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- Publisher: Harper & Appleton (January 15, 2019)
- Publication Date: January 15, 2019
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- Language: English
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Now he is faced with all the responsibilities of his new position, including breaking the sad news to Freddie’s fiancée, whom Alex has never met.
Lady Georgiana Fenton can hold her own in any situation, even the sudden death of the fiancé she was fond of, if not in love with. But she’s not sure what to think of this new Duke who looks so much like Freddie—but behaves so differently. And who seems to be the only person who would benefit from Freddie’s untimely, and perhaps suspicious, death.
Despite their prickly relationship—Georgiana is a Tory and Alex is a Whig—the two team up to discover the truth behind Freddie’s death, and the even more important matter of their future.
Cheryl Bolen spins a delightful tale of mystery, politics, and (of course) romance, in a most satisfying conclusion to the story of three men who bonded as boys in school and rushed to one another’s aid as adults.
Alex is a Whig. Georgiana’s family have always been Tories. Georgiana deduces that of those present the day Freddie died, Alex has the most to gain from his brother’s death, but she finds it hard to believe he’s guilty. Despite suspicions and political differences, their mutual attraction grows.
This story has it all: mystery, intrigue, and romance, as well as an excellent representation of the social and political standards of the time. Cheryl Bolen is one of my favorite historical authors. This was a great final installment of the stories of three good friends who met and bonded at Eton, and who were always there for each other as adults. The Lords of Eton was a most enjoyable series.