Ethan: Lord of Scandals (The Lonely Lords) [Grace Burrowes] on * FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. New York Times and USA Today. Ethan Grey’s life was shattered Estranged from his family, widowed after an unhappy marriage, and weary from fighting his troubled past, Ethan Grey now has. Ethan: Lord of Scandals by Grace Burrowes. Ethan Grey’s life was shattered Estranged from his family, widowed, and weary from fighting his.
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Alice comes from a wealthy and loving family, yet because of an old family scandal and the huge weight of guilt she bears as a result, she has chosen to live apart from them and earn her own living. Preview — Ethan by Grace Burrowes. Both the hero and the heroine have been grievously hurt by the same man. What I Also Liked: I am loving that Burrowes connects all her stories in so many ways. Each of the Lonely Lords series is designed so it can be read as a standalone, but I think that there is much to be gained by reading both this and its predecessor Nicholas in order, to get the full effect of the wonderful relationship Ms Burrowes has written between the half-brothers.
The Lonely Lords series: Lonely Lords 1 – 10 of gracee books. Alice also endured heartache and physical injury in her teenage years; she has dealt with her trauma by leaving the family home and working as a governess even though her family is well off. This is well written with an interesting story line. Jun 24, Betty rated it it was amazing.
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He married a woman who was his mistress, but she died after giving birth to the two boys. Overall, I think this is the end of Lonely Lords for me, I somewhat enjoy reading the books but they tend to leave me relatively frustrated at the end regardless of the HEA.
At age 14, Ethan was sent off to a harsh public school and then to Cambridge. I’ll start by saying I really enjoyed the book. That romance was sweet, and there was enough tension going on externally that it was believable.
I adored the way that Ethan gradually opened up to let Nick back in, and the way that Nick never gave up on him even when he was rebuffed. Various neighbors and relatives pop in from time to time — some of them from previous books and some from books yet to come — and some play an important role in unfolding events. There were some rather shocking surprises, especially I am loving that Burrowes connects all her stories in so many ways.
There’s just something about that one that appeals to me. Alice comes from a wealthy and loving family, yet because of an old family scandal and the huge weight of guilt she bears as a result, she has chosen to live apart from them and earn her own living.
Ethan (Lonely Lords, book 3) by Grace Burrowes
He’s a widower who married to save his child from the lable of bastard. Notify me of new comments via email. This is a lovely story about healing for both the hero and heroine that I highly recommend for historical readers. Given their histories, neither jumps into bed or throws open their hearts but their steps toward intimacy is captivating because of this.
They burrrowes up together and are the best of friends until a misunderstanding on their father’s part separates them completely. Ethan knows that Joshua is probably not his son, but that in no way alters his attitude toward the boy, which makes it all the more poignant when, near the end of the book, we discover the truth. Ethan is a widower with two young sons, Jeremiah and Joshua.
Like other Grace Burrowes books, it was hard to put this burrowew down once I started reading it.
When Alice and Ethan meet, there is an immediate connection. Burrowes successfully shows the inner strength of both Alice and Ethan even in the face of their pasts and she does this without maudlin sentimentality.
I loved his back story and Alice was perfect for him. My One and Only Duke.
Ethan: Lord of Scandals by Grace Burrowes
Ethan Grey is the eldest son Grace Burrowes has upped her game with Ethan, giving the reader an intriguing plot with surprising twists populated by fully-developed, complex characters. His son’s beautiful and remarkable governess might help him battle his ghosts, but it’s been a gracee time since he let himself get close to anyone.
Please keep them coming, Ms. No trivia or quizzes yet. Jul 18, Carrie Olguin rated it did not like it Shelves: The Duke and His Duchess. Ethan was introduced in book two. Burrowes includes the characters from other books in this one, I’m assuming that we will get a glimpse of Alice and Ethan in future books in this series.
Thanks for telling us about the problem. Ditto the latter for the governess, who is conveniently the daughter of a nobleman herself, but because of past scandal has taken up governessing. My library Help Advanced Book Search.