The Earl I Adore
Sophie Wembley is about to discover two hard truths: When planning a rushed betrothal, one must not be picky; and when the perfect earl happens by, one must not be shy…After receiving word that her sister has eloped, even ever-optimistic Sophie has trouble staying positive. She needs to secure... show more
Sophie Wembley is about to discover two hard truths: When planning a rushed betrothal, one must not be picky; and when the perfect earl happens by, one must not be shy…After receiving word that her sister has eloped, even ever-optimistic Sophie has trouble staying positive. She needs to secure her future before the scandal destroys her prospects, although she doesn’t relish the idea of a hasty marriage. But her longtime crush has just shown up for the summer festival in Bath. He may be the key to avoiding disgrace and getting a happily ever after…if she can bring herself to pursue him.John “Evan” Fairfax, Earl of Evansleigh, is one of the most popular bachelors in the ton. However, his easygoing ways hide a dark past he’s determined to keep secret. Evan has always kept acquaintances at arm’s length for self-preservation, but there’s something irresistible about Sophie…and her seductive charms may well sway the confirmed bachelor to seize a chance at love.
Format: mass market paperback
Pages no: 336
Edition language: English
Series: Prelude to a Kiss (#2)
If there was such a thing as YA- adult historical romance, this book would be the first on the list. It's incredibly light and fluffy, I like stories with a little more depth and edge. The heroine, hero, and storyline was all wallpaper and I never felt their relationship. If looking for a easy clean...
A cute historical romance with an interesting plot but while the heroine was kind she was way too meek. When she wasn't fumbling about she let others walk all over her and before long I was skimming a lot. Sophie learns she must marry quickly and sets out to seduce Earl Evan who she has secretly de...
I received a digital copy from Berkley in exchange for an honest review. The Earl I Adore is a great book. I think Sophie and John are a great pair even with their individual quirks that through the story seem to keep them apart even as they both find their way together. The Earl I Adore is a more m...
I was lucky enough to be sent an ARC of this book for an honest review. Where to begin? Hmmm... well I'll start with the fact that I've read all of Erin Knightley's books. While they are all wonderful, none have come close to the first that I read, More Than A Stranger. I was very surprised that I...