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His sons’ beautiful and stubborn governess might help him battle his ghosts, but it’s been a long time since he let rgace get close to anyone.

The query letter that resulted in “the call” started out: But Ethan and Alice are both haunted by their pasts and must overcome them for burrowex chance at life together. I keep having a hard time deciding which Lonely Lord I like the best. The other characters, including the other “Lost Lords” as well as Ethan’s two young sons are all wonderfully written characters.

Lovely, gentle book about the healing power of love and the emotional bonds that can form between people who are haunted by abuse. Nick and Ethan’s relationship grows and starts to get back to what it once was. I liked Alice too, but — well — her ‘secret’ didn’t seem all that mind bending to me — certainly not enough to have her becoming a governess and changing her name, etc.

This is a story of two people carrying heavy burdens of guilt and who find in each other the key gracs their happiness. At age 14, Ethan was sent off to a harsh public school and then to Cambridge.

Ethan was fourteen when he was ripped from his siblings and tossed into a hellish school. A genuine friendship quickly develops between Ethan and Alice, and before long, a romance, which is also a delight. This one made my heart clench I liked Alice too, but — well — her ‘secret’ di I’ll start by saying I really enjoyed the book. Her hip was etnan damaged at one point and as we get teased with how that came to be, I began to have a sneaking suspicion of who lay at the base of both of their hurts.


Jun 24, Betty rated it it was amazing. There’s just something about that one that appeals to me. He’s a widower who married to save his child from the lable of bastard.

The marriage was awful and his wife was unfaithful, throwing butrowes infidelities in his face and blaming them on Ethan because of his dwindling interest in her.

In this book we also meet another interest for Ethan, Alice Portman is a governess, newly hired for Ethan’s two boys. I’m not fond of kids please don’t hate me! Reclusive Ethan Grey is almost the exact opposite of his garrulous, younger half-brother Nicholas Haddonfield, now Earl Bellefonte.

I agree with some other reviewers that it’s a little difficult to keep all the tertiary characters straight. Ethan learned that his two young boys who were also visiting Nicholas, had been abused ethaan the teacher that he had hired for his two boys. A Truly Perfect Gentleman.

You are commenting using your WordPress. Ethan, too, shut himself off from his family, believing himself to be irretrievably damaged as the result of the abuse he suffered at the school he was sent etgan aged fourteen.

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Ethan and Nick were raised together until the age of 14 when the old Earl made some incorrect assumptions about the relationship between Nick and Ethan.

I wanted to start Beckman, but I don’t have it with me! Actually, he is a half brother and by-blow of his father. I adored the way that Ethan gradually opened up to let Nick back in, and the way that Nick never gave up on him even when he was rebuffed.

Estranged from his family, widowed after an unhappy marriage, and weary from fighting his troubled past, Ethan Grey now has a chance for redemption. The earl sent Ethan away and didn’t let them attend any of the same schools, etc.

Ethan: Lord of Scandals

Jun 20, HJ rated it really liked it. She played a fairly big role in Ethan’s life prior to the time of this story, so I would have appreciated a proper explanation of who she is, rather than just some random person whose name wthan dropped into the story every once in a while. Jun 09, Sharon Redfern rated it it was amazing. Emotionally scarred so young, Ethan is convinced he is worthless, and furthermore, the abuse he suffered almost completely killed his interest in sex.


Ethan: Lord of Scandals by Grace Burrowes

As I have read so many of these in a row in such a short time, I figured out quite early who Alice actually was, but it made the story even more interesting for me. I really like how the author show that its okay for men to hug and kiss their children young or growntheir grce and even friends.

Close Report a review At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer’s personal information. The villain makes his appearance and get his comeuppance.

He is somewhat estranged from his siblings, even though he and Nick were very close as children. The Hero wonders at his attraction to a woman who hides the depth of her beauty in some form of drab dress. I absolutely loved this story, but if I had to say which was my favourite element, then it would have to be the continuation of the development of the relationship between Ethan and Nicholas that was begun in the previous book. Too Wilde to Wed. The style of “banter” between characters reminds me of the style of Julia Quinn banter.

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Ethan (Lonely Lords, book 3) by Grace Burrowes

Love by the Letters. Ethan knows that Joshua is probably not his son, but that in no way alters his attitude toward the boy, which makes it all the more poignant when, near the end of the book, we discover the truth. I loved his back story and Alice was perfect for him. The review must be at least 50 characters long.