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A Warriner To Protect Her (Mills & Boon Historical) (The Wild Warriners, Book 1) by [Heath, Virginia]
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Book 1 of 2 in The Wild Warriners (2 Book Series)

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About the Author

Virginia Heath lives on the outskirts of London with her understanding husband and two, less understanding, teenagers. After spending years teaching history,she decided to follow her dream of writing for Harlequin. Now she spends her days happily writing regency romances, creating heroes that she falls in love with and heroines who inspire her. When she isn't doing that, Virginia likes to travel to far off places, shop for things that she doesn't need or read romances written by other people.

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4.0 out of 5 stars Stellar start to a new series 24 April 2017
By Blue Rose - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
A WARRINER TO PROTECT HER opens with a bang, as heiress, Violet (Letty) Dunston, is bound and gagged and being whisked off to Gretna Green. Her kidnapper is an elderly earl, who is in cahoots with her sleazy uncle, and plans to force her into marriage so he can control her sizable fortune. When the earl falls asleep, and the area they are traveling is wooded, Letty opts to take a chance and leaps from the carriage. Though battered from her fall, Letty takes to the woods and manages to elude her captors.

After a rare evening out, Jack Warriner is heading home when he encounters Letty, who by this time is panicked and nearly frozen. When she collapses, Jack takes her to his home, where he and his three brothers do their best to revive her. Though there was some doubt, Letty does regain consciousness and begins to recover. She obviously doesn't know her rescuers, and is initially very cagey about what she reveals, not sure if they are trustworthy. Eventually, the Warriner brothers learn the truth, and vow to protect Letty, and hide her in their home for the remaining month until she turns twenty-one and gains control of her fortune.

Jack is an honorable man. He has spent his adult life raising his younger brothers when his parents died, and has worked tirelessly to erase the stain his dissolute father left on the family name. He also labors to restore their farm, while they live on a shoestring budget. Jack is actually an earl, but he doesn't use the title. The work consumes him, and it's an uphill battle, as it seems that their business contacts still remember the father's misdeeds instead of Jack's current honesty and integrity. This situation has made Jack a very serious man, one with a lot of pride and determination. He's not about to let a misguided attraction to a wealthy society girl distract him, or lead him to have false hopes.

After some initial awkward moments, when Letty wants a maid to attend her, then requests that the cook serve different meals, then suggests that the housemaids aren't adequately cleaning, she realizes that there are no servants and that she has wounded Jack's pride greatly. She then takes on the household tasks herself - cleaning, and even learning how to cook. Letty begins to feel very at home at Markham Manor, and wonders if she might have a permanent place there. She's also very attracted to Jack, but confused by his hot and cold manner.

After my initial doubts about Letty, I came to see that she was solid gold inside. She's down to earth and not wrapped up in society's phoniness. She's hardworking and caring and passionate, and a perfect match for Jack, if he can just be convinced. Jack is so beaten down by the burdens he carries, but he doesn't give up. He's leery of relationships, based on what he saw in his parents' marriage, and his pride recoils from the image of himself being thought a fortune hunter. A WARRINER TO PROTECT HER is an enjoyable and romantic read with great characters. I'm looking forward to the upcoming stories about the remaining three brothers, as I already fell a bit in love with them - well, two of them. (I'm reserving judgment on that charming lothario until we're better acquainted.) Virginia Heath has written a terrific introduction to this new series, and I'm happy to recommend it.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Fabulous Read!!! 18 April 2017
By Alison10 - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I have just finished this book and Wow!!! I absolutely loved every minute of it. On the one hand not being able to put it down and on the other not wanting it to end!

The story had me riveted from the very first paragraph. The writing flowed and the characters were very engaging.
This first book in the series is about Jack Warriner the oldest of the four brothers and Letty a beautiful tea heiress who is betrayed by her money hungry Uncle.
Jack finds her in distress one cold winter night and rescues her.
He brings her back to his home Markham Manor where he and his brothers nurse her back to health and keep her safe.
The description of Markham Manor make you believe that you are really there living amongst the brothers and Letty, watching the growing relationship between Jack and Letty.

I cannot wait to read the next book in the series about these four brothers.
This author has quickly become one of my favourites and I will be purchasing her future novels and also her back catalogue.

Very highly recommended to all lovers of historical romances!!

I was given a free arc for a honest review
5.0 out of 5 stars I've carried this book around with me for days and now I'm devastated that it's over. 18 April 2017
By Amy Ella - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Wow! What an opening scene! Fast, full of intrigue, suspense and set the pace for the entire book wonderfully. I would have happily stayed in... what's the opposite of a man cave? Delightful den! Until this tale was over but I've carried this book around with me for days and now I'm devastated that it's over.

Jack Warriner, our hero is the eldest of four brothers and he is the essence of 'man' “...Primal... Male... Territorial...” He protects what is his fiercely and without reservation. His past shaping him into a man I'd take out to dinner anytime.

But what Jack needed, to break his resolute need to be the 'responsible one' was “... a feisty woman to stand up to him...” and she came in the form of the 'Tea' heiress Violet 'Letty' Dunston.

Saving our heroine, from what I can only describe as a breath-taking scene, Letty becomes Jack's ward and as she counts down the days and hours until she is free, love blossoms...

But Jack refuses to believe that a 'Tea heiress' could possibly love a farmer with such a tarnished name and past. But he wanted to “slay Dragons” for Letty. Theoretical Dragons, but Dragons nevertheless! All to protect his damsel in distress, Letty...

Letty is courageous and tenacious, a role-model for any era. Letty breaks down Jack's barriers by simply being herself. Jack and Letty both have an overwhelming need to 'belong' and to be recognised for who they truly are, and oh my, did they, in each other arms.

Not only have I fallen in love with one brother Jack, I have fallen in love with four, Jack, Jamie, Joe and Jacob, 'The Wild Warriners.'

Virginia Heath's clever writing has given me solid snippets, into each of these characters without detracting from the central romance and it was difficult not to let affection swell for each of these brothers. So different in personalities yet all of them alluring and lovable.

The writing is complex but light, witty and clever. I can not wait for the next installment in this series!

I was given an ARC copy for an honest review.
5.0 out of 5 stars They are wasted in pillows 20 April 2017
By Michelle Cunliffe - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
If you ask me there are not enough feathers in the food. They are wasted in pillows.

Only a fool would develop such a powerful emotion for a man who largely behaved as if she didn't exist.

These are my two favourites quotes from the book. If you liked the film Seven Brides For Seven Brothers then you will love this book, but even if you have never seen the film then I highly recommend that you read this book, Virginia you did a wonderful job and a different take on the film I loved it this book from start to finish.

My Review

Violet Dunston or Letty is a Tea Heiress, both of her parents died in a carriage accident and her uncle moved in with her. Her uncle and The Earl of Bainbridge come up with a plan which sees the Earl wanting to marry Letty, and then kill her for her money. The Earl of Bainbridge, durgs and bind and gags Letty and they are on their way to Gretna Green, when Letty escapes from the Earl.

Jack Warriner is the older brother to Jamie the war hero and was seriously wounded, Joe who would dearly love go to medical school and become a doctor and Jacob the youngest who loves reading about the London gossip and is a lovable rogue.

The manor were the brothers live has over the years been completely run down by their father who was a drunk and didn't care about the estate or his sons, there mother died when Jack was fourteen and since then he has brought up his younger brothers. Jack is trying to get the estate back to earning money so that he and his brothers can have a comfortable life and he also comes up against the locals who can't forget how his father treated them and Jack is determined to change their opinion of them.

This is were Jack finds Letty in the woods because she has managed to escape the carriage. From here we see that the Warriner brothers help Letty get better and she also comes to realise that she wants to be part of the family, and she also makes the manor into a home, which is something that Jack, Jamie, Joe and Jacob have never had before.

I don't want to give too much away, but look out for when Jack has to rescue a sheep and Letty drools over Jacks body, that scene is the best.

In the book we have highs and lows, and above all a love story that will melt the hardest of hearts.

I give the book 5/5, it so deserves more.

I cannot wait to read about Jamie. The Warriners brothers are going to be the most brilliant series ever.

I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.
5.0 out of 5 stars A Warriner to Protect Her – an excellent read 20 April 2017
By Jan - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
A Warriner to Protect Her – an excellent read

This is, apparently, the first of a four-part series, although I’m sure each book can be read as a standalone.

The Warriners are four brothers who work their farm/estate in Nottinghamshire. Not only did Jack, the eldest, inherit the estate and the title but also the family’s dreadful reputation. Coming from a long line of cheats, drunkards, and wastrels Jack and his brothers are faced with almost insurmountable difficulties in order to get their property to make a profit again. Working all hours and doing the very best they can they are slowly making headway.

Enter Letty, an heiress who is in dire straits. Jack rescues her in the middle of the night during a storm. Over the following month, they fall in love. As always, there are obstacles in the way of true love including men with murder on their minds.

Each of the four Warriner brothers are wonderful. Ms. Heath is a wonder when it comes to drawing characters. I fell under the brothers’ spell within the first couple of chapters. Letty is a delightful and resourceful heroine. I’ve read every one of Virginia’s books for Harlequin/Mills & Boon and so far, there hasn’t been a single dud. Her writing is superb. Her characters are well-rounded and real.

I thoroughly recommend this story and cannot wait for the next three in the series.
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