plus her way of weaving their lives together and her exquisite writing style seem to get better with each of her "Lonely Lords" novels. Her unique ability to make each book stand alone yet connect to the other books in the series amazes me. ANDREW; Lord of Despair engages the reader's emotions and senses from start to finish-a joy to read." - Long and Short Reviews

"A fantastic historical romance. It was sweet, steamy, thrilling, and full of secrets. I absolutely loved this book. Lovers of romance, this is a book that you have to check out." - Imagine a World

"We are treated to the wonderfully constructed plot and deep characterization that has come to be enjoyed and expected from this accomplished author. " - LaDeeta Reads

"I am hooked! Grace Burrowes is good; she is very, very good." - Romantic Historical Lovers

"Engaging, charming, flawed characters as well as suspenseful and intriguing storylines. Another hit by this author." - My Book Addiction Reviews

""Lonely Lords book 7 was another quick, entertaining read" Under the Boardwalk" - Under the Boardwalk

"Another Lonely Lord to Love! " - First Page to the Last...

" She is so talented at pulling heartstrings and providing believable stories with believable characters. All her leading men know how to protect and love, nurture, break hearts, flirt, and consume their chosen woman with so much desire you wonder how they can possibly deny the forming relationships.
" - The Reading Cafe

About the Author

New York Times and USA Today bestselling author GRACE BURROWES hit the bestseller lists with her debut, The Heir, followed by The Soldier and Lady Maggie s Secret Scandal. She has a Publishers Weekly Best Book of the Year and an RT Reviewers Choice Award. Grace is a practicing family law attorney and lives in rural Maryland.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1581 KB
  • Print Length: 384 pages
  • Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca (3 Dec. 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00FEMN0GA
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 11 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #143,563 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I saw that Grace Burrowes was a recognised author and thought her books would be better than they are. She admits to research, but what does she research. Certainly not language or food or behaviour of the times. We have the usual over 6' hero with an eyebrow or stare with dual personalities. One persona treats women in general as whores, mistresses, or objects of no value and the other persona decides that there is one woman who will be his project for the rest of his life to adore, protect, please and satisfy and breed with. She, who has a rather poor opinion of herself will submit initially to the pleasing and over a period of time also to the protection and breeding and they will live happily ever after. They will all scoot and slather and throw logs on the fire, carry tea trays, inhabit the kitchen (I never quite understood why the kitchens were so devoid of staff), eat American muffins (apple and cinamon in one book), and none of them, not one of them in all the books will behave as the aristocracy of the 18th and 19th Century. As a wee aside what's with the 'will he, nil he', could it possibly be willy nilly? What a disappointment. I must go and read some Georgette Heyer to remind me of the joy there is in good, accurate historical romance. Can I recommend that Grace reads some Georgette as research.
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I have been waiting for this book since ouur Hero Andrew first popped up in Grace's first book "The Heir" and I was not disappointed . As in all her books Grace makes us fall in love with her hero and heroine and I did this with Andrew and Astrid.
Astrid had fallen in love with Andrew at the age of seventeen but he had gone abroad and she had married someone else who had died leaving her pregrant . Andrew returns to this situation, carrying secrets with him which make him unhappy to marry or have children . The book is about their developing relationship and is wonderfully written. I also loved the relationship between Andrew's brother Gareth and Andrew and how they were there for each other when needed.

This has to be my favourite book so far
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This is the fifth book in the Lonely Lords series that I have read. Initially, I was a bit out of sequence, but when I decided that I would eventually like to read them all, I thought it would be better to read them in order. Imagine my irritation to find that this book is billed (see above!) as Book 6. Believe me - it is Book 7! And it has rather pulled the carpet out under the real Book 6 (Gareth) as these are closely connected stories and I now know too much about what happened to Gareth earlier on. PLEASE will someone sort this out so no-one else gets the stories muddled!

Because I hadn't read the very connected real Book 6, it took me a while to 'read into' the personal relationships, although, as with all Ms Burrowes' books, I eventually got immersed with the characters and the events surrounding them.

Andrew was severly traumatised by a sea tragedy as a 15-year-old and this affected his relationship with women, and, to a certain extent, his brother Gareth. The story-line is somewhat complicated to explain concisely, but basically it involved his relationship with Astrid, his brother's wife's sister - if you follow me! She has recently been widowed and is expecting a child who - if male - could be the heir to his father's vicountcy. There seem to be attempts on Astrid's life and members of her late husband's family are suspected of trying to remove the possible heir. To get her away from them (who would have control over her if she remained unmarried), her brother and Andrew's brother were keen for Andrew to marry her, and bring her back within their control.

As usual, Ms Burrowes portrays warm characters - I always take to her heroes - and I really cared about what happened between Andrew and Astrid. I would certainly recommend this to those who don't know Ms Burrowes work. Those who do will need no encouragement to read this tale!
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5 out of 5 for this reader folks!

WOW .. the Lord of Despair! NO KIDDING! We met Andrew in Gareth's book as he is Gareth's younger brother. Andrew was in one heck of a traumatic accident (that Gareth feels responsible for) when he was younger and he never has quite learned to deal and get over it. He closes himself off and goes inside his internal protective bubble all the while hiding the pain from those he loves. Andrew met Astrid (who just so happens to be Felicity's sister) in Gareth's book, and feels a personal protective instinct towards her. She seems to bring out his kind and caring side.

Four years have passed from Gareth's to Andrew's books and we learn that Astrid is now widowed only after two years of marriage. Andrew has been travelling for the past four years and decides it is time to come home. When he sees Astrid again, not only do all his feelings surface, but he is blown away by the distinguished lady before him, whom was always just a immature, silly outspoken young girl in his eyes. Marriage was boring to Astrid and consisted of no passion at all and has also left her with child.

The strong friendship that had formed between Andrew and Astrid in the past not only comes forth, but a bond like no other is created. They revel in each other's company, give in to their passion, fall completely in love and ultimately deny each other the long term commitment they both deserve. When danger promises to bring peril, Andrew must fave his demons and decide whether protecting Astrid is worth throwing away all his rules and beliefs.

I tell you, Grace Burrowes can write a mean romance (the fact that she writes my fave genre doesn't hurt either .. WINK). I do not reread books all that often but this series is on my "to read again" pile.
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