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5 stars for A Gentleman Will Never… Forget a Lady #regency #historicalromance #bookreview



Title: A Gentleman Will Never… Forget a Lady

Author: Emily Windsor

Genre: Regency Romance


Book Blurb:


Get swept away this Christmas to romantic, rugged Wales... Having lost her beloved to a storm at sea, Lady Gwen Evans is planning a life of travel to foreign lands, writing books on her adventures.


But will the arrival of a dark, scarred stranger one December’s eve disrupt all her plans...


This book is best read as a sequel to Book Two in this series: A Governess Should Never… Deny a Duke.


My Review:


Another beautifully written historical romance by Emily Windsor. My romantic heart almost beat out of my chest reading this book. The premise is a complex idea but one that stirs every romance reader. Can love overcome all? Can a person lose their memory yet instinctively know the person they love?


Let’s begin with the narration. It’s descriptive, historical, and emotionally charged. Emily Windsor has done extensive research on the time period and region. Her dedication for accuracy shows while reading this story. Everything from the language to the clothing to the food to the mannerisms is poignantly described.


The main characters in this romance might be from the author’s imagination, but they were so realistic, they became close friends to me. I connected with both characters on so many levels. I cheered when they got their HEA. Emotional narration propelled these characters into my heart.


The plot moved at a great pace. While it is fairly short for this author, it was the perfect size for this story. A complete story in every sense of the word.


If you are a historical romance reader, you need to read this book. It ticked every box for me and I strongly recommend it!


My Rating: 5 stars


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Author Biography:


Emily grew up in the north of England on a diet of historical romance and strong tea.


Unfortunately, you couldn’t study Regency slang, so she did the next best thing and gained a degree in Classics and History instead. This ‘led’ to an eight-year stint in engineering.


Having left city life, she now lives in a dilapidated farmhouse where her days are spent writing, fixing the leaky roof, battling the endless vegetation and finding pictures of well-tied cravats.


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Reviewed by: Nancy

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