The Stable Master's Daughter
He needs to steer an innocent woman away from his rogue of a brother, and not fall in love with her in the process.
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Marjorie’s days as the barefoot daughter of the stable master are long past—she's an educated and accomplished artist. But at the house party of the summer she is out of her social depth, especially when reunited with Reginald, a man she has secretly loved for years. Just when he begins to show real interest in her, his older brother Miles tries to separate them and sparks fly. Miles is maddening and intriguing, and stirs a longing for a radiant future, but are his intentions sincere? An alliance is forbidden and a chance for love may cost Marjorie's dignity and her father’s employment.
Lord Miles Beauchamp is the heir to an earldom and unyielding in his principles. He doesn’t have time for trivial social gatherings, except when reforming his brother. Miles anticipates Reginald’s wandering eye, but is caught off-guard when he pursues a wholesome woman, one Miles is honor-bound to protect. It will take all Miles’ effort to keep his brother in line, Marjorie from harm, and himself from falling in love. In a society keeping them a world apart, can Miles and Marjorie find a future together?
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"I love the movie Sabrina - both of them! I was really excited to see that storyline taken to the Regency time period, which is my favorite time period to read. And it was everything I could have asked for. I absolutely loved it!! I was hooked immediately and didn’t want to put it down. Marjorie is a sweetheart and Miles is oh, so swoon-worthy! I was rooting for them the whole time and loved their interactions. And I loved the ending! It’s definitely a book I will be rereading!"
"The characters remind me of the movie Sabrina with the story set in an earlier time but the author gives this premise her own sweet twist. The supporting characters are also fun and appear in other books of this multi-author series, but this book can be read alone and is my personal favorite. Issues of class, ones place in society, and work are discussed in the overall theme of what make really makes a lady or gentleman. I recommend this clean romantic read."
"Loved this book. I couldn’t put it down, I felt like the characters were very well developed. I love it when I finish a book and feel like I was reading about friends."