Get swept away this winter to romantic rugged Wales…
Having lost her beloved to a storm at sea, Lady Gwen Evans is planning a life of travel to foreign lands, writing books on her adventures.
But will the arrival of a dark, scarred stranger one December’s eve disrupt all her plans…
Please note: This book is best read as a sequel to Book Two in this series: A Governess Should Never… Deny a Duke
I have enjoyed The Governess Chronicles and A Gentleman Will Never…Forget A Lady is the newest, most romantic book in the series. I felt the writing and characters took a different direction in this book, and it worked brilliantly. Tristan and Gwen get pulled apart by fate just when their love develops. Almost two years later, they are together again, but obstacles lie in their path to a happily ever after.
The plot was engaging and riveted me to the page. Tristan and Gwen were outstanding characters. Tristan had to adjust to differences in his life. His battle towards accepting his limitations and new relationships with his family was heart-achingly beautiful. Gwen has a restless, broken heart, yet she never truly gives up hope on Tristan. Tristan and Gwen’s connection is so strong that it overcomes time and tragedy. Their romance was breathtaking. I loved the sweetly romantic intimacies between the couple in their quiet moments together.
A Gentleman Will Never…Forget A Lady is the third book in The Governess Chronicles series. This series does build on each book, so I would advise reading at least the second book. The only word that could describe this book is enchanting. I loved every moment. Emily Windsor is at her best in this book! She creates the most wondrous, unforgettable scenes between Tristan and Gwen. This is a fantastic series that I recommend often. This is another magnificent love story that is told tenderly.
I voluntarily read and reviewed an advance copy of this book by the author. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
Publication Date: December 1, 2022
About Emily Windsor
Emily grew up in the north of England on a diet of historical romance and strong tea.
Unfortunately, you couldn’t study Regency slang, so she did the next best thing and gained a degree in Classics and History instead. This ‘led’ to an eight-year stint in engineering.
Having left city life, she now lives in a dilapidated farmhouse where her days are spent writing, fixing the leaky roof, battling the endless vegetation and finding pictures of well-tied cravats.
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