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06/12/2018

The Guardian's Favor (Border Series, #8) by Cecelia Mecca. Historical Romance Release, Giveaway & ARC Review.



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Following his heart might cause a war. Is a second chance at love worth the risk?

THE GUARDIAN
Aidan de Sowlis finds purpose in guarding his family and his clan. He tells himself such a life is enough for him, but cannot dismiss the memory of the woman he wished to wed. Lady Clarissa now belongs to another man—or so he thinks. When the Scottish warden sends Aidan to England to negotiate with the lady’s father, a final effort to secure the peace along the border, he’s shocked to see her. She stops him before he can leave with a simple word: “help.”

THE FAVOR
Lady Clarissa would rather become a nun than face another arranged marriage—the fate her cruel father will undoubtedly foist on her now that her elderly husband has secured an annulment. She knows Aidan de Sowlis, the man she left, is the last person she should ask for help, yet he’s the only one she trusts. Aidan and Clarissa soon discover their feelings for each other are as strong as ever, but her father would never approve, and his cooperation is crucial for securing peace on the border. 

Do they dare risk it for love?


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Lady Clarissa is terrified about what her father will do when he discovers that her husband has had the marriage annulled. Her only hope is to enter a convent before he finds out.
Adian De Sowlis has been sent on a mission by his brother the Clan chief.  The last person he expects to meet is a woman from his past. 
This is a second chance romance that is set in a politically volatile time in the history of the boarder land between England and Scotland.  Will our heroine cause a war or sacrifice everything??
This is part of a series but easily read alone. 
A very enjoyable read. 


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A former English teacher, Cecelia combines two of her passions, romance novels and the middle ages, in debut novel The Thief’s Countess. Combining alpha male types and strong female heroines, Cecelia transports readers to an admittedly romanticized time of knights and castles.

After reading Johanna Lindsey and Judith McNaught, she started a manuscript twenty years ago when medieval romance was at its height of mainstream popularity. Picking it back up in 2015 when vampires and highlanders reigned supreme, Cecelia stuck to the genre she loved and brought medieval England back to life.

She lives in Northeast, Pennsylvania with her husband and two young children where she can be found either planning a Disney trip, watching period dramas or convincing her children to watch Star Wars. She is firmly House Stark and Gryffindor.
 

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