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To Take This Lord (The Brides of Bath Book 4) Kindle Edition
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Two years on and his lack of attention to his children is giving great concern to his two sisters. They tell him that he needs to be more attentive,a proper father. They suggest he either remarries or hires a woman of genteel birth to care for his children. His sister Glee has an idea her best friend Sally Spencer knows George's children well, they are very fond of Sally she would be an ideal candidate. But Sally and George have had many differences of opinion in the past. Sally is an outspoken girl, Glee thinks she might just be what George needs.
George after seeing Sally with his children. Sees how much his son and daughter are attached to Sally, but she is the niece of an Earl. He cannot in good concience ask her to become his children's governess, and live under the same roof with him with no chaperone. So he asks Sally to marry him. This is to be a marriage of convenience, and will not be consummated. Sally agrees, what George does not know is that Sally has always been in love with him. But she would rather be married to him herself, than see him marry another woman for the second time. The first was painful enough for her. After their marriage George continues his drinking and gambling, putting their finances in jeopardy. Putting her foot down with him, she eventually persuades him to take her and the children home to Hornsby his country seat. Now if she could just persuade him to fall in love with her and forget the late Diana.
But there is also an unseen enemy, who is out to destroy George. Which eventually puts his life in danger.
Once again Cheryl Bolen excels in this genre, her knowledge of this period is second to none IMO.Read more ›
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What an unbelievable yet stunningly told storyline. Another great romance from the gifted pen of Cheryl Bolen. I have rarely enjoyed regency romances morePublished 20 months ago by katymay
While I liked this story and the H/h, the villain and the villain's motivations were suspect and a very weak part of the overall story, too contrived. Read morePublished on 14 Mar. 2015 by Dee
Not too bad a story,you tend to know the end before it is reached,did not really hold my attention ,tended to skip pages.Published on 11 Jun. 2013 by delidame
Oh please! NO sheep I have very seen would stand around waiting for someone to slaughter them one by one. I live in sheep. farming country. Read morePublished on 7 Jun. 2013 by Fife Flyer
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