Author: Eleanor Meyers
Genre: Historical Romance
Rating: 4.6 out of 5 stars
Lady Rachel Lush has spent her Seasons as a wallflower.
After a tragedy leaves her brokenhearted, she sets a course for Spinsterhood.
Being alone means no one can hurt you.
But her mind begins to change when a man from her past returns… A soldier who can protect her.
Reuben Smith… or rather Lord Eastridge… may have earned his title while fighting for England, but at night, when he removes his mask, she sees the man beneath.
A bastard and former footman turned viscount.
Very few are able to ignore his common blood.
However, Lady Rachel sees his soul.
She alone understands the pauper and the prince are one man.
And while he tries to distance himself at balls, the dangerous dark streets of London will force them together.
Protecting Rachel is something he knows he can do, but denying his growing feelings becomes just as tiring as pretending to fit into civilized Society.
In the end, will Rachel be able to turn her pauper into a prince?
Or will Society force them to be forever apart?
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.
So come away with her and be enthralled in the beautiful Regency era!
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