The Lady Of A Grump by Linda Rae Sande

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The Lady Of A Grump is a fun, easy-to-read, second-chance romance.  If you are looking for a quick, entertaining, passionate read, this is for you.  Max and Patience’s love story stole my heart!

Many years ago, Patience had to jilt her beloved Max for a hideous man to whom she had been betrothed.  Max married another, yet as time passed, he became bitter and angry.  Known as the Earl of Grump, Max lived miserably until a chance encounter brought Max and Patience back together.

I loved the dynamic between Max and Patience.  No one wants to be around Max, and for a good reason.  Patience is the only one that can melt that hard exterior.  The first time Max smiled melted my heart!

The characters and plot were well developed for such a short story.  There is also a secondary love story that blends perfectly with the primary storyline.  The passionate connection between Max and Patience smoldered.  I read this very quickly and didn’t want it to end.    The Lady Of A Grump is part of the Beyond The Aristocracy series.  This novella has all the sparkle and flare that always enchants me with any Linda Rae Sande book.  If you haven’t read this author, this novella is a perfect introduction.  Linda Rae Sande always delivers romance perfection!

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

Release Date: September 6, 2022

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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