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Miss Dorcas Delancey, vicar’s daughter and advocate for the less fortunate, has been guarding her heart from fortune hunters and fashionable fribbles for years. She’s completely unprepared for Alasdhair MacKay, former officer and all around grouch, to steal that heart. But when Alasdhair takes on responsibility for a motherless infant whom Dorcas’s family won’t acknowledge Miss Dorcas Delancey, vicar’s daughter and advocate for the less fortunate, has been guarding her heart from fortune hunters and fashionable fribbles for years. She’s completely unprepared for Alasdhair MacKay, former officer and all around grouch, to steal that heart. But when Alasdhair takes on responsibility for a motherless infant whom Dorcas’s family won’t acknowledge, she sees the honor lurking beneath his gruff mannerisms. Alasdhair MacKay did not storm hell with Wellington’s army just so he could drink, swive, and flirt his way through life after Waterloo. He’s serious, intelligent, and passionate about his causes–also passionate in his regard for Dorcas. He’s the man of her dreams and a paragon in plaid, but looming scandal means Dorcas will have to choose between love and the honor Alasdhair so relentlessly values.


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Miss Dorcas Delancey, vicar’s daughter and advocate for the less fortunate, has been guarding her heart from fortune hunters and fashionable fribbles for years. She’s completely unprepared for Alasdhair MacKay, former officer and all around grouch, to steal that heart. But when Alasdhair takes on responsibility for a motherless infant whom Dorcas’s family won’t acknowledge Miss Dorcas Delancey, vicar’s daughter and advocate for the less fortunate, has been guarding her heart from fortune hunters and fashionable fribbles for years. She’s completely unprepared for Alasdhair MacKay, former officer and all around grouch, to steal that heart. But when Alasdhair takes on responsibility for a motherless infant whom Dorcas’s family won’t acknowledge, she sees the honor lurking beneath his gruff mannerisms. Alasdhair MacKay did not storm hell with Wellington’s army just so he could drink, swive, and flirt his way through life after Waterloo. He’s serious, intelligent, and passionate about his causes–also passionate in his regard for Dorcas. He’s the man of her dreams and a paragon in plaid, but looming scandal means Dorcas will have to choose between love and the honor Alasdhair so relentlessly values.

30 review for Miss Delightful

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jan

    Not bad, but I didn't enjoy this one as much as the first book in the series. This one started off well, but I got a bit frustrated by some of the actions of the MCs later in the book. I also got a bit sick of the bad guy and his shenanigans. Hoping the next book when it comes out is better. Not bad, but I didn't enjoy this one as much as the first book in the series. This one started off well, but I got a bit frustrated by some of the actions of the MCs later in the book. I also got a bit sick of the bad guy and his shenanigans. Hoping the next book when it comes out is better.

  2. 5 out of 5

    HR-ML

    *** Caution:*** A man forced seduction, via extortion, in the past. Regency England. Thanks to HappyBookWorm 2020 for her + impression of this book. Did Melanie fall or was she pushed into the Thames River? Who sired her 6 month old baby? Alasdhair, a former Army Major & Dorcas, daughter and sister of a vicar, tried to solve the mystery. Dorcas felt a man took advantage of her cousin Melanie. Melanie named Alasdhair the guardian of her baby w/o his prior knowledge. Melanie & Al were friends only. *** Caution:*** A man forced seduction, via extortion, in the past. Regency England. Thanks to HappyBookWorm 2020 for her + impression of this book. Did Melanie fall or was she pushed into the Thames River? Who sired her 6 month old baby? Alasdhair, a former Army Major & Dorcas, daughter and sister of a vicar, tried to solve the mystery. Dorcas felt a man took advantage of her cousin Melanie. Melanie named Alasdhair the guardian of her baby w/o his prior knowledge. Melanie & Al were friends only. The hero showed consideration and maturity towards the heroine. What a guy! He didn't forgive himself for witness- ing and not stopping a horrid event in his past. He tried to make amends. The father of Dorcus left most of the responsibility of his congregation in her care. The baddie manipulated others. The hero found the 'dirt' on him & he + others confronted the baddie. The MCs were true equals & crazy about each other. He had close male cousins.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Alvina

    TW: coercion, assault Tags: Christian themes, kid fic I’m not sure if this was a case of the wrong book at the wrong time, but this was tiresome to get through and contrary to the title, not at all delightful. It reads a little like an Agatha Christie, so it shouldve been right up my alley and yet... The rating is for Burrowes’ world-building and the honorable hero (view spoiler)[more than honorable even, considering he takes in a child that isnt his own or even related to him and suffers judgment TW: coercion, assault Tags: Christian themes, kid fic I’m not sure if this was a case of the wrong book at the wrong time, but this was tiresome to get through and contrary to the title, not at all delightful. It reads a little like an Agatha Christie, so it shouldve been right up my alley and yet... The rating is for Burrowes’ world-building and the honorable hero (view spoiler)[more than honorable even, considering he takes in a child that isnt his own or even related to him and suffers judgment from society (hide spoiler)] , but this novel wasnt light and the prose is different to her previous novels. Despite the compatible couple, there’s no levity to break up the plot. Its just continually sad. I’ve talked about Burrowes and her “topic of the day” approach to novels before. This one seems to be about the plight of women in society and the hypocrisy of premarital sex. All this talk about “fallen women” and Claude Frollo-esque villains was too realistic for me to take lightly. And, as is my problem with many of her novels, the scoundrels never get their adequate punishment. At least in fantasy, I wish she would let me relish justice. While I applaud Burrowes for putting a new spin on her work, I might not follow her into this new era.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Tina

    Confirmed spinster and vicar’s daughter, Miss Dorcas Delancey, appears at the door of former military officer Alasdhair MacKay bearing her cousin’s abandoned infant, leaving the babe in his care. While initially resistant to welcoming the child into his bachelor home, Alasdhair soon falls in love with the boy. So begins a friendship between Dorcas and Alasdhair that grows into much more, due to their mutual concern for the babe, as well as their passion for social causes, especially improving th Confirmed spinster and vicar’s daughter, Miss Dorcas Delancey, appears at the door of former military officer Alasdhair MacKay bearing her cousin’s abandoned infant, leaving the babe in his care. While initially resistant to welcoming the child into his bachelor home, Alasdhair soon falls in love with the boy. So begins a friendship between Dorcas and Alasdhair that grows into much more, due to their mutual concern for the babe, as well as their passion for social causes, especially improving the lives of women who resort to prostitution to survive. When rising star in her father’s Church, Isaiah Mornebeth, threatens Dorcas and her family with an extortion plot, Dorcas plans to sacrifice herself once again and turn away from the man she has come to love in order to save her brother’s reputation. In each of Ms. Burrowes wonderful stories, there comes a moment when the reader abandons all hope for an HEA, understanding that there simply is no possible resolution to the barriers standing between the H and h. But, inevitably, an ingenious solution appears and the reader is left not only satisfied, but delighted! Ms. Burrowes writes beautiful prose, believable dialog, and weaves intricate story lines that will keep the reader enthralled. I highly recommend Miss Delightful, a stand-alone story and a lovely addition to the Mayhem in Mayfair series. This book was provided by the author without any requirement for a review, positive or otherwise. All opinions are 100% my own.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Cherie

    Dorcas is a terrible name to burden a lady with but that is now and this was the early 1800s. I loved her. She was honest and straight forward almost to a fault. She was in a difficult situation but was so honorable and loyal I couldn't fault her. Alasdhair was a similarly honest and straight-forward person. Also almost to a fault. I loved him too. I was routing for these two and that rarely happens. I knew there would be a happy ending but the suspense was real. Her situation was one of making a Dorcas is a terrible name to burden a lady with but that is now and this was the early 1800s. I loved her. She was honest and straight forward almost to a fault. She was in a difficult situation but was so honorable and loyal I couldn't fault her. Alasdhair was a similarly honest and straight-forward person. Also almost to a fault. I loved him too. I was routing for these two and that rarely happens. I knew there would be a happy ending but the suspense was real. Her situation was one of making a decision that came back to haunt her. Many will say her situation was of her own doing but I would counter that she made the best decision she knew to make and had she not, the situation could have been worse. Much worse. So I do not hold her responsible for her dire straits. I loved this story and this couple. There was no over dramatization and no stupidity. Just real situations and two people trying to do the right thing.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Pam P

    3.5 Dorcas is meh Mackay is all that is wonderful But she is...meh

  7. 4 out of 5

    Make

    ARC from the author Another sweet and slow Burrowes romance with an older heroine who is not a virgin. Alasdhair MacKay is positively delightful! A gruff and stalwart Scot with a tender heart and oodles of honor. The villain of the piece, as usual for a Burrowes book, is appallingly evil yet believable, sadly. This is a soft and dreamy slip into romance for two characters who Burrowes has put through the ringer. A tonic during these stressful times!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Rose Blue

    As reviewed at Roses Are Blue: https://wp.me/p3QRh4-1xJ Alasdhair MacKay, former army major, has been a changed man since he returned from battle. While the war in total was horrific, Alasdhair bears extreme guilt over an incident perpetuated by his commanding officer, one which Alasdhair feels he should have stopped. To try and compensate, he no longer drinks to excess, gambles, or dallies with the ladies. In fact, he is constantly providing aid and cash to fallen women. When an avenging angel a As reviewed at Roses Are Blue: https://wp.me/p3QRh4-1xJ Alasdhair MacKay, former army major, has been a changed man since he returned from battle. While the war in total was horrific, Alasdhair bears extreme guilt over an incident perpetuated by his commanding officer, one which Alasdhair feels he should have stopped. To try and compensate, he no longer drinks to excess, gambles, or dallies with the ladies. In fact, he is constantly providing aid and cash to fallen women. When an avenging angel arrives at his door, baby in arms, telling him that he needs to care for his child, he knows the infant is not his. Dorcas Delancey is the daughter of, and sister to, vicars. She works tirelessly for her father’s parish, as well as furthering her own causes. When her cousin, Melanie, eloped, then failed to marry, just like scores of other women, she ended up selling her body to make ends meet. Eventually Melanie bore a son, John, and did her best to care for him. Apparently, the situation became too dire for Melanie to handle, and it appears that she chose to end her own life, leaving her child in the care of Alasdhair, a man who had shown her kindness. Dorcas has had to meet her cousin secretly, as such a scandalous relation would be a blot on the vicar’s career, and he would never approve. Knowing that she can’t care for the baby, Dorcas delivers him to Alasdhair, per Melanie’s wishes. Of course Alasdhair denies paternity, but is finally worn down by a determined Dorcas to care for John until he can arrange a permanent situation for him. Thus, Alasdhair and Dorcas are thrown together quite a bit, thanks to baby John. Dorcas is a strong, no-nonsense kind of woman, who has never married. She is invaluable to her father, who shows her a casual affection without expressing any real deep appreciation for all she does. Her prickly nature has earned her the sarcastic nickname of “Miss Delightful” when her nature is anything but. It seems, however, that Alasdhair loves a strong, managing type of woman, and is coming to find Dorcas delightful indeed. As for Dorcas, she sees the good man that Alasdhair is, and when he confesses his guilt and failings, she offers him comfort, and helps him to begin to live with himself much better. Liking turns to love, love turns to passion, and soon Alasdhair realizes that he’s found the woman for him. He announces his intention of courting and marrying Dorcas, who realizes that she’s found a man who will support her in her causes and love her for who she is. Of course, things cannot be wrapped up so easily. Dorcas has an unfortunate and tragic incident in her past, one which rears its ugly head in the form of Isaiah Mornebeth, a snake in the grass disguised as a vicar, one who wields much influence, one who threatens the careers and reputations of Dorcas’s brother and father. He’s the lowest kind of villain, one who makes your skin crawl, by pretending to be a righteous man, while being just the opposite. His plans involve Dorcas, and they certainly don’t allow her to marry Alasdhair. Isaiah forced her to his will years ago, and has no doubt he can do so again. I love how the hero and heroine are not your typical characters – both are a bit older – Dorcas is twenty-nine, and Alasdhair is a battle weary soldier. Neither expected to ever find someone to love and marry. For some reason, I always enjoy characters who are a bit crusty, without being over the top obnoxious, and Dorcas and Alasdhair are certainly that, but also can express great love and tenderness toward each other. I appreciate how Alasdhair would not give up, and came up with a rescue plan, although it didn’t happen immediately. The romance and passion between the couple is strong and sweet. The villain is totally deplorable, and I’m bloodthirsty enough to wish even more misfortune on him. MISS DELIGHTFUL, while part of a series, reads perfectly well as a standalone, and delivers everything I’ve come to expect from Grace Burrowes – warmth, love, comfort, and a beautiful happy ever after.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Elodie’s Reading Corner

    🐍 Miss Delightful 🐍 Mischief in Mayfair Book Two ✒️ Grace Burrowes https://www.facebook.com/Grace-Burrow... Release Date 08/24/2021 author’s site, 09/14/2021 mass retailers Publisher Grace Burrowes Publishing ➪ https://graceburrowes.com/bookshelf/m... 𝗕𝗹𝘂𝗿𝗯 Miss Dorcas Delancey, vicar's daughter and advocate for the less fortunate, has been  guarding her heart from fortune hunters and fashionable fribbles for years. She's completely unprepared for Alasdhair MacKay, former officer and all around grou 🐍 Miss Delightful 🐍 Mischief in Mayfair Book Two ✒️ Grace Burrowes https://www.facebook.com/Grace-Burrow... Release Date 08/24/2021 author’s site, 09/14/2021 mass retailers Publisher Grace Burrowes Publishing ➪ https://graceburrowes.com/bookshelf/m... 𝗕𝗹𝘂𝗿𝗯 Miss Dorcas Delancey, vicar's daughter and advocate for the less fortunate, has been  guarding her heart from fortune hunters and fashionable fribbles for years. She's completely unprepared for Alasdhair MacKay, former officer and all around grouch, to steal that heart. But when Alasdhair takes on responsibility for a motherless infant whom Dorcas's family won't acknowledge, she sees the honor lurking beneath his gruff mannerisms. Alasdhair MacKay did not storm hell with Wellington's army just so he could drink, swive, and flirt his way through life after Waterloo. He's serious, intelligent, and passionate about his causes--also passionate in his regard for Dorcas. He's the man of her dreams and a paragon in plaid, but looming scandal means Dorcas will have to choose between love and the honor Alasdhair so relentlessly values. 𝗥𝗲𝘃𝗶𝗲𝘄 Will love be enough when everything one’s protected might crumble down… After reading Miss Delectable, I have been hooked by this trio of soldiers. After Goddard the rescuer of lost boys, it is MacKay’s time, the benevolent to women plights and accidentally foster father. This book is everything the author is renowned for clever and refined writing style, witty banters, multilayered characters and a complex tale with the villain you enjoy to hate and watch fall down. Alasdhair is everything you can expect from this honorable man, he made his mission to protect in his own way and limited means the women who have fallen on hard times. He does not commiserate for them then turns his eyes, he stands by them, offering what is of use in their needy moments without ever taking advantage of their circumstances. But a child, he never had to take care of before. Yet he is now the designated guardian of a lively toddler. And worse, it put under his radar the delightful Miss Delancey, a woman who hide under her proper demure appearance the will of a lioness and a core of steel. Dorcas is the soul behind her father’s success with his congregation. She stands in his shadow even if many are aware of her management. She operates in her own way to help the less fortunate and she meets MacKay in they have made the same vow of helping women left with few means to fend for themselves. Both are burdened by the wounds of their past, scars that are running deep and altered their view of others. Since they try to atone man’s sins at best of their possibilities and meet in the middle as they awaken in the other the need for more and long buried desires. But will their love be enough when Dorcas’ world is threatened as she already went very far to save it the first time. A beautiful and tasty read like the author has the secret recipe, where appearances and propriety hide a nest of snakes in its bosom and demureness wondrous souls. 5 stars 𝗦𝘁𝗲𝗮𝗺 𝗹𝗲𝘃𝗲𝗹 onscreen sweet lovemaking scenes 𝗧𝗿𝗶𝗴𝗴𝗲𝗿 𝗪𝗮𝗿𝗻𝗶𝗻𝗴 talk of abuse and rape https://www.instagram.com/p/CS_WWdgDc... https://www.facebook.com/429830134272... #bookstagram #historicalromance #romance #romancebookblog #romancebookblogger #bookblog #romanceauthor #bookblogger #2021read #bookstagrammer #bookreview #romancebookreviewer #arcreader #bookquote #romancestagram #readersofinstagram

  10. 4 out of 5

    Marianne

    Miss Delightful had the usual likable main characters and dastardly villains of a Grace Burrowes novel; please note this villain was truly repulsive. Alas, it also included a rather unfortunate feature of some Burrowes books: (view spoiler)[the heroine feeling she has no choice but to marry the villain, regardless of of the fact that long term it's a terrible decision etc. and your family, if they knew, would not want you to sacrifice yourself for them. Fortunately, the family actually communica Miss Delightful had the usual likable main characters and dastardly villains of a Grace Burrowes novel; please note this villain was truly repulsive. Alas, it also included a rather unfortunate feature of some Burrowes books: (view spoiler)[the heroine feeling she has no choice but to marry the villain, regardless of of the fact that long term it's a terrible decision etc. and your family, if they knew, would not want you to sacrifice yourself for them. Fortunately, the family actually communicated with one another, the heroine realized she had a support network, and the villain was served his comeuppance. (hide spoiler)] I'll be honest, I was really ticked off at some of the choices Dorcas made, especially because she was such a forceful and determined person when fighting for others, though I suppose it is easier to fight for others and sacrifice yourself. There were some interesting conversations on "ruin" and valid social commentary on [performative] Christianity. The discussions of poverty (and its conflation with immorality) are very relevant to today's world.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Merle

    McKay, of the Mischief in Mayfair cousins, is haunted by an incident of war. He also suffers from syncope when he skips a meal. When a woman arrives at his door one day with a very unexpected surprise, he is thrust into guardianship of a vary young charge- weeks old, as a matter of fact. The deliverer, Miss Dorcas Delancey, catches Alasdhair's attention. She is interested in him too. Unfortunately, she is encumbered by the expectations of the congregation her father pastors. As the spinster daug McKay, of the Mischief in Mayfair cousins, is haunted by an incident of war. He also suffers from syncope when he skips a meal. When a woman arrives at his door one day with a very unexpected surprise, he is thrust into guardianship of a vary young charge- weeks old, as a matter of fact. The deliverer, Miss Dorcas Delancey, catches Alasdhair's attention. She is interested in him too. Unfortunately, she is encumbered by the expectations of the congregation her father pastors. As the spinster daughter, she is expected to be the first Lady of the congregation. She has another issue, too, that of a churchman who expects to blackmail the lady into marrying him. The baby's mother also plays a part here, even though she is presumed to be dead. Still a good one, and one cousin is left to find the woman of his dreams.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Martha Andrews

    This was a wonderful book to read and to experience. There was a very bad villain and rape of a very young girls involved (main character) but the HERO (in all caps because he was THAT kind of hero) that she needed to explain to her what her life was worth and how she had to "let go" of her family and allow them to muddle along without her taking care of their every need. This hero was such a wonderful man for her they were like two pieces of a puzzle that fit together perfectly! The book was inc This was a wonderful book to read and to experience. There was a very bad villain and rape of a very young girls involved (main character) but the HERO (in all caps because he was THAT kind of hero) that she needed to explain to her what her life was worth and how she had to "let go" of her family and allow them to muddle along without her taking care of their every need. This hero was such a wonderful man for her they were like two pieces of a puzzle that fit together perfectly! The book was incredible and I could hardly put it down--A PAGE TURNER for sure! I am going to get the next book in the series!

  13. 5 out of 5

    DD

    4.75* This Dorcas is a similar character to the one in that book. Innately good, will do anything for others, but maybe doesn't value herself as much as she should. She finds herself manipulated into horrid situations when her family is threatened but draws strength from Alasdhair and from within herself to escape. Alasdhair, like so many Grace Burrowes leading men, is someone we'd all like to have in our lives. Lovely second installment in this series. 4.75* This Dorcas is a similar character to the one in that book. Innately good, will do anything for others, but maybe doesn't value herself as much as she should. She finds herself manipulated into horrid situations when her family is threatened but draws strength from Alasdhair and from within herself to escape. Alasdhair, like so many Grace Burrowes leading men, is someone we'd all like to have in our lives. Lovely second installment in this series.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Ruth

    I loved this story, and did not want it to end. A refreshing change from Dukes and Mayfair ballrooms. The hero of the story is one of 3 former soldiers who are cousins, friends, comrades in arms; good men, all. The women are strong, but feminine, and worth fighting for. While the books could stand alone, the men are in one another's stories, so be sure to also read "Miss Delectable." I can't wait for the third, "Miss Dignified." I loved this story, and did not want it to end. A refreshing change from Dukes and Mayfair ballrooms. The hero of the story is one of 3 former soldiers who are cousins, friends, comrades in arms; good men, all. The women are strong, but feminine, and worth fighting for. While the books could stand alone, the men are in one another's stories, so be sure to also read "Miss Delectable." I can't wait for the third, "Miss Dignified."

  15. 4 out of 5

    Susan Sieger

    A great read! I enjoyed reading about Alasdhair and Dorcas, the way they met to the way they eventually fell in love. This book brought about the way some people are easily manipulated by bad individuals. I'm glad that the weasel was taken care of. I'm also glad in the end that they had their HEA. I highly recommend this book! 👍👍👍👍❤❤❤❤ A great read! I enjoyed reading about Alasdhair and Dorcas, the way they met to the way they eventually fell in love. This book brought about the way some people are easily manipulated by bad individuals. I'm glad that the weasel was taken care of. I'm also glad in the end that they had their HEA. I highly recommend this book! 👍👍👍👍❤❤❤❤

  16. 5 out of 5

    Anne Egger

    Dorcas and Mr. Mckay meet over an abandoned baby. It takes a while to come to a Happily Ever After, but the do overcome their difficulties. I found it to be a little formulaic and there were no animals. I love when Grace Burrowes includes a cat, dog , or horse. She is also great with names. I am looking forward to Miss Dignified which has kittens involved.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Celeste

    Courage, and most of all, love. Another wonderful story by this truly, delightfully, talented author. Finding joy in bleak circumstances, finding love amid despair - these characters come to life and make us believe in them. Highly recommended.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Lynn

    Dorcas and Alasdhair forever There is always so much heart in a Grace Burrowes novel, and that holds true here. Along with familial and brothers-in-arms loyalty amidst societal challenges, and of course a beautiful love story, this novel is a terrific read.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Kelley Granzow

    Delightful Grace Burrowes never disappoints , she has engaging Characters that you admire and root for. Right and wrong, good versus evil and always the happily ever after that we all look forward to

  20. 4 out of 5

    Susan

    Wow! So Good! ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ The title says it all… this book was DELIGHTFUL! Absolutely loved Alasdhair and Dorcas. He’s one of my favorites, what a hero! Grace Burrowes rocks it every time. Her stories are simply wonderful.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Casey

    Dorcas and Alasdhair are sweet together. I actually really really liked Alasdhair and his relationship with his cousins. I am looking forward to Dylan's book. I get mixed feelings about Burrowes' villains sometimes. This was not the case in this book. He got comeuppance and he deserved more. Dorcas and Alasdhair are sweet together. I actually really really liked Alasdhair and his relationship with his cousins. I am looking forward to Dylan's book. I get mixed feelings about Burrowes' villains sometimes. This was not the case in this book. He got comeuppance and he deserved more.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Marianne

    Simply wonderful! I loved every word in this book. Dorcas and Alasdhair are a truly amazing couple...honest and true to each other. Every character was important to this delightful tale.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Shirley kendall

    It was delightful What a serious but also amusing book. There wax much gossip ; there was also sincerely honest emotion from all in her family. The villain was like people you have encountered in every day life, A hypocrite. Very enjoyable reading.

  24. 4 out of 5

    SynergyQuest

    Delightful, indeed You know how people say, “You had me at hello?” Well, Grace Burrowes had me way back at her Windham series and I don’t think that’s changing anytime soon! This is another wonderful romance from an author I love to read!

  25. 4 out of 5

    Janet Hill

    Another steady heartfelt happily ever after from Grace Burrowes.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Patan

    Delightful dialogue as usual.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Anne

    It's Grace Burrowes. You can always trust to have a pleasant story with a HEA and a villain. Perfect for when you need a pleasant distraction in make believe. It's Grace Burrowes. You can always trust to have a pleasant story with a HEA and a villain. Perfect for when you need a pleasant distraction in make believe.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Dean

    Excellent read! This book has some twists and turns that were unexpected. Excellent on all levels. Nice easy read. Looking forward to the next book.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Peg

    A delightful read. I truly enjoyed this book. It kept me up way past my bed time. I highly recommend you spend time with this story.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Karen A. Wyle

    Sympathetic, admirable main characters, well matched. A villain almost too easy to despise. Some, but not an unbearable amount of, suspense. An enjoyable read.

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