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A Love To Remember

Book Seven: The Disgraced Lords

A fiercely independent duchess and a brooding, reclusive earl are tested by the demands of desire in this unforgettable romance from the USA Today bestselling author of A Kiss of Lies and A Night of Forever.

For Rose Deverill, one husband was enough. As the wealthy widow of the Duke of Roxborough, she has cultivated an unsavory reputation meant to discourage wife hunters. Thanks to a string of steamy affairs, Rose is perfectly content to be known by polite society as the “Wicked Widow”—until she’s reunited with the man she fell in love with at age fifteen. Their bedroom encounters are scorching, but it breaks Rose’s heart to wonder whether her reckless behavior ruined her for Philip Flagstaff.

The second son of the Earl of Cumberland, Philip never wanted the title. But after Philip’s older brother, Robert, follows him into the Battle of Waterloo, his worst fears come to pass. Now Robert lies in a soldier’s grave, and Philip is determined never to pass on the inheritance to children of his own. Then Rose appears, soothing the pain with her delightful curves and passionate kisses. The notorious Duchess seems to want nothing from him—and yet Philip has never ached to give a woman more.

Don’t miss any of Bronwen Evans’s enchanting Disgraced Lords novels:

A KISS OF LIES | A PROMISE OF MORE | A TOUCH OF PASSION | A WHISPER OF DESIRE | A TASTE OF SEDUCTION | A NIGHT OF FOREVER | A LOVE TO REMEMBER

Praise for A Love to Remember

“OMG! This book was amazing, it is well written, flows perfectly, has super-hot love scenes, a lot of action, a bit of angst, [and] moments when you want to smack the hero.”—Flippin’ Pages Book Review Blog
 
“The story is totally engaging and I had a hard time putting it down.”—Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews (five stars)

A Love to Remember by Bronwen Evans is an awesome read. Ms. Evans has gifted historical romance fans with yet another amazing story.”—Debjonesdiem

“I really loved this book.”—A Crazy Vermonter’s Book Reviews

“Sizzling romance and page-turning suspense make a read not to be missed! Loved it!”—Maeve Greyson, author of the Highland Heart Series

“With its complex characters, suspenseful plot, and steamy passion, Bronwen Evans’s A Love to Remember should not be missed. Readers will fall in love with Rose and Philip and stay up way past bedtime to cheer for their happily ever after.”—Shana Galen, bestselling author of I Kissed a Rogue


RomCon Review - This was an engaging story..

5 STARS

This was a very engaging story. I felt a little like I was plunked down in the middle of a series – of which, I’d LOVE to read more! Our heroine, Rose, is easy to relate to. All she wants out of life, really, is to love someone and have them love her back. I really loved the wounded hero, Lord Cumberland, and felt like his back story made him a better character with that annoying desire to be honorable. And let’s be real, it makes him more swoon-worthy. There’s a prevailing theme of duty vs love, which always reminds me of Wuthering Heights. But this story is far less dark, and more pure romance. I was surprised to learn who the enemy was as well. I would’ve loved for that piece to have been explored in greater detail. But for a romance novel, I was satisfied. There’s certainly too much detail in the love scenes for younger readers. But as long as you know that in advance, it makes for a very interesting read. I loved it. I’d love to read more in this series and by this author. 
Reviewed by Liz 

Heroes And Heartbreak Blog Review

It is to Bronwen Evan’s credit that A Love to Remember is a complicated and absorbing look at the factors that bring adults together—and keep them apart. Rose and Philip lead each other a very merry dance, occasionally threaded with stumbles and threats from within and without, but they are truly a couple meant to be together. Reviewed by Janet Webb