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Sharing an appreciation for horses, but little else, Elizabeth rejectes Maxim's proposal of marriage. Her trust having been betrayed before, Lizzie doesn't find it easy to trust anyone, and the earl's reputation with the ladies certainly doesn't win her over. But the earl is known as "The Indomitable" and he's not about to give up.
This is the second book by Hazel Statham that I've read, and I know I'll be first in line when her next book comes out. In "Lizzie's Rake", Statham has once again created a cast of interesting and complex characters who pull you immediately into the storyline. Other than her complete knowledge of the Regency era and her ability to paint the picture for her reader, Statham's greatest strength is her characters.
Multi-faceted, and yet, seemingly simple and straightforward at times, Lizzie, Maxim, and a host of other characters make this Regency romance a charming and delightful read. A romance novel that every reader will feel comfortable sharing, the perfect combination of characters, an interesting plot, a tiny bit of mystery, and a love of horses work together to create a story that you'll want to read more than once.
Ive, has won a property in Yorkshire. Thinking to bring the property up to snuff and dispose of it, he is surprised to find it occupied by a young woman and her younger brother and sister. Elizabeth Granger has been managing as best she could since her older brother lost the family estate and left for America.
Maxim is drawn to the lovely Lizzie, and they share a love of horses. When a fire destroys the family home, Maxim offers Lizzie and her family a place to stay at his own estate. Even though she is mistrustful of the notorious rake, she has little choice but to accept his offer. Maxim soon loses his heart to Lizzie, and he is shaken when she turns down his marriage proposal.
However, he is a man who is used to having his way, and if he must change his ways to have what he wants--love and a life with Lizzie--then change he will.
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But will society let him become a changed man? Will Lizzie ever fully trust Maxim and give him her heart as she longs to do? Hazel Statham has captured the essence of Regency Romance in a story all her own with captivating characters and an involving, intriguing story line.
December 16, by carolcork. A woman who refuses to be charmed!
What a delightful, romantic and heart-warming Christmas story! Henry Hal Stuart, only son and heir to the Earl of Redbridge, hated everything his mean, dictatorial father stood for and adopting a rakish lifestyle was his way of annoying his father. After inheriting the earldom, Hal finds that his old life has lost its appeal and he is more interested in running the estate, reading the financial news and listening to debates in the Lords. I am the single most eligible man at this ball.
Maybe his confidence might be a little premature when Aaron names the lady he has chosen for the wager…the frosty, unapproachable Lady Elizabeth Wilding. Her father refuses to give up hope that she might find a suitable husband but nothing will tempt her to ever marry again. She was no longer a dreamer but a realist whose eyes had been opened to the harsh realities of life. Now he is older, Lizzie wants Georgie to have a normal childhood; to go school, make friends and grow up free from the stigma of his illegitimacy. She has purchased a cottage in Yorkshire with an inheritance from her grandmother and, once the Christmas festivities are over, she intends to start a new life there as Mrs Smith, a young war widow.
The only thing Lizzie dreads is telling her father who has always stood by her and adores his grandson.