From Amazon Regency best-selling author Reina M. Williams comes the final book in A Gentleman's Daughter trilogy, sweet "Austenesque" romances.
Jack Brightwell is home. For years, he's distanced himself from his only love, and sought justice for his murdered shipmates. Now he must take his place as heir to his family's estate, a position he did not think to find himself in. And his mama, the only family he has left, urges him to marry. When he comes across Emily Latimer crying over her cousin's plan to marry her off to a half-wit, Jack sees a solution for them both, even though it risks his heart, and the love he's kept secret.
Emily Latimer agrees to marry Jack, to save herself, and her cousin Susan, from being forced to marry. Jack had been Emily's childhood hero, and tormentor. She believes she can protect her heart - and Susan - from the machinations of men. But marrying Jack forces her to confront her past, her lies, and her true feelings. While they work to save her cousins, Emily and Jack begin to hope their love can redeem them, and create a new beginning for all they hold dear.
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It didn't hold my attention...
A Thoroughly Entertaining Story!
This is one of the most adorable stories ever! I have always enjoyed love-stories that bring two childhood friends together. As children, Jack always had feelings for Emily, but Emily just thought he was a tease and a scoundrel. I loved the relationship of these two characters!!! The fun part of the story comes when Jack offers to marry her to save her from being forced into a terrible marriage. This story was delightful because Jack knows he has to earn Emily’s love. It also has a bit of mystery along with the sweet love story.
As for the narrator, Melanie does an excellent job. Her voices are superb. The expressions of the characters and laughter that she adds help to draw you into the story. Hearing the characters laugh made it even more entertaining.
- Linda Weaver Clarke