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Exile's Return (Guardians of the Crown Book 3) by [Stuart, Alison]
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The breath-taking conclusion to Alison Stuart’s English Civil War trilogy introduces a heroine with nothing left to lose and a hero with everything to gain…

England, 1659: Following the death of Cromwell, a new king is poised to ascend the throne of England. One by one, those once loyal to the crown begin to return ...

Imprisoned, exiled and tortured, fugitive Daniel Lovell returns to England, determined to kill the man who murdered his father. But his plans for revenge must wait, as the King has one last mission for him.

Agnes Fletcher's lover is dead, and when his two orphaned children are torn from her care by their scheming guardian, she finds herself alone and devastated by the loss. Unwilling to give up, Agnes desperately seeks anyone willing to accompany her on a perilous journey to save the children and return them to her care. She didn't plan on meeting the infamous Daniel Lovell. She didn't plan on falling in love.

Thrown together with separate quests – and competing obligations – Daniel and Agnes make their way from London to the English countryside, danger at every turn. When they are finally given the opportunity to seize everything they ever hoped for, will they find the peace they crave, or will their fledgling love be a final casualty of war?


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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1136 KB
  • Print Length: 262 pages
  • Publisher: Escape Publishing - Harlequin Enterprises, Australia Pty Ltd (1 February 2016)
  • Sold by: Harlequin Australia
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01AL792A0
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #167,276 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I reviewed book 1 and book 2 of this excellent trilogy lat last year. And I have to say that book 3 does not disappoint. Another moving and compelling tale of loyalty, loss and love in the dangerous and uncertain times of mid 17th century England.

Ms Stuart once again hauntingly evokes the tension and uncertainty of the times. Again plot and counter plot entwine themselves about the hapless characters. Even more strongly, she conveys the utter helplessness of a woman alone and the even greater helplessness of a woman with two orphaned children in her care. What might be called these days ‘collateral damage’, Agnes Fletcher is just another victim of the fall-out of the political battle between Commonwealth and King that ran over twenty-odd years.

The final book brings together the threads of the previous two, and we find Jonathan and Kate Thornton from book 1 and Kit and Thamsine Lovell from book 2 drawn into the danger and daring of the final audacious act.

In a revealing little interlude between Agnes and Daniel, the author touches the heart of the enduring fascination with the doggedly loyal Royalists. Hope requires a lot more courage than despair in dark times. The laconic awareness with which the protagonists approach the final mad venture, is deeply moving. There is hard-nosed and hard-won realism behind the all-or-nothing attitude that speaks of immense moral and physical courage. I think Ms Stuart has conveyed this beautifully throughout the three books of this trilogy. The Royalists weren’t just romantic fools, they were intelligent and talented men – and often subtle and devious withal – with a great deal to lose, knowing clearly what they were putting on the line for their belief in the rightful claim of their monarch.
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