by Mary Balogh
Book One of the Bedwyn Saga
Lord Aidan Bedwyn was raised in a loving family.
With siblings galore. While it was an active wonderful
childhood, they were also taught honor, loyalty and
to do your duty. So when one of Colonel Bedwyns
soldiers makes a request on his death bed, Aidan knows
he must follow through with it.
The death bed request takes him to Ringwood Manor.
The home of Eve Morris. When Aidan arrives, he finds
her with a family she has created for herself.
Including children, a dog and a group of people that
he calls her lame ducks.
Mary Balogh writes a story in which
the romance grows slowly. You will meet and
get to know the rest of the Bedwyn family.
I fell in love with the flow of the story.
Eve is no silly country miss. She is capable and
determined. So she does not make it easy on
Colonel Aidan Bedwyn. But then, he does nothing
the easy way himself. What exactly does it mean
to be slightly married?
It's a true love story. With a long happy ending.
And I can't wait to get onto the next one.
I bought my copy of this story a long time ago.
Review by Lisa Hutson