Monday, January 22, 2018

Review of The Earl Most Likely by Jane Goodger


Jane has done it again, another outstanding Historical Romance with a wonderful and unique plot and absolutely lovable characters that come to life for your reading pleasure.  Jane's stories are full of laughter, heartfelt emotion, and best of all what we all read Historical Romance, a love to last a lifetime and beyond.

What do you get when you have a plain, skinny girl who is the daughter of a tin mine owner with a photographic memory and a heart full of courage and strength and a handsome Earl who needs help restoring his ancestral home back to the way it was before his dead wife practically destroyed the history of the estate.  An enthralling and witty read that will leave you never wanting it to end. 

This is a story about the preconceived notions of both the common people and the titled.  Augustus has plans that do not include a girl that makes him crazy with lust.  He needs his home restored so that he can hold a ball and find a proper young lady to marry and produce heirs.  Only he doesn't count on Harriet.  She is not the plain or common girl he first thought,  and he wants her.  Harriet knows that she will never marry because she has been ignored by everyone except her beloved younger sister.  Her parents practically act like she doesn't exist.  Here is her chance to experience what life has to offer and she jumps right in.

To find out what happens you will need to read this book.  It is the second in The Brides of St. Ives Series but can be read as a stand-alone.  If you have never read a book by Jane, I say it's about time and this one is a great place to start.

Received a Complimentary Copy for an honest review.


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