Max needs our book help! Ohhhh this one sounds full of secrets and angst and since I don’t have much historical romance experience, I haven’t read it, but maybe you have?
Love your blog, I know I can always find something to read here if I’m in a reader rut 😉 . Keep up the good work!
Now I have been thinking about a book I read years ago but I can’t remember which one it actually was.
It’s Historical Romance and I first thought it might be a Lisa Kleypas book.
I remember it being part of a series…
The rest I remember does involve Spoilers so heads up…
I remember that the Hero had revenge on his mind on a man (a duke I think) that harmed his family (it resulted in death I don’t remember if it was murder of suicide), he marries the Heroin and she finds out his revenge…
…is meant for the man that is her father but the Hero does not know he is her father.
Meanwhile she searches all orphanages in London for the child left behind by her father and the woman/girl he killed.
Hope you can help me!!
Anyone have a guess?
Jan: I think it could be Lisa Kleypas’ Marrying Winterborne. It’s a lovely book.
Max: Thanks for the recommendation 😀 I’m about half way through re-reading it, thanks to you, and I think you might be right 🙂 Thank you for your help!!
Maryse: YAY!!!!! Jan is our resident Historical Romance pro, so I’m so glad she was able to help!! 🙂
Max: I’ve finished rereading the suggestion from Jan and she was absolutely right 🙂 You guys made my day too, it really was stuck in my head 😉 Anywho thanks for the (very fast) help, have a great day!! X Max (Back to rereading the whole series hihihi 😉)
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I think it could be Lisa Kleypas’ Marrying Winterborne. It’s a lovely book.
YAY!!! I’m adding it. Thank you Jan! 🙂
Thanks for the recommendation 😀 I’m about half way through re-reading it, thanks to you, and I think you might be right 🙂 Thank you for your help!!