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21/03/2016

Portrait Of A Forbidden Lady.(Those Magnificent Malverns) by Kathleen Bittner Roth. ARC Review.



Lady Georgiana Cressington is living a nightmare. Coerced by her father into returning to her childhood home, the young widow becomes a pawn in another of his heartless games. Her return to Summerfield Hall reunites her with the man she once loved before their hearts were shattered by a devastating betrayal.

Sir Robert Garreck, an artist knighted by the queen, lives in a mansion near the family estate Georgiana’s father won in a crooked card game. Rob sets out to regain Summerfield Hall to keep Georgiana’s son from inheriting Rob’s rightful home. However, when he and Georgiana are thrown together, he craves the forbidden lady he never stopped loving. Facing danger and a long-hidden truth, Georgiana and Rob try to claim the powerful love hey once had.

Sir Robert Garreck   is back home from the Crimean war.  He is getting his home back in order and enjoying time with his cousins who live nearby. He also likes to shut out the world and spend his time on his own creating works of art. There is an empty space in his heart that he cannot fill. When he sees who has come back to the area he is determined to settle an old score.
Georgina Blakeslee, Lady Cressington has returned to her childhood home.  She is forced to wait on her cruel, dying father or he will disinherit her and her son. Being back in her old home brings back memories and the possibility of a dangerous secret being revealed.
This is a lovely historical romance, with lots of emotion.  Some laughs when the cousins get together and some tears.All the characters have their own quirks.  It was a little confusing for me for the grandmother to be called mum. That is mother to me. I enjoyed every page. I hope there are more books coming.
The cousins all need their own stories.


Kathleen Bittner Roth creates passionate stories featuring characters faced with difficult choices, and who are forced to draw on their strength of spirit to overcome adversity and find unending love. Her own fairy tale wedding in a Scottish castle led her to her current residence in Budapest, Hungary, considered one of Europe’s most romantic cities. However, she still keeps one boot firmly in Texas and the other in her home state of Minnesota. A PAN member of Romance Writers of America®, she was a 2012 Golden Heart® finalist.

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ARC Received through 2016netgalleychallenge

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