Andrew: Lord of Despair (The Lonely Lords)

Andrew: Lord of Despair (The Lonely Lords)

Grace Burrowes

New York Times and USA Today bestselling writer Grace Burrowes writes The Lonely Lords with ardour and heart

"Grace Burrowes' vibrant, well-developed, fallacious characters, plus her manner of weaving their lives jointly and her beautiful writing kind appear to recuperate with every one of her "Lonely Lords" novels. Andrew: Lord of Despair engages the reader's feelings and senses from begin to finish-a pleasure to read." -Long and brief Reviews

Andrew Alexander will do whatever to guard these he loves...
After a sad yachting coincidence leaves him wracked with guilt, Andrew Alexander, Earl of Greymoor, is bound he does not should be round his relatives, not to mention the attractive, forthright Astrid Worthington. He wanders for years, now not permitting himself respite from his self-imposed exile till Astrid is properly married. He returns domestic to discover that the one lady he is ever enjoyed has been recently-and mysteriously-widowed.

...especially from himself
Astrid refuses to pine after Andrew leaves for the Continent. She reveals an amiable husband and contents herself with a cordial if unexciting marriage. while Astrid is suddenly widowed, she unearths Andrew will do something to guard her not just from her enemies, but in addition from the reality of his darkish earlier. Can she locate defense within the palms of a guy who turns out decided to wreck her center yet again?

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