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Book Description

England, 1667: Sensible Clarice Bradford is content in her widowhood. She has a pretty one-room cottage and a lovely little daughter, and the last thing she wants is another husband. Until one fairytale evening when she's invited to a wedding at a castle...
Scottish gentleman Sir Cameron Leslie is smitten with the shy, English beauty at first sight. He's fiercely drawn to the very strength and independence that make her unwilling to throw caution to the wind and bestow her heart on a younger man. Though passion flares between them, it will take everything Cameron can muster to reawaken Clarice's long-forgotten dreams of true love...

Book Review

In the last book of the series, Emerald, we met the widow Clarice Bradford who adopts the orphan Mary. The widow has a purpose to life again when the cherubic little victim of the London fire ends up in her home. What she did not count on is the attention of a Scottish gentleman.

Sir Cameron Leslie is in England for his cousin's wedding, not to find a bride of his own. Yet as he spends more time with Clarice he realizes that she is perfect for him. Clarice is a victim of domestic abuse and not quite so ready to trust her heart to a man determined to play her fairy tale prince.

The story is a tender and gentle love story which brings the vulnerabilities of both characters to the front. While not directly related to the Chase Family it makes enjoyable reading and provides a nice tying up of loose ends on the Scottish side of the family.

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