Upon arriving, though they find that the wayward rake apparently had some redeeming qualities – and a family – that they’d never known about. As the nephews begin to learn about their new cousin and her angelic governess, they can’t help but wonder if the terms of late baron’s will and bequests will destroy any hope they have of becoming a family.
Such a nice read! I love historical romances but this is the first inspirational historical that I’ve loved. It flowed really well. I loved the romance, the setting, the characters, and the reliance on God.
Many times when I’ve read an inspirational I’ve felt that God was shoved into a plot or that it just didn’t flow. Not so with this read. Everything about this just felt right.
|Series:||The Everard Legacy|
|Series:||The Rogue’s Reform, 1|
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