Virtuoso by Grace Burrowes
(The Duke's Obsession)

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Starred review for The Soldier:

"Captivating. . .Burrowes' sensual love story is intelligent and tender." – Publishers Weekly (starred review)

A genius with a terrible loss. . .

Gifted pianist Valentine Windham, youngest son of the Duke of Moreland, has little interest in his father's obsession to see his sons married, and instead pours passion into his music. But when Val loses his music, he flees to the country, alone and tormented by what has been robbed from him.

A widow with a heartbreaking secret. . .

Grieving Ellen Markham has hidden herself away, looking for safety in solitude. Her curious new neighbor offers a kindred lonely soul whose desperation is matched only by his desire, but Ellen's devastating secret could be the one thing that destroys them both.

Together they'll find there's no rescue from the past, but sometimes losing everything can help you find what you need most.

Praise for The Heir:

"Sweet, sexy, tender romance between two characters so vibrant they seem to leap off the page." – Meredith Duran, author of Wicked Becomes You

"Burrowes' enchanting romance charms from the beginning!" – RT Book Reviews, 4 starts

"Refreshing. . .a luminous and graceful erotic Regency." – Publishers Weekly

About Grace Burrowes

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Grace Burrowes is a prolific award-winning author whose Regency romances have won or finaled in many contests including New Jersey Put Your Heart in a Book, Indiana Golden Opportunity, Virginia Fool for Love, Spacecoast Launching a Star, and the Maggie. She is a practicing attorney specializing in family law and lives in rural Maryland.
Published November 1, 2011 by Sourcebooks Casablanca. 413 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Burrowes continues her top-notch Regency-era family saga (The Heir; The Soldier) by healing a duke’s youngest son with love. Ellen FitzEngle’s livelihood has depended on her abundant herb gardens, but

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Without the characters her fans have come to love, this book may not be a winner, but with these vibrant and lovable characters, the book is unforgettable.

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