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An Unlikely Hero: Signet Regency Romance (InterMix) (A Dorsetville Novel) Kindle Edition
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I enjoyed this book and would recommend it to anyone who enjoys regency romance. However, I would point out that if a reader enjoys hotter romance they will not find it in this book. The hero and heroine do no more than kiss.
The friend, Gilbey Kentwell, is a poor viscount, low on the peerage totem pole and, as such, the twins' father warns him against any pretensions to his daughters' hands in marriage. All this, in itself, would be enough for many Regency authors, but Eastwood throws in a misunderstood health issue of one of the daughters, which they are keeping secret, and a blackmailer who has apparently discovered this secret.
Our hero, the viscount, is a lovely beta fellow who ends up saving the day for everyone and also ends up with the love of his life. This is a nicely written HR. Characters are well developed and the writing is good and very professional.
The friend is Nicholas, Marquess of Edmonton. Nicholas encourages his friend to come to a house party at his family estate on break from college. During the house party a love story buds and many interesting things happen. I enjoyed this book and enjoyed reading about some of the characters in the previous book, A PERILOUS JOURNEY. I highly recommend it.
A COMPLETE PICTURE INSIDE OF EACH ONE. THIS BOOK HAS IT ALL... DRAMA, SADNESS, ROMANCE AND BEST
OF ALL SOME REALLY FUNNY PARTS. I WILL SAY THIS, IT IS JUST TO BAD THAT THIS TEXAN CAN`T TRANSPORT
THAT DUKE TO THE 21st. CENTURY, AND GIVE HIM A LITLE "HOME BREWED" ON WOMEN'S LIB.