First in a new Regency romance series featuring noble gentlemen and the ladies who help them love again. Widower Benjamin Romilly, Earl of Furness, lives a melancholy life. The loss of his wife in childbirth four years before has robbed him of all happiness. He can barely look at his son, who resembles his mother so strongly and is a constant reminder of her loss. But Jean Saunders, a relative of Benjamin's late wife, erupts into the grief-stricken household to restore order and take Benjamin's son away. From all Jean has heard, she assumes he won't care-but she doesn't know how wrong she is. As they come together to raise Geoffrey right, their budding attraction is undeniable. And when a nosey neighbor gets in their way, Jean has to face her darkest fears before all is made right.
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"Narrator Rosalyn Landor sets the stage for a delightfully emotional tug-of-war with especially thoughtful portrayals of a little boy who is caught in the middle in this historical romance. Jean Saunders is determined to save the Earl of Furness's son from a life of neglect, something she knows all too well. But widower Benjamin Romilly isn't about to let go of his boy, no matter how lovely or well meaning Miss Saunders may be. Together, they will learn that love heals all wounds in time--but only if they allow it. With the attention to detail that listeners love about Landor, she beautifully conveys each stage of grief and subsequent recovery in three very different characters and integrates secondary characters in a way that sounds effortless. A.L. © AudioFile 2018, Portland, Maine"
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