The Duke’s Saving Grace: A Regency Romance: The Returned Lords of Grosvenor Square (Book 3) Rose Pearson
Abernathy is a Duke, he went to war and was injured. He lost two fingers and has substantial injuries to his face and has lost his vision in one eye. He lives in pain and darkness of his own choice.
Deborah is ready to take her vows to become a nun. She tends to men who have been injured in the war. She is very compassionate and tends to them tirelessly. She prays over them and holds their hand when they leave this world.
She is sent to tend a Duke and questions her self as she feels her heart open up and have love bloom for the Duke.
Will he ever come from the shadows?
I truly enjoyed reading this book. I personally felt that Deborah was wonderful. The way she has fire in her to keep going, where as anyone else would have ran from the situation of the man throwing items. Brave girl indeed.
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Endearing, Heart-warming Regency Tale. This well-developed story shows some of the depression that injured soldiers suffered when returning to England during the Napoleonic war. Lord Abernathy’s reasons for his anger however, differed from that of the common folk of the times, but it still affected his return to society. When his sister takes matters into her own hands and requests help with Abernathy, Deborah is encouraged to travel to his estate to try to help him throw off his dark feelings and bring him back into the light. What happens next makes this such a lovely story which held my interest all the way through. There were even a couple of times I had to resort to the tissues. I really loved this story and highly recommend it. I received a copy of this book from Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving an honest review.
Deborah is an orphan raised in the abbey and is wanting to be a nun. She has been helping the nuns tending to soldiers wounded in the war. When the sister of a Duke who has been injured asks the abbey to send someone to tend to him Deborah is the one to go. The duke has been injured in the face and hands and is in despair because of the injuries. He is angry and stubborn but Deborah is just as stubborn to try to help him. I enjoyed this story - both plot and characters.
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