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Goodwill for the Gentleman
- Belles of Christmas, Book 2
- Narrateur(s): Marianne Robinson
- Durée: 4 h et 33 min
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He jilted her sister. She will never forgive him for it. Can her anger survive a snowstorm and a Christmas truce?
Emma Caldwell doesn’t hate anyone - except for Hugh Warrilow, the man who jilted her older sister and left like a coward to join the army. Men are clearly not to be trusted, and Emma is determined not to give her heart to one. No, a marriage of convenience is the very thing to suit her.
Hugh Warrilow has been secretly in love with Emma Caldwell for years, so when the time comes to live up to both families’ expectations and marry her sister, he can’t find it in himself to do it.
Disgraced and misunderstood, he joins to fight Napoleon on the continent, hoping he will forget Emma and be forgotten by everyone he has disappointed. But an injury brings Hugh home just in time for Christmas, along with the snowstorm that leaves him trapped under the same roof as Emma.
How will he explain that his unforgivable act was motivated by how desperately he loved her? Her icy reception doesn’t leave him the chance, nor does it offer much hope for the season’s expectation of peace on earth and goodwill to men.
Book two in the Belles of Christmas series, Goodwill for the Gentleman is a stand-alone Regency holiday romance.
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A lovely sweet clean romance. I enjoyed listening to this story, the narrator was easy to listen to.
- Brenda V. McGuire
A Christmas time romance in early 1800's England
As someone who would not normally read a romance book I found myself drawn in to the story of Hugh and Emma . I fervently hoped it would work out for them in the end. Of course it did , leaving me with the feeling no matter the mountains we must climb against all odds things can work out to a happy ending. The narration by Marianne Robinson was top notch , her warm lilting British accent made the story even more authentic. If your looking for a little escapism with a touch from a different time you can't go wrong with "Goodwill for the Gentleman".
- Michael Edwards
Curl up by the fireplace with a soothing voice
Marianne Robinson did an amazing job of bringing this story to life. It was the perfect mix of articulate and soothing.
The story is excellent, especially if you’re interested in period fiction.
5 stars all around!