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What is this book about?
Isabelle Wardrop’s well-to-do life has completely unraveled. Within months, she’s lost both her parents, her fortune, and her home. With nowhere else to turn, she and her younger sister move in with a trusted former servant in an impoverished area of the city. Desperate for work but having no qualifications, Isabelle is forced to accept help from Dr. Mark Henshaw, the very man she blames for her mother’s death.
Mark Henshaw has admired Isabelle for several months, but after the tragic death of her mother, he vows to make amends for the past and help her find her way. But when Mark learns his younger brother has formed an undesirable friendship with Isabelle’s sister–one that brings a whole new set of problems into their lives–he doesn’t know if Isabelle will ever forgive him.
When startling developments begin to take place, both within Isabelle’s heart and their siblings’ relationship, her future looks very different than anything she could have imagined.
At the very start of this story when circumstances cause Isabelle to blame Mark for her mother’s death, I was anxious to see how they would work out their differences. Conflict and growth ebb and flow throughout the story and finally love arrives. What a satisfying end to this series.
Meeting Dr. Mark in book one and getting to know him further in book two, I was rooting for him to find his own happiness which he finally does in this story. I just loved his compassion and loyalty.
Poor Isabelle. From the moment we meet her, life seems to be conspiring against her. Just when she gets her head above water, something else happens to push her back down. But that was the great thing about her…she was resilient. She also rivaled Mark in the compassion and loyalty department.
I really enjoyed the sweet romance combined with enjoyable personalities. This story ended the series in a very satisfying way with characters from the other books making final appearances.
What I enjoyed most about this book:
Mark finding happiness with Isabelle.
What I didn’t like about this book:
Would I recommend this book to others? Yes. Sweet romance, relatable conflict, and interesting personalities. This is the third book in the series and it can be read as a standalone although it does end with a nice wrap-up of the series.
Note: I received this book complimentary as a member of the author’s launch team. I was not required to give a positive review. All of the opinions I have expressed here are honest and my own.
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