- File Size: 230 KB
- Print Length: 57 pages
- Publisher: Harper & Appleton (June 1, 2020)
- Publication Date: June 1, 2020
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B087ZPM7RX
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #50,847 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Book starts with authors other works and synopsis of this story.
Story starts with Charlotte and she's down on her luck now that it's been almost a full year and no funds frm the widow pension she was to receive.
Her husband Edward had died in the war and Georgianna had delivered that message to her and to tell her if she ever needed anything to let her know.
She has just sold her wedding ring and she had to buy a winter coat for little Eddie as he gave his to a street urchin. When she returns to the apartment the locks had been changed and an eviction notice on the door.
She leaves to go find a way to get to Georgianna. Even the landlady won't let her young daughter has her doll... They leave with nothing but clothes on their backs.
She fears she will be caught as she runs from the store where she got Eddie his coat-she stole it as she didn't even have enough money...a man calls "Mrs. Hale" as she's leaving and looks at him.
Charlotte tells him she is not Mrs. Hale but Mrs. Lenning... She agrees to get in his coach with the children and head to the town she's attempting to get to-he is going to that town also to visit with his mother and sister Georgianna.
He never tells her his correct name either but his public name...At the first inn Phillip finds the room unsuitable as there is no heat nor lights. They head to the next one door the road and as there is only one room she and the children get it and he goes back to the first inn for a room.
Next morning he joins them for breakfast but he has weather problems and nobody is leaving the inn.... She has a few choices for him....
Love the parts where he is able to entertain the children and the games he finds as so educational and fun. He has a livery man show the children also other things they should know how to do-helpful for when they get older.
It's Christmas eve and his family has traditions that he tells them about as he hands over the toys he had bought for the Hale children. On Edwards deathbed he had promised to take care of them.
She is so desolate and wonders how she will even pay her share of the food and rooms....
Like this story for many reasons: the games played and things taught, location and descriptions.
Surprises so unpredictable for everyone as they head to Georgianna's house. Have read the other books in the series and they can be read ss a stand alone.
Received this review copy from the author and this is my honest opinion.
Lord Philip Fenton, or Captain Fenton as he prefers to be called, has just returned from war to see his family again. He longs to see his sister, the Duchess of Fordham of Gossingham Hall. But, he had also promised his fellow soldier, Edward Hale as the man lay dying that he would care for his family.
When Philip sees the young family on the street, he stops and offers them a ride. Knowing she is taking a chance, Charlotte accepts because she does not want her children to freeze. She gives the man another last name. As these two get to know one another better, they find goodness in one another.
This is a lovely story that emphasizes the goodness in people and how kindness can develop into more. Once again, Cheryl Bolen has written a heartwarming story that proves that love conquers all.
I voluntarily reviewed an Advanced Reader Copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
Philip although titled travels as just a regular man which leads him to not tell Charlotte who he really is. But Philip was with her husband Captain Hale when he died and he promised to take care of his family. Which sadly he find he arrived to late to do so as the family has been evicted from their house. While chasing down to find them he see Charlotte and two children. Philip thought he found the Hale family but Charlotte keeps her identity secret too. But when Philip learns they are traveling to the same location he offers to take them. Of course things happen along with way and identities start to be revealed along with their feelings toward each other. Easy, quick and enjoyable read.
The sweet story of a young widow with 2 children who after a year of finding it hard to support herself and her children had to finally give her wedding ring away to pay for food and rent. Then was evicted with nowhere to go.
Then Phillip Fenton, a soldier who was in command of Charlotte's husband had promised to make sure that his wife and kids would be fine.
This is a quick read, but was interesting on how in just a few days a family was made. I really enjoyed reading Charlotte and Phillips story and looking forward to reading the other books in the series and also Cheryl's other wonderful books💕
A delightful sweet clean Regency romance novella, and, I was lucky enough to request and receive a copy of this story from the author. It is an easy read relating a story where timing is everything. I so enjoyed my time in this story that I couldn’t put it down; thus, I stayed up reading rather than go to bed when I should have. This is a worthy read. Happy Reading ! !