Thursday, 29 September 2016

My brown-eyed Earl - Anna Bennett

William Ryder, Earl of Castleton, is at the end of his noble rope. Not only has he broken ties with his longtime mistress, his mother has publicly announced her wish for him to marry a suitable young lady―if only to help him raise the twins left in his care. Hiring a governess should solve some of Will’s problems…but when he meets the candidate in question, he finds himself in an entirely new predicament.

Miss Margaret Lacey is brainy, beautiful, and, once upon a time, Will’s betrothed. But she bowed out of the engagement―and, since then, has never been the same. A tragic accident robbed her of everything, and now, at age twenty-three, her marital prospects are slim to none. Penniless but not without pride, Meg convinces the vexingly handsome Will to hire her for the job. What neither of them could have expected from this arrangement, however, is an attraction that burns stronger than ever. Are these two lost souls finally ready to be schooled in the art of love? 

My thoughts:
A wilting wallflower meets an Earl and everyone lives happily ever after.

Meg lives with her uncle, they have no money, and he is believed to be mad. Therefore the wilting wallflower part. She is kind, looks after her sisters and wants to earn money for her family. And that is how one becomes a governess.


Will is an Earl who suddenly gets his cousin's twins to take care of.  I liked how he started to fall for her fast. And how he cared nothing for his matchmaker mum who thought she knew better.

They do their dance. She takes care of the twins, she likes them, she even starts to like Will (there is history).

Conclusion:
It was a nice romance, with some passion too. I do want to know what happens to her sisters too.

Cover
cute


  • Kindle Edition, 352 pages
  • Expected publication: October 4th 2016 by St. Martin's Paperbacks
  • The Wayward Wallflowers #1
  • Historical romance
  • NG


51 comments:

  1. Oh! This sounds like my kind of historical romance. I need to read more of those!

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  2. My kind of story for sure! I haven't heard of this author before, but I'll add her to the list.

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  3. Sounds like my kind of historical romance!

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  4. Sounds like such a fairytale kinda story! The girl resembles Jennifer Lawrence little bit! 😅
    Haniya
    booknauthors.blogspot.com

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    1. I have another book and it so has the same model. Lawrence all around

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  5. This sounds good, and yes I love series with siblings :)

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  6. Very cute sounding - I like the fact they get back together again (second chances) with all the spark :)

    Thanks for stopping by Book Swoon!

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  7. Looks like a sweet, fun read. Glad the wilting wall flower was plucked.

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  8. Okay you were hooked into the series and it sounds alright!

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  9. This looks good and I love the cover.

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  10. Sounds like a nice romance. Thanks for the review.

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  11. oh I do like nice heroines like this one!!! sounds like a cute romance to read on a relaxing evening.

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  12. I like romances were the couple have a previous history - I think that makes their happily ever after more convincing.

    ~Mogsy @ BiblioSanctum

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  13. I really enjoyed this one and am looking forward to the next as well :)

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  14. I learned not a long ago that this author wrote as another name in HR and I loved what I tried so I'm curious

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    1. I just checked that when you mentioned it, I do not think I have read her other name

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  15. *waves weakly* And my work week is not yet over. What is this "weekend" thing?

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    1. It is the greatest invention EVER MADE

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    2. Unless you're working all weekend like I am....

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  16. oh so like a governess romance? I really love those

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  17. That title reminds me of that song!

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  18. Cute is good. I haven't read a HR in looooong time.

    Karen @For What It's Worth

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  19. Adding this one to my tbr list. Sounds great.

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