Lord Weirlane: Historical Romance Short Stories (The Four Lords' Saga Book 2)Lord Weirlane: Historical Romance Short Stories by Gianna Thomas

Genre: Historical Romance (Regency)

Series: The Four Lords’ Saga #2

Source: Received for an honest review from the publisher

  • Print Length: 107 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: NPC Pubs (August 31, 2015)
  • Publication Date: August 31, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B014RGVLNC

(From Amazon)

Regency England: Four young lords live for wine, women, and song and little responsibility. But then an incident occurs and they make a wager that they should wed by age thirty . . . and that these be love matches. 

Will Lord Weirlane (Crispin Alan Copley), who has been running from parson’s mousetrap, win, or lose and pay £1500 to his friends? 

“I’m so excited about Gianna Thomas’ ‘Four Lords’ Saga’ Regency Romance! And her original characters are amazing.” ~Kay Springsteen 

Crispin Copley is the youngest of the four lords and the one most careless about his actions, responsibilities, and reputation. Determined on attending a dubious house party in spite of warnings from the other three lords, Crispin finds, much to his horror, that his friend from childhood—one he always protected assiduously—has also been invited to attend. After apprising her of the purpose of the house party, he promises to protect and deliver her to her home safely after it ends. 

Lady Catherine Benton has turned into a beautiful young lady that will have the rakehells and scoundrels at Lady Merry Widow’s house party doing everything they can to take her innocence. The duke has his work cut out for him as he fends off the attentions of the other attendees. However, in spite of his best efforts to protect her, the unthinkable happens. Trust is broken, and Crispin wonders if his friend will ever speak to him again. 


THE FOUR LORDS’ SAGA – A Regency Romance Series 

Four young lords live for wine, women, and song and little responsibility. Although not as dissipated as most rakes, the reputations of these four friends are not the best, and their lifestyles are not something to be proud of. But then an incident occurs that impacts the lives of all four men. They will make changes, but exactly what kind of changes will each consider? 

Lord Windmere – Book 1 – The story revolves around a house party where two old friends meet again. However, the house party is anything but pleasant. Will the reconciliation of their friendship be a happy or a tragic one? 

Lord Weirlane – Book 2 – The setting also involves a house party but one of a different type than Book 1. Learn why this gathering does end in tragedy. 

Lord Foxdown – Book 3 – What happens when one falls in love, but the family objects, especially his friend who is the brother of his beloved? 

Lord Brookton – Book 4 – Saving a fair maiden can have serious consequences when she has a right hook like Gentleman Jim Jackson. 

MY THOUGHTS

#2 in “The Four Lords’ ” Saga, can be read as a stand alone, however, I would recommend reading in order.
An interesting tale of Historical Romance Short stories. A quick read, but well worth the time to read. Interesting and intriguing characters with a unique and intriguing storyline. I enjoyed the Crispin and Catherine’s how they came to find their HEA. Their story has tragedy, is compelling and powerful. Oh, yes and another House Party. Ms. Thomas is a compelling and amazing storyteller. Her storylines will draw the reader in and capture their heart. Another enjoyable and satisfying read from Ms. Thomas.

The next two books, should prove just as challenging as the two prior, I can’t wait to read them as well.

Lord Foxdown – Book 3 – What happens when one falls in love, but the family objects, especially his friend who is the brother of his beloved?

Lord Brookton – Book 4 – Saving a fair maiden can have serious consequences when she has a right hook like Gentleman Jim Jackson.

Received for an honest review from the publisher*

Rating: 4.5
Heat rating: Mild
Reviewed by: April R, courtesy of My Book Addiction and More

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