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Anna Seaton is a beautiful, talented, educated woman, which is why it is so puzzling to Gayle Windham that she works as his housekeeper. As the two draw closer and begin to lose their hearts to each other, Anna's secrets threaten to bring the earl's orderly life crashing down - and he doesn't know how he's going to protect her from the fallout.
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By Cam on 05-29-16
A VERY well written and narrated book!
The writing was very good and since I have not read anything by this author before I was Very impressed. The storyline was well put together and all scenes were arranged very appropriately and without all the relentless mind babbleI seen with some other writers. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book especially since I was so hesitant about purchasing a book without any Audible reviews (although there are quite a few Amazon reviews). I feared that the reason behind the storyline was going to end up being silly and stupid and yet it all came together so nicely. I especially loved the change of the sons views on their relationship with their father going from so negative initially to one of respect and understanding at the end. Grace Burrowes took her readers so brilliantly through the ups and downs of storyline and all I can say is that I truly relished it all.
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By Moriah on 05-30-16
Although this was Grace Burrowes's debut novel, it was unavailable in audio until now. Narrated like the rest of Grace's titles, James Langton does a fantastic job narrating - all 3 of the Windham brothers are easy to tell apart and the female voices are very well done. Anna Seaton finds herself as housekeeper to Gayle, the Earl of Westhaven during a very hot summer. In hiding with her sister, Anna finds herself wanting to trust Westhaven with her secrets as they start to fall in love. I loved this book in print, and the audio is even better. The thing I love most about Grace Burrowes titles is that there is an emotional depth to her titles that aren't found in many stories these days. It's not just the grand gestures and dramatic moments that make up her romances, but the little things in everyday life that help show the depth of feeling that Anna and Westhaven develop towards each other. Westhaven's brothers are interesting characters in their own right who will see their stories released in audio over the next couple of months. I hope the Windham girls' stories will also be released in audio in the near future. I will be pre-ordering St. Just's story as soon as it is available.
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