Review: Ethan by Grace Burrowes

Grace Burrowes’ Lonely Lords series continues with Ethan’s story…

Review: Ethan by Grace BurrowesEthan by Grace Burrowes
Series: Lonely Lords #3
Published by Sourcebooks, Inc. on September 1st 2013
ISBN: 9781402296000
Genres: Historical Romance
Pages: 376
Format: eARC
Source: Publisher

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Disclosure: I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

drey’s thoughts:

Ethan Grey is the bastard son of an Earl, who was brought into the Earl’s family and raised with his half-brothers, only to be banished for actions misconstrued by others. He’s just been reconciled with them, only to have his father die and his half-siblings tip-toeing around. Then again, it’s not like he’s the most personable and charismatic person…

Which he’s told, frequently, by his sons’ new governess. Alice has no compunctions with telling her new employer whatever she sees fit to, however she sees fit to – though usually it’s done rather diplomatically… I liked Alice. She’s strong, but quiet instead of sassy and snarky. She has baggage, of course, but that’s par for the course, and in this case is balanced by Ethan’s luggage train…

I enjoy Grace Burrowes’ writing – her stories are romantic, her heroes and heroines definitely deserve to find happiness, and there’s always a cast of supporting characters who’ll show up in each book. This one’s for a slow, lazy afternoon.

drey’s rating: Pick it up!

Have you read Ethan? What did you think?

About Grace Burrowes

grace burrowes

New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Grace Burrowes’ bestsellers include The Heir, The Soldier, Lady Maggie’s Secret Scandal, Lady Sophie’s Christmas Wish and Lady Eve’s Indiscretion. The Heir was a Publishers Weekly Best Book of 2010, The Soldier was a PW Best Spring Romance of 2011, Lady Sophie’s Christmas Wish won Best Historical Romance of the Year in 2011 from RT Reviewers’ Choice Awards, Lady Louisa’s Christmas Knight was a Library Journal Best Book of 2012, and The Bridegroom Wore Plaid was a PW Best Book of 2012. Her Regency romances have received extensive praise, including starred reviews from Publishers Weekly and Booklist. Grace is branching out into short stories and Scotland-set Victorian romance with Sourcebooks. She is a practicing family law attorney and lives in rural Maryland.

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