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No Lord Desired

A Historical Regency Romance
Narrated by: Marian Hussey
Series: The Evesham Daughters, Book 2
Length: 6 hrs and 53 mins
Categories: Romance, Historical
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A gentleman of noble descent.

A young woman who has renounced all noblemen.

A secret that may change everything.

Lady Felicity knows exactly what she does not want. Since she was bitterly betrayed by a noble, she has vowed to stay away from any blue-blooded man. Even for Lord Layton, one of London’s most sought-after bachelors, she feels nothing but disdain, even though both families would favour a marriage between them.

No "peacocky" lord should, nor will, ever conquer her heart - for that already belongs to another man: To the brave, masked stranger who steps into the ring in the sinful and filthy drinking holes of Whitechapel. No one has ever seen his face.

Since he became Felicity’s saviour late at night in the city’s dark depths, the young woman has lost her heart, and a marriage to Lord Layton is less likely than ever before.

When a threat emerges from Felicity’s past, her mysterious hero is the only one she can turn to, and he becomes her closest ally...

But how will Lady Felicity react when she finds out who is hiding behind the mask?

Dramatic - suspenseful - heart-warming. A traditional romance novel by Audrey Ashwood that takes place in the midst of the colourful Regency era.

Sweet Regency romance novel. No cliffhanger.

©2020 Audrey Ashwood (P)2020 Audrey Ashwood

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  • karen
  • 23-08-2020

Terrible Writing

This is the second book I have read by this author and it will be the last. I am not sure why she uses some of the terms/words in this book. Some examples: 1 pater, in England the name would be pastor or father. The one used in the book is wrong for the place and time of the story 2 "raised it's ugly neck", the term is raised it's ugly head...so not sure if this is misread by the narrator, but MH is very good 3 "energetic chin", how can a part of your face be energetic?? If anyone has an answer I would be curious to hear it 4 "sorry I behaved so stormy", this is said by a Bow Street Runner...it just sounds weird *there are many more, but not enough space to list them all The heroine runs around in the worst part of London at night and no one seems to wonder where she might be. I guess no one cares about her, even her mother. The hero's bastard brother shows up and joins the family like it was nothing...not in this time period. Everything about this story is just so out of place and ridiculous I stopped reading with any real interest. The last 2 hours I fell asleep, and it was a pleasure!! I don't know how it ends, but I am sure it was a HEA. There is also very little dialogue and what there is is silly. The writing is just so terrible I can't recommend this book or author. I read the first in the series and it was okay, but this one is awful.