Mr. Hunt, I Presume by Valerie Bowman

What would it hurt if Erienne took a job with her childhood sweetheart’s brother.  Surely, she’d never see him but could still get glimpses of his life without him knowing about her.  She can’t help that she still loves him even after he dumped her.  Maybe he never forgot her either?

I received an ARC or review copy of this book from the author/publisher. All opinions are my own.

Title:  Mr. Hunt, I Presume
Author:  Valerie Bowman
Series: Playful Brides #10.5
Publish Date: February 8, 2019
Genre:  Historical Fiction/Romance
Source: NetGalley

Publisher’s Description:  He never forgot her…

When General Collin Hunt is ordered to take a much-needed holiday, he resigns himself to rest and recreation at his brother’s country estate. But when the only woman he ever loved—and selflessly gave up—shows up as his sister-in-law’s governess, his carefully ordered life is turned inside out.

She’ll never forgive him…

When Erienne Stone defied her family and fled her life of privilege, she never expected to be reunited with the man who’d abandoned her more than a decade before. But Lucy, Duchess of Claringdon, is a hard woman to say no to, even when Erienne’s heart is in danger of breaking all over again.

A meddling matchmaker may be the key to their second chance…

After a decade of pain and heartache, can two star-crossed lovers trust the truth in their own hearts?

Nervous Nellie’s nervousness necessitates knowledge of the novel. In other words …SPOILERS. *BEWARE*


Nervous Nellie says…

 

I will first issue a disclaimer.  If you get hooked on this story and end up with a book hangover the next morning, it’s not my fault.

This story was a long lost love meets up with the one that got left behind. I enjoy these stories, they are nice afternoon reads without too much investment. HOWEVER, the series is just that…a series. I haven’t read any of the other 10 books before this one and I didn’t have any trouble quickly catching up with what was going on.  I will be going back and reading the other 10, though.

Erianne Stone was the heroine that was jilted because the man she loved didn’t think he was good enough for her. Drives me crazy, but that’s the time in history. It’s all about aristocracy, status and rank within Britain’s high society. Erianne is a Baron’s daughter but chooses to take herself away and become a governess instead of marrying within her rank. That’s kind of a crap shoot, because who knows whole she’ll get. Her parents, or rather her mother, decided it was ok to tell a lie to keep her daughter from being happy with the only man she’d ever loved. Great parenting, right?

Collin Hunt, war hero and spy. He started out with nothing – he and his brother. His brother came home a war hero for making decisive troop movements to help win the war. Collin came back a quiet and unsung hero that did not get lands and a title for all the danger he lived through. Collin is working himself ragged but he can’t stop himself. Why? Because he doesn’t have anyone. He can only think of her. Erianne Stone.

There is no blood or gore. A little sex but for good reason. It ends in a HEA, but this time I can totally understand the thinking behind the rush to leave the lover at the end. There is a solid reasoning being made so I really think it’s worth a 5 star rating.

Other recommendations…

I received an ARC or review copy of this book from the author/publisher. All opinions are my own.

 

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About Nervous Nell Justice

I read, read and then read. I love my life as a reviewer because I get to meet some awesome people who love books too. It's a fantastic world to live in!My favorite genres: Urban Fantasy, Regency Romance, Paranormal Romance, Paranormal Thrillers, Paranormal Mysteries, Vampire Romance, Historical, Contemporary or Futuristic Mysteries and Thrillers, Steampunk Fantasy and Mysteries, Police Procedurals and Political Thrillers.

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