Shunned No More
Book 1, A Lady Forsaken
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A Lady Shunned by All…
Lady Viola Oberbrook only wanted to forget the ill-fated early morning duel that took the lives of two young, wealthy, promising men of the ton and sent her fleeing for her father’s country estate. Eight years later, she has her life in order: a fulfilling business, a few trusted friends, and no plans to return to London society. What she doesn’t expect is to come face to face with her past.
A Lord Betrayed by One…
Brock Spencer, Earl of Haversham, only wants vengeance. Recently returned from his military service to the King, his plans include repairing his family estate, finding a bride, and destroying the girl responsible for the untimely death of his twin brothers. What he doesn’t anticipate is falling in love with the only woman who should never be part of his future.
An Impossible Match, Destined to Be…
Shunned no more
Good characters. No explicit sex scenes that I appreciate. I would reccomend.
ASHUNNED NO MORE
I REALLY ENJOYED READING THIS BOOK. THE FEW TYPOS WERE EASY TO DISREGARD.
Wonderful first book in the series!
This book starts with a young and foolish Lady Viola, who as a debutante, inspired a duel between two brothers that did not end well for either.
She has been spending the years since that event in seclusion, raising foals and helping disadvantaged children.
Brock returned to his estate to find a wife, fill the barn with foals and seek revenge for his brothers' death. When he met Lady Viola while purchasing the foals, he was unaware that it was the same women responsible for their deaths.
My heart hurt for Lady Viola. While she inspired the duel, the bothers were responsible for their own actions. She tried to work hard, give back and live her life without trouble. She did not want romance in her life, yet her father thought it was time for her to re-introduce herself to society and find a husband. She was so trusting of those close to her and did not want to go back to the life of the ton. Sadly, the choice was not for her to make.
Christina McKnight brought all of the characters to life with her words. At one point, and I won't share which one, I actually cried. It's rare that an author can do that to do with his/her words.
I loved this book and hope that you will to.