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Love Is in the Heir (The Featherton Sisters Book 4) Kindle Edition

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It was the opportunity of a lifetime. Griffin St. Albans and his identical twin brother, Garnet, both have the chance to become the Earl of Devonsfield's next heir, but no one is exactly certain which twin is the eldest. So the earl decides that whichever twin marries a woman of quality first will become his heir. The only woman scholarly, shy Griffin could imagine marrying is the tart-tongued Hannah Chillton, but when Griffin arrives in Bath, he discovers that his rakish, charming brother, Garnet, has already met Hannah and her two chaperones, Letitia and Viola Featherton. Now as part of his "brilliant scheme" to help his brother, Garnet is pretending to be Griffin, who is about to discover exactly how difficult it is going to be to win Hannah's love. Caskie brings her fabulously fun Regency historical series featuring the matchmaking Featherton sisters to a brilliant conclusion with this deliciously clever, superbly sexy romance. John Charles
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"Caskie brings her fabulously fun Regency historical series featuring the matchmaking Featherton sisters to a brilliant conclusion with this deliciously clever, superbly sexy romance." --BOOKLIST~The American Library Association

4 1/2 stars ~ TOP PICK!
"Kathryn Caskie's wit shines... Love and laughter, madness, matchmaking and mayhem ensue in pure Caskie style in this delightful, lighthearted romp."
--Romantic Time Book Review Magazine

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  • File Size: 624 KB
  • Print Length: 305 pages
  • Publisher: Forever; Kindle edition edition (April 2, 2011)
  • Publication Date: April 2, 2011
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004V1405U
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Kathryn Caskie is the USA TODAY best-selling author of the hilariously clever Regency-set romances. She lives outside of Washington, DC with her family, two cats, Borders Collies and a Chihuahua with a Napoleon complex.

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LOVE IS IN THE HEIR by Kathyrn Caskie

June 10, 2006

Amazon rating 4/5

"This is the story of twins, who deceive a young woman into thinking they are one person. Griffin St. Albans is adjusting his telescope at sunset when he is hit by a falcon. Miss Hannah Chillton - raised by two sisters, Letitia and Viola Featherton - is out and about with her aunts when she loses her hat down the cliffs - she uses her bird to retrieve it. When Griffin hears a woman's voice calling out, he looks down and sees her clinging to the rocks, trying to retrieve a hat. Griffin attempts to help but only manages to lose the hat. Hannah proclaims that he now owes her a new one.

A few weeks later, the three women are out riding in their carriage, when they accidentally run into a man on the street - Lord St. Albans once again. Hannah asks him for her new hat, and St. Albans is puzzled. Realizing they must have met his brother, he feigns memory loss. The reader is aware all along that there are two of them - identical twins, who are not at all alike. Though Hannah likes the Lord St. Albans she met on the cliffs, she becomes confused as she gets to know him more. Sometimes he's the man she loves, but at others he infuriates her. The more she gets to know him, the more she thinks he's a rake, and the more confused and angry she becomes." - Complete review at BookLoons - M. Lofton

I enjoyed this story of two men, twins, who deceive an innocent woman who is in love with one of the men. It's a typical story of misunderstandings and deceit, but while one of the men is truly up to no good, the other indeed does love Hannah, but has no idea how to win her heart.
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I admit, when I read the premise for this story (the hero falls in love with a twin) I was a little worried that it wouldn't stand up well against the other three books in the Featherton sisters series. But it did!

Hannah Chillton is a matchmaker who doesn't believe in love. She thinks its a matter of putting two people together and letting nature takes its course. Then she meets a handsome astromer while on the cliffs in Cornwall. She is attracted but it isn't until both of them are in Bath that she starts wondering if she has actually fallen in love with him. Or hate. Sometimes he is so sweet and passionate, then other times he makes her want to scream. The reader knows all along that he is a twin, the good twin, and his rakish brother is the other. Hannah doesn't know this.

Griffin St. Albans is the more athletic of the twins. When his dying distant relative the Earl of Devonsfield loses his sons in an accident he comes to locate his heir, he instead finds twins and no one knows who was first born and in line to inherit. The earl makes them a secret deal. Whichever twin marries a woman of quality first, so the line continues, will inheirt. Both twins race off to Bath. Garnet, to win the earldom, and Griffin to seek out Miss Chillton, while studying the Bath comet that will soon be passing over Bath.

This is story is both sensual and fun to read. The author managed to weave in several other romances into the story without taking away from Hannah and Griffins. The hilarious Featherton sisters have their hands full when Hannah turns the tables on them and begins to find matches for the old ladies.

I loved this story. It is the perfect ending to a wonderful series. Lovers of romance with love this story.
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The accident wiped out much of the Devonsfield extended family tree. Lord Devonsfield assigned his servant Pinkerton to find the new heir. Pinkerton locates the heir, but there is a problem. There are twins with no one knowing who the older brother is; their birth was difficult, the mother died and the father grieved. The Earl decides that the first one of the twins to marry a "lady" will inherit his earldom.

The intellectual twin astronomer Griffin St. Albans meets Miss Hannah Chillton over an errant hat, a falcon and a cliff. Each is attracted to the other. Not long afterward in a coaching accident, the athletic twin Garnet also meets Hannah and realizes she is the one his sibling is half in love with. Being better with women, Garnet pretends to be Griffin to help foster his brother's cause with Hannah. As identities become muddled, Hannah feels fickle as one moment she thinks she loves the shy Mr. St. Albans and the next she wonders why she cannot abide the overly confident Mr. St. Albans.

Any novel that contains the Featherton sisters (see RULES OF ENGAGEMENT and A LADIES GUIDE TO A RAKE) is going to be amusing, wacky, and fun as the elderly matchmakers turn the aristocracy upside down. The current tale is zany yet built off of a real event in 1822 with a genuine astronomer Miss Caroline Herschel that adds an anchor to the comet induced story. Still this entertaining historical belongs to a way out heroine and twins who change places to further the cause of one of them with the eccentric female protagonist. Readers will risk a bad heir day waiting in line for Kathryn Caskie's fine Regency.
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