Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Review of Ethan

ETHAN may be purchased here.

Grace Burrowes

Ethan Grey, the bastard son of the late Earl of Bellefonte, has returned to the family fold, after being almost completely ostracized by his late father.  When Ethan arrived at the family seat to pick up his two sons, he meets the governess of one of the other children, Alice Portmann, who is soon to be without a position because her student has surpassed her skills as a teacher.  Because his sons' tutor has recently quit and Alice gets along well with his sons, Ethan offers Alice a trial position.

ETHAN is a great regency romance with two tortured characters and a poignant, emotional plot.  Ethan has experienced great trauma in his life and must face his emotional demons, before he can be with Alice.  Alice, also, has experienced great trauma and as a result, has panic attacks.  It is great to see Ethan take care of Alice and wonderful to see their relationship grow.  When secrets are revealed and fears are faced,  Alice and Ethan emerge stronger for being together. 

NOTE:  I received this book in return for an unbiased review.


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