Author: Eleanor Meyers
Genre: Historical Romance
Rating: 4.7 out of 5 stars
When Lady Philomena Housley finds herself proposed to by the Marquess of Durham, she only hesitates a day before agreeing- never mind that she’s never met the gentleman in her life.
But … her hopes of happiness are shattered when she finally meets the man.
As circumstances escalate, it seems only right to end their engagement, no matter the toll it takes on her reputation… or her heart.
Lord Morgan Platt was happy as a second son and a spy for the British.
He never wanted his mother in charge of choosing his wife.
But … since he was incapable of doing anything about the situation, he sets into his new life.
Life becomes harder when he realizes that the woman he’s supposed to marry is also the ward of his greatest enemy.
Their union is a threat to the nation’s security… and to his very soul.
If it’s a choice between the love of a woman and the loyalty to his country, Morgan only has one choice.
He’s just not sure what it is.
Can Morgan and Philomena save the kingdom and their engagement?
Or will London’s greatest enemy finally win?
About the Author:
Eleanor Meyers is a hopeless romantic who believes that one should breathe and live on love. She is especially intrigued by the love tales of the Regency era due to the juxtaposition of tradition and love in a very stylistic fashion.
At a young age, she is inspired by the works of Jane Austen and Georgette Heyer. There is a strong romantic appeal about that era and it is Eleanor’s desire that readers will take time to come away with her through her writings and immerse oneself in that time when love was so pure and intense.
In Eleanor’s writings, there is a pragmatic display of human’s imperfections; hence characters who may be flawed in certain ways. In the midst of dealing with one’s imperfections, a couple found love, found hope in each other and in God.
Eleanor incorporated messages of redemption, forgiveness and sometimes inner deliverances from the bondages that so held a character for so long. It is her belief that no matter how seemingly hopeless one’s situation might be, there will always be hope. They key is to wait and to believe and to hold on.
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