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To Marry a Morgan

Pathways to Romance, Book 1
Narrated by: Megan Green
Series: Pathways to Romance, Book 1
Length: 4 hrs and 26 mins
Categories: Romance, Regency
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A secret, an unseen witness, and a misunderstanding threaten to keep apart two people who have loved each other their entire lives. When these barriers to love are finally lifted, can she overcome her own insecurities and finally see the truth?

Racked with guilt and blaming himself for his brother’s death, Phillip Heartford left his ancestral home five years ago.

After losing the love of her life, the beautiful Allison Morgan is resentful and angry. She has rejected countless suitors, and now, in the middle of her third season, she may be out of options.

Allison’s younger sister Julia is an ugly duckling. At least that is how she sees it. Although a happy marriage seems out of her reach, she hopes to one day live a quiet life as a spinster. If she cannot have her own fairy-tale ending, she is determined to do anything to help her sister and her dear friend, Phillip, find their happiness.

Little does Julia know that Phillip has always loved her. Unfortunately, he believes that it was this love that caused his brother’s death and destroyed Julia’s chance for happiness. He must now take a bride. Having convinced himself that his brother would want him to protect Julia, Phillip intends to become her brother by marrying Allison.

Returning home to fulfill his duty, will Phillip be able to follow his conscience or will his heart interfere?

To Marry a Morgan can be listened to as a stand-alone romance, though it is part of a sweet Regency series. It is a childhood-friends and second-chance romance.

©2019 Genevieve Frederick (P)2019 Genevieve Frederick

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Sweet historical

Philip Heartford never wanted to step foot in his ancestral lands again after the death of his brother. But as the new lord of the manor, he must return and take a wife. But he can’t just pick any girl at the garden party, he believes he must atone for his sins by marrying the woman his brother once loved, Allison Morgan.

Julia Morgan has always been in her beautiful sister Allison’s shadow and has contented herself with being a spinster, too ill suited for marriage. She would once have married a certain Mr. Heartford, but he made it clear he intends on righting old wrongs by taking Allison to be his bride. So ever the dutiful sister and friend, Julia plays match maker.

Allison despises Philip and Philip is annoyed by Allison’s refusal of him. Yet Julia works hard to unite them, if only to see her elder sister wed before she becomes a spinster too. Entangled lives lead to a mess as the English countryside echoes with wedding bells.

So, this isn’t my first Cinnamon Worth book. I enjoy her short, sweet historicals and the small touches she puts into them to make them believable. They’re all full of balls and gardens and secret meetings between lovers. Her pieces were basically made for the playful voice of Megan Green who has the perfect accent for period pieces like this one.

Phillip is wounded and prideful, too wrapped up in himself to see how he comes off. He bosses poor Julia around and proposes to Allison like, “You’re old and nobody’s going to marry you. Marry me and you’ll live on the country estate alone, taking care of my land while I go have fun in London…wait, where are you going? Why didn’t you accept?” He was a little on the dense side sometimes, but once more of the story is revealed, you see why he’s so forcefully detached and forgive him.

Julia was a gem, and in my opinion. She has a low opinion of herself, thinking she’s too “fat” and ugly compared to Allison, which is why she’s all too happy to buy herself a little cottage to live out her days. Her heart is too big for high society and the pressures that come with it. By the first few chapters, I was firmly on her side and wanted to scream at her to go find her happiness, since out of everyone in the book, she deserved it the most.

Overall, I enjoyed this story, brought to life by the ever talented Megan Green and suggest regency lovers take a peak.

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To Marry a Morgan by Cinnamon Worth

Any man who fancy himself in love with me but would rather marry my sister instead of me specially when I'm also in love with him is definitely an arse. Good thing this novel has a promise of HEA! I love this sweet clean historical romance. ❤😊

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this book was given to me at my request for review

this book was written with enthusiasm and I enjoyed listening to it. loved how old friends reunite and end up married.

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Actually Pretty Good

I got this story via audiobook boom and this is my voluntary review. I begin listening to this story with a low opinion but as the story progressed I began to enjoy it. I did not like the sister at first but she was not at all as she appeared. She was actually looking out for her sister. The secondary characters really made the story especially the uncle and the hero's best friend. Although this story seemed to end on a cliffhanger it actually was a complete story with just enough at the end to make you want to know what happens in the next book. That to me is how author's should write series stories if they are going to peek the listener's ear for the next story. Ending in a cliffhanger makes me feel as if I have wasted my time. But this story was not like that. The narrator was good.

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Sweet Clean Historical Romance

I enjoyed Julia and Philips story. Misunderstood’s kept them apart but love always wins in the end.
Megan Green does such a great job with historical romance

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incredible story

This was a truly wonderful story. If you love historical romance this book is a must read.

extremely well written and excellent narration

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  • Karen M
  • Sarasota, FL United States
  • 06-09-19

Sisters and Childhood Friends...

Great story about the bond between sisters, courting rituals and the childhood friendships with a historical background. A great light read.

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Very well done!

Ms Worth has written a delightful romance. The characters are all well drawn and loveable. The dialogue is simply terrific and the hero and heroine are honest with their feelings without a lot of 'does he/she, doesn't he/ she' going on to muddy up this lovely plot. The descriptions are graphic making you feel as if you are right there and can see the surroundings. She is able to set the mood with well chosen words.
Ms Green does an excellent job with the narration. Her reading flows so smoothly not going too fast or slow. She is also able to show the emotions of the characters adding to the wonderful writing of Ms Worth. Ms Green also changes her voice so expertly for each character and contains this throughout the story.
I would highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a sweet clean romance.
I received this audio book from the author and this is my honest voluntary review.

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Unique twist to Regency romance

This was a fun book. I have never read anything from this author before. I enjoyed her writing and I liked the characters. Julia and Philip have history, and the author was able to weave it in the tale without giving a bunch of back story.

The story had a unique twist to it that I hadn't seen before. I did get a little frustrated with the characters a time or two but that meant I was invested. :)

The narrator did a fine job. It took me a little bit to get used to her, but that's not uncommon. I liked how she voiced the characters.

The ending is equal parts sappy and a big cliffhanger. I'm excited to read/listen to the 2nd book in the series.

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To Marry a Morgan

It's sweet regacy story. I liked it, it reminds the reader that sometimes in life that circumstances have our life taking different turns or paths but that our perspectives are not the only ones involved when we included love in the mist we must also consider the others side and find our paths together.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 12-04-19

Charming and sweet

This was a charming, sweet little romance with beautifully sensitive characterisation from Megan Green. Good job!

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  • A D.
  • 08-21-19

What a tangled, romantic, Regency mess!

Childhood friends who love each other, a tragedy and a few lies are the ingredients for a delightful, sweet and slightly messy Regency romance.

Years after the tragedy occurred, the friend reunite but instead of the joy of a reunion, their relationships are fraught with confusion and misunderstandings. The season is in full swing as these friends try to navigate the ton with their secrets in tow. It takes a brave heart to be willing to risk everything on the truth and on finding the love that was meant to be.

I enjoyed this quick, clean and easy to listen to audiobook. .

This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.

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  • Jan M
  • 08-05-19

Secrets and Lies

To Marry a Morgan by Cinnamon Worth is a sweet story of friends with a second chance at love. There are secrets and lies that could destroy, best intentions, and the will of the heart. I really enjoyed this standalone listen. Megan Green was wonderful bringing the characters to life with her performance. She added the right emotions to the scenes. I would definitely listen to more books by this author and narrator.

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  • Christy D
  • 07-26-19

To Marry A Morgan

Phillip has blamed himself for his brothers death since it happened. But he promises to look after his brothers love. Allison blames Phillip for the love of her life being killed too. She says he took a crazy risk and it's all his fault. And really wants nothing to do with him. When he asks her father for her hand years later. She refuses to have anything to do with him. Her Younger sister Julia has always been in love with Phillip and was good friends with him before the incident. This story gets a bit messy with secrets and lies. But of course it all gets sorted by the end. Megan Green does a fantastic job on the narration and is so easy to listen to.

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  • Tasha Barefield
  • 06-30-19

Lovely childhood friends romance

This was a lovely, clean historical romance, with a beautiful story progression and lovable characters. I really felt for Julia always feeling like the ugly sister without realising she was more desirable than she had been led to believe. I loved Phillip but got a bit annoyed that it took him so long to be honest with himself about his feelings, he made lots of mistakes! Megan's narration was as always spot on and she manages to do such perfect voices for each character so you can easily tell them apart.