Wanted: An Earl For Hire by Tammy Andresen

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Wanted:  An Earl For Hire is a fantastic beginning to a new series.  I enjoyed the vivacious characters and intriguing storyline.  There is also a mystery woven throughout the story.

Tate is an impoverished Earl, and Charlotte is a rich bluestocking.  Tate has a purpose now, newly inheriting the earldom; however, he doesn’t have the means to make it succeed.  Charlotte is an heiress without a purpose.  Both Tate and Charlotte are trying to find self-worth, just on opposite sides of the financial spectrum.

I admired Tate’s determination to make a terrible situation right.  Tate is desperate but still retains his substance and grace.  Charlotte is tenacious and stubborn, at times too much.  However, the couple complemented each other perfectly and connected passionately.

The plot is a lovely quest to find meaning and fulfillment; luckily, the couple finds love along that journey.    The story flowed well and kept my attention.  Wanted:  An Earl For Hire is the first book in the Calling All Rakes series.  Tammy Andresen has again created magic!  Tate and Charlotte’s love story enchants and delights.  I look forward to Charlotte’s friend’s stories.  This novel left me wanting more; a beautiful, poignant romance!

I voluntarily read and reviewed an advance copy of this book through the author.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.

Release Date: November 30, 2021

Published by jelee1976

I love to review historical romance books! I discuss book reviews, thoughts on authors and series, and just general stuff about me!

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