Ashton: Lord of Truth - Grace Burrowes

Ashton: Lord of Truth

By Grace Burrowes

  • Release Date: 2016-09-20
  • Genre: Historical
4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 62 Ratings)
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Description

Ashton Fenwick was raised to be the bastard older brother--the charming, happy bastard older brother. Now, an earldom has been foisted upon him, and his family urgently needs him to find and marry the right countess. With charm at the ready, Ashton is prepared to go wife-hunting during the London social Season, but it's the forthright landlady at Ashton's lodging house who catches his eye.

Matilda Bryce bakes delicious apple tarts and does not suffer titled fools, even as she looks after street urchins and does what she can to help Ashton prepare for the challenges before him. Ashton soon realizes that somebody is out to destroy Matilda's happiness, and if he offers to make an honest countess of her, she could well flee. He's found the woman for him, though, and will risk all to free Matilda from her past. 

Reviews

  • Joe’s thoughts

    4
    By Anne Emily
    I found this story to be cleverly written. The end does end well, but I wish the bad guys were held more accountable.
  • A delight!

    5
    By 66cokat66
    Lots of characters to enjoy, villains to dislike and a satisfactory ending. What's not to enjoy?????
  • Ashton: Lord of Truth

    5
    By Ohcatlady
    Love the story and the way it flowed. Oh, to find that kind of love Not too much sex, it was left to our imagination
  • Lord of truth

    5
    By ScMendez
    Enjoyed reading....a love story of fantasies....
  • Helen is the star

    5
    By LindaByrd
    Even though this is a love story, Helen, the wayward urchin steals the show. I laughed so hard at some of her actions I startled my pets. This is a lovely romance that doesn’t go into embarrassing detail in the bedroom but just enough to reflect their consideration for each other. It’s a very fine line, but one I deeply appreciate. Gracce Burrowes just keeps writing better and better stories. I don’t know how she does it!

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