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Lord Vernon and Lady Beatrice Chalcroft had been betrothed since childhood. However, unlike most arranged marriages, Vernon had loved Beatrice since the first time he saw her. The season they should have been married found the relationship severed by jealousy and pride.

Lady Beatrice was sent away from home to reform her spiteful behavior, and finds herself reduced from a duke's daughter to a life of service in Scotland trying to learn the ways of the less privileged. Lord Vernon, hurt and determined to forgo love, decides to move on with an unemotional marriage of convenience.

Will the two find their way back together again? Or will Vernon choose another bride first? Will Beatrice be able to humble herself and reform her hurtful, spoiled ways?

©2014 Elizabeth Johns (P)2015 Elizabeth Johns

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  • Laurie S
  • 13-09-20

This is an interesting story

The characters had depth and growth. It was a nice break from the usual hate-to-lust-to love trope. I finished it in 24 hours and enjoyed it, only speeding it up during a couple of slower segments toward the latter part. As other reviews have mentioned, the narrator mispronounces priory. I thought she said it correctly the first two times. Indeed it was an odd pronunciation, but don’t let that stop you from enjoying a good story. One thing I question is how a cousin was so forgiving about something. In truth, I hadn’t finished the first in this series, so maybe it was handled more deeply there.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 29-05-20

good listen

an enjoyable story, slightly marred by the pronunciation of priory, word which came up often. ... why the narrator decided to say 'preery' one can only wonder.

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  • Karen
  • 04-11-18

Transported!

Wonderful rendition of Elizabeth Johns’ story. I fell head over heels for Beatrice - after detesting the same TON brat in Surrender the Past. Elizabeth Johns brings her characters to life and takes the reader/listener to them! Encourage strongly that you try this audible. You won’t be disappointed!!