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More Than Willing Paperback – May 19, 2010
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Grayson works at being a worthless wastrel for years until his father, the Earl of Camden, sends his guilt-ridden youngest son out on his own--no more allowance. With the title to a brewery and deed to Mayfair Manor, Grayson's inheritance from his dead mother, Grayson must decide to either sink or swim in the real world--he swims. His intelligence, determination, and willingness to work lands him at Bradford Brewery as a common laborer, where his life changes forever in so many ways, not the least of which is his deep need for the special Maggie Bradford.
Determined to never be used like her mother had been, Maggie does the job her mother did at the brewery and at home. She does it well. The workers in her home and at the brewery hold her in high regard. They realize they prosper because of her talents and work ethic. However, in the mid-nineteenth century, a woman in business walks a tightrope. Many men do not do business with a woman--thus desperate deceits and subtle shenanigans help Maggie keep her family safe and the brewery prosperous. She doesn't delude herself. She knows it is only a matter of time before some of her secrets will come to light, but she hopes and prays it is after her sisters are married and safe.
Maggie is terrified of emotions that plague her as she deals with her employee, Grayson Delaney. Her resolve to never yield to emotions that trapped her mother is sorely tested as Gray becomes a true asset to the brewery while keeping secrets of his own.Read more ›
More Than Willing
Their relationship develops at a believable pace, and their inner conflicts and outside obstacles will keep you turning the page.
This is no ordinary romance, but one to savor like a rich glass of brew.
The heroine is the daughter of a viscount who had been a younger son and the daughter of a prosperous wine merchant. When the father becomes the heir and has to shoulder responsibility over his inheritance, a brewery and the estate which is entailed but dependant on the brewery, he is unable to live up to the responsibility and it is his wife who steps in. Their oldest daughter witnesses a marriage which was a love match but due to circumstances became a living hell for both parents, the father who no one treats with respect because he does nothing to earn it and the mother who works long days do keep the family going but knowing that with her work she diminishes her husband's standing in the eyes of those around them and who depend on the brewery for a living.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I thoroughly enjoyed Gray and Maggie's story. Only recently started reading Laura Landon, and have to say she is becoming one of my favorite authors. Read morePublished 1 month ago by SusanF
A woman running a brewery that is not hers a second son of an Earl who has been cut off from his father's fortune sent to run said brewery!!!Published 2 months ago by laney
This is a very well done historical romance set in late 1800's England. I loved this fresh approach to the typical second son of an earl dilemma. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Sue
Laura Landon is an excellent writer and story teller. I have enjoyed many of her books and this one does not disappoint. Read morePublished 2 months ago by DeeBee
I am loving all of thus authors books. I cannot wait to read the next one. Finally I enjoy reading again.Published 2 months ago by Jeannie
I liked the hero. He did not spend any time feeling sorry for himself. He knew that he was responsible for his choices. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Mur3
My 6th Landon book was not a charm. I can't get past the 2nd chapter. It's downright boring. This is very unlike her usual stories. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Jezebel