The third and final book in the Daughters of Bainbridge House by Laurie Alice Eakes is called A Reluctant Courtship and follows Honore Bainbridge. Honore, the youngest in the family, does not have the best of luck finding a suitor, as she was courted by both a traitor and a murderer. When her family send her away to their summer home she finds herself falling for Lord Ashmoor - Meric Poole. He also has secrets that might make him unsuitable for her; he came back to England from America and is accused of helping people escape from Dartmoor Prison.
From the first line, I was completely enthralled in this story with its romance and mystery. I really liked the main characters in this story and Laurie Alice Eakes’ writing style. She makes the reader feel as if they can relate to the characters and their need for forgiveness. I would recommend this entire series to anyone interested in historical romance books.
Available October 2013 at your favorite bookseller from Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group.
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