Author: Sarah M. Eden
Series: Lancaster Family #3
Genres: Historical Romance
Format: Audio, eBook, Print
Date: June 1, 2017
As her first London Season looms before her, the thought of the impending social whirl fills Daphne Lancaster’s timid heart with dread. She hasn’t her sisters beauty nor their talent for conversing easily. Even her family’s enviable connections may not be enough to prevent disaster.
But Daphne’s misery turns to surprised delight when the first event of her Season brings an unexpected visitor to her door—James Tilburn, whose tender kindness stole her heart in her youth. When the handsome young gentleman expresses his desire to court her, Daphne is elated. Their feelings for each other quickly grow, and it appears that, much to Daphne s disbelief, her happily ever after is within reach.
Yet nothing is as it seems. The couple finds themselves caught in a tangled web of greed and deceit, leaving James and Daphne to determine whether they are willing to risk everything for true love.Will James and Daphne risk everything for true love? #regency #romance @SarahMEden ROMANCING DAPHNE Click To Tweet
Absolutely loved this story! I loved seeing the relationship between Daphne and the Duke. Reading about Daphne’s struggles made me think about all the children and adults out there who feel just as she did. That nobody notices them or needs them. Another great book by Sarah Eden!
This was so cute! I read it so quick just because it was so sweet and joyful! I would definitely recommend this book to everyone! SO CUTE!
I enjoy all of Sarah Eden’s books I think. I enjoyed hearing Daphne’s story. I love the Duke (as long as he is on my side) so it was fun to hear all his threats and be able to see all his tender care for those he loves at the same time. In the first book of this series he was pretty much a jerk for most of it so it is nice to get to know him even better and see that he really isn’t a jerk. He is fiercely protective.
I missed Harry in this one. I love his character so I’m hoping he shows up in the next one.
I felt sorry for Daphne and was glad to see at the end that not everything was entirely as she had perceived it to be. And James was a good guy although he took too much of a burden onto himself that could have been shared with other family members.
Looking forward to the book about Linus…