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A very good read.
on 4 October 2015
Caroline Lyncott, great grandaughter of the Duke of Bucklynde, has a secret. Years ago she was attacked and still bears the terrible scars. To escape the scandal and the reminders, she left everything behind to become housekeeper to a Scottish brother and sister. Gregory Murray, the Earl Of Hartfell, has a secret as well – he harbors a deep attraction to his housekeeper, Mrs. Lyncott. He knows she has a past, but doesn’t know how to fix the pain that still haunts her. His investigation leads him to the darkest London gaming hell and a villain too powerful to destroy. Can his love overcome her desperate past? Can she risk her heart despite the evil that still haunts her nightmares?
Caroline Lyncott is a housekeeper for Gregory, the Earl of Hartfell and has been crushing on for a while now. Little does she knows, that she intrigues him just as well. When Gregory switches her job from housekeeper, to a companion for his sister, who tends to get herself into trouble, things begin to get interesting.
The characters Caroline and Gregory were written so well, their connection was so deep and you could feel it from the very first dance they had together. I love the way the author took her time, to let the romance between the two bloom in a natural way.