Roderick’s Widow (London Libertines Book 3)

When trust is betrayed, forgiveness is the only redemption.Book 3 in the London Libertines is now available! Read for FREE with Kindle Unlimited!Seven years ago Alice de Grecy’s father bullied her into breaking her engagement to businessman Ross Trelawney, an act which left her heartbroken. Now re...

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When trust is betrayed, forgiveness is the only redemption.

Book 3 in the London Libertines is now available! Read for FREE with Kindle Unlimited!

Seven years ago Alice de Grecy’s father bullied her into breaking her engagement to businessman Ross Trelawney, an act which left her heartbroken. Now recovering from an abusive marriage to a duke who died in violent circumstances, she finds herself an object of gossip among the ton. Terrified at the notion of remarriage, she spends her time volunteering at a shelter for abused women. When she meets Ross again, their bitter encounter is a reminder of what she has lost.

After Alice rejected him, Ross vowed to marry for convenience, not love. Now widowed with a young daughter, a chance meeting with Alice reignites old passions, but the last thing he needs in his life is the woman he’s spent seven years trying to forget.

When Alice’s ambitious father arranges her marriage to a viscount twice her age, Alice and Ross seem destined to be apart. Ross must conquer his demons if he does not wish to lose Alice forever, and Alice must learn to trust again if she is to find happiness.

London Libertines
Book 1 – Henry’s Bride
Book 2 – Hawthorne’s Wife
Book 3 – Roderick’s Widow

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Series: London Libertines, Book 3
Genres: Georgian Romance, Regency Romance, Victorian
Publisher: Dragonblade Publishing, Inc.
Publication Year: 2019
ASIN: B081ZJ5ZP3
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