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Lord Gilbert

Sons of the Marquess, Book 5
Narrated by: Joanna Stephens
Series: Sons of the Marquess, Book 5
Length: 11 hrs and 22 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (3 ratings)

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The dramatic conclusion to the series! A traditional Regency romance, drawing room rather than bedroom.

Lord Gilbert Marford is in disgrace. He joined the Hussars to stay out of trouble. Instead, he quarrelled with half his fellow officers, seduced the wives of three of them, got himself shot in a duel, and sustained an injury that might end his career. Now he’s being sent home like a naughty schoolboy, and he’s not happy about it. So when an opportunity arises to run away, he’s not about to let a little snow stop him.

Miss Genista Hamilton accepts her place as the youngest daughter of the family, staying at home to look after her father, and help with his work as a country physician. She knows she’ll never marry, and has never even thought of love. Until the day a young man with the face of an angel appears, unconscious, on her doorstep in the middle of a snowstorm. But how can the lowly daughter of a physician ever aspire to marry the son of a marquess? It can only lead to trouble....

Book 5 of the 5-book Sons of the Marquess series, each a complete story with a HEA, but read all of them to find out all the secrets of the Marford family!

©2018 Mary Kingswood (P)2019 Mary Kingswood

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Another decent story

This series was pleasant and clean. Jalista was sometimes annoying with her continually deferring to her father and Gil and lowering her head. Some creative variety would have helped here to stop the repetition of the head-lowering tedium. Maybe sometimes she could look away. Maybe she could have a facial expression. Whatever. Otherwise, it was nice to have the larger mystery solved in this one, and I will continue to buy this author's work.