A New Home for the Duke: A Regency Romance Rose Pearson
Jenny became a governess for the Duke’s children. He lost his wife and sent his children back to London. His children are James and Marry. Both are not only missing their mother but also feels the loss of their father due to his choice not to have them near him. He is sent home to London and is always in his cups. Carringtons behaviour from the grief has his children behaving very poorly, biting and saying hurtful things trying to have Jenny run off, but they fall because she has no where else to go.
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This is another book in the The Returned Lords of Grosvenor Square series. Each book in this series is a complete stand alone book which are sweet and clean stories. While in the army in India Lord Stephen Carrington Duke of Edgewater’s wife died leaving two children. The Duke can not come to terms with the loss of his wife and sends the children back to England. He drowns his sorrows in the bottle and ends up being tossed out of the army and sent back to England. Miss Jenny Edgington has been engaged as a governess and has been helping the children with their feelings both of the loss of their mother and the absence of their father. Can she help the Duke with his feeling too? I have enjoyed each book I have read in this series. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
Sweet, heart-warming tale of loss. Realistic characters and a wonderful storyline, added to my enjoyment of this book. Carrington’s depression following the death of his wife, affected not only himself, but his children. When Jenny enters into the equation, she must at first try to understand and help the children, but eventually must also attempt to change the way Carrington looks at his past and his future. This book follows his up and down, return journey to a peaceful life. I enjoyed this story very much. I received a copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving an honest review.