Ethan: Lord of Scandals (Lonely Lords)
Ethan Grey's life was shattered... Estranged from his family, widowed after an unhappy marriage, and weary from fighting his troubled past, Ethan Grey now has a chance for redemption. His son's beautiful and remarkable governess might help him battle his ghosts, but it's been a long time since... show more
Ethan Grey's life was shattered... Estranged from his family, widowed after an unhappy marriage, and weary from fighting his troubled past, Ethan Grey now has a chance for redemption. His son's beautiful and remarkable governess might help him battle his ghosts, but it's been a long time since he let himself get close to anyone. Alice Portman has more in common with Ethan than she can comfortably admit. For now, she's satisfied with helping him rebuild his life and family. But the dangerous past is about to catch up with them both. An unforgettable Regency tale of two wounded people who get another chance at love. Award-winning New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Grace Burrowes's extraordinary writing will immerse you in a Regency world unlike any you've experienced.
Format: Mass Market
Publish date: September 1st 2013
Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
Series: Lonely Lords (#3)
I'd never read anything by Grace Burrowes before, but I liked Ethan despite its lord-and-governess trope--I'm not a big fan of lord/governess, boss/secretary, teacher/student romances; I just find the skewed power dynamic to be too skeevy. This one works, though (at least for me), because Ethan is a...
Grace Burrowes just keeps getting better and better. So much to love about this book: Ethan, the hero who has spent more than half of his life getting over a traumatic assault when he was 14, Alice the heroine, who is suffering for herself and her sister, all the wonderful parts about horses and rid...
A bit uneven in places but enjoyable. There were a few different twists I didn't see coming. Nice to see old characters again and meet new ones. I'm excited for the next book in this series.
3.5 I'm not 'into' historical romances, but I have to say that Grace Burrowes writes a pretty good one. I have no idea if there's any historical accuracy in her books, and I'm pretty sure that quite a bit of the 'sexual/seduction' scenes would be considered atypical for the time period, but that's...
Grace Burrowes has upped her game with Ethan, giving the reader an intriguing plot with surprising twists populated by fully-developed, complex characters. Actually, there are two not so fully-developed characters – Ethan’s sons, Jeremiah, age six, and Joshua, age five. Be warned – if you don’t like...