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by Grace Burrowes
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Lady Wesley's Salon
Lady Wesley's Salon rated it 8 years ago
Grace Burrowes is a very talented writer, and she creates characters you come to really care about. This is a good thing, as the first three books in the Windham series are basically the same plot, with different people and settings. The Heir: duke’s heir, burdened by the demands of running the duke...
Rachel's books
Rachel's books rated it 9 years ago
This was a sweet read. Val is a sensitive person and Ellen is perfect for him. I was looking forward to this book and it didn't disappoint. This is a fun, sweet romance series. Recommended.
Victoria Vane
Victoria Vane rated it 9 years ago
Grace Burrowes is a gifted writer. I found myself frequently re-reading paragraphs or bits of dialogue out of appreciation for her eloquence of expression.She layers her stories with emotion and seems to uniquely embrace the subtleties of not just the developing romance between the h/h but the vario...
Ramblings of a Random Reader
Ramblings of a Random Reader rated it 9 years ago
It took a second time starting this before I could get into, but once I did I found that I loved it. Val and Ellen are so wnderful, both have suffered great losses and have had difficulty coming to terms with those losses. The story is interwoven with Val's brother from the previous two books and se...
BookRecommendations rated it 9 years ago
This is Grace Burrowes at her best. This might sound strange, but I am glad I read Lady Sophia's book first. Don't get me wrong, Lady Sophia's Christmas Wish is an decent book, but this one is so much better. ( Ironically, Lady Sophia's Christmas Wish got nominated to a RITA). So, what did I love ...
Angels With Attitude Book Reviews
Angels With Attitude Book Reviews rated it 10 years ago
Angels With Attitude Book Reviews The Virtuoso (Duke's Obsession, #3)(Windham, #3) by Grace Burrowes http://angelswithattitudebookreviews-joelle.blogspot.com/ My rating: 4 of 5 stars The highly praised trilogy of Regency romances by award-winning author Grace Burrowes concludes with gifted pi...
Ilze rated it 10 years ago
My jury is still out on this one. Quite a few interesting elements in the story, but I didn't get carried away with it to the point where I could not put it down. The story is told mostly from the hero's POV or a neutral POV, very little from the heroine's POV. Mostly she seems to just wring her han...
Blodeuedd rated it 10 years ago
Ever since I read about Val in book 1 I wanted to read his book, he just felt so different than other heroes. He just sat by his piano all day long and played. He sounded so sweet.In this one he wins an estate and goes to fix it up, and to rest since his hand is red and swollen (poor Val, all he wan...
Anna Bobs Her Hair - Silent Reader, Talking Books
3 stars or 3.5 This book starts strong. We’re given a delicious beta hero, a lovely widow, and a natural-feeling romance. Then, the plot deteriorates with critical revelations and nonsensical behavior. The some- kind-of-wonderful feeling turns into what-the-heck is happening. Sighs turn into g...
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