Good Earls Don’t Lie

Michelle Willingham

Good Earls Don't Lie by [Willingham, Michelle]

. . . but they sometimes fudge the truth a bit. When the Earl of Ashton turns up on the door step of her mansion, claiming he was invited by her grandmother who is away, there is something about him that appeals to Lady Rose. In spite of his having no luggage, no proof of who he is or more than the clothes on his back, she begins to believe him. From there it is a short step to loving him.

A nice bit of fluff for a cloudy day, Willinham delivers up an easy read that won’t tax your brain cells too much.


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