The Survivors' Club: Six men and one woman, all wounded in the Napoleonic Wars, their friendship forged during their recovery at Penderris Hall in Cornwall. Now, in the fourth novel of the Survivors' Club series, Flavian, Viscount Ponsonby, has left this refuge to find his own salvation-in the love of a most unsuspecting woman.. Flavian, Viscount Ponsonby, was devastated by his fiancEe's desertion after his return home. Now the woman who broke his heart is back-and everyone is eager to revive their engagement. Except Flavian, who, in a panic, runs straight into the arms of a most sensible yet enchanting young woman. Agnes Keeping has never been in love-and never wishes to be. But then she meets the charismatic Flavian, and suddenly Agnes falls so foolishly and so deeply that she agrees to his impetuous proposal of marriage. When Agnes discovers that the proposal is only to avenge his former love, she's determined to flee. But Flavian has no intention of letting his new bride go, especially now that he too has fallen so passionately and so unexpectedly in love.
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by Mary Balogh
"Rosalyn LandorÕs expertise with the romance genre shines through this charming story. Agnes Keeping has never intended to fall in love, but that changes when the charming Flavian, Viscount Ponsonby, suddenly shows interest in her. But when Agnes learns that he has proposed only to avoid a former fiancŽe, she determines to flee, forcing Flavian to prove his growing love. LandorÕs engagement ensures that every detail of the story sounds vital, and her sensitivity to the characters keeps listeners attuned to their emotional and personal development. This is especially true of Agnes, whose most pragmatic reasoning canÕt hide her growing infatuation with Flavian. Though LandorÕs male characters seem overly emphatic in the opening scenes, they mellow out quickly, becoming both empathetic and believable. B.E.K. © AudioFile 2015, Portland, Maine"
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