Surrender to the Earl by Gayle Callen

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I enjoyed the different perspective I got, looking out of Audrey’s unseeing eyes, but that didn’t turn this book into a DIK. One interesting character or plot device cannot make up for a mediocre storyline.
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Surrender to the Earl, the latest historical romance from USA Today bestselling author Gayle Callen, is the passion-filled second novel in her Brides of Redemption series about battle-scarred soldiers and the women whose love heals them.

Audrey Blake, blind since a childhood fever stole her sight, is hidden away by her family and needs help to claim the property that is rightfully hers. But her plan to gain independence by asking the visiting Earl of Knighsbridge, Robert Henslow, for his help goes awry when he insists they fake an engagement. Though he thought the ruse was for Audrey’s benefit, Robert soon yearns to make the falsehood a fact and win the lady for himself.

A seductive Victorian romance filled with steamy excitement and spicy ardor, Surrender to the Earl is sure to cast a spell on Gayle Callen’s fans and new readers alike.

 

About Gayle Callen

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Award-winning author GAYLE CALLEN has written more than 17 historical romances for Avon Books. She lives in upstate New York with her husband, Jim, their three children, and their dog, Apollo.
 
Published May 28, 2013 by Avon. 389 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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All About Romance

Below average
Reviewed by Alexandra Anderson on Jun 25 2013

I enjoyed the different perspective I got, looking out of Audrey’s unseeing eyes, but that didn’t turn this book into a DIK. One interesting character or plot device cannot make up for a mediocre storyline.

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