Twelfth Night with the Earl

Twelfth Night with the Earl

by Anna Bradley

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Twelfth Night with the Earl 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved all these books but I must say this is my favorite.I WISH IT WAS LONGER BY ABOUT 5 MARTHA SHOULD HAVE HER OWN BOOK
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
At first, Ethan seems reprehensible but must be given a chance. He is not what he seems for good reason. Loved the children and their interaction with Thea and Ethan! Also enjoy the touches of humor that Anna Bradley incorporates in her novels as she does so well in this one! LORRAINE
Historical_Romance_Lover More than 1 year ago
I loved this quick read that stars Ethan Fortescue, Earl of Devon, and his best friend from childhood. We first met Devon in the previous book in the series, Lady Charlotte's First Love, as Charlotte's friend and suitor. I didn't like him much at the beginning of that story, but grew to love him as the story progressed and we learned more about him. I was really excited to see that Bradley had written his HEA. Ethan is a man that is hurting over the losses in his life and just wants to forget that part of his life. But when he goes home to shutdown his childhood home, he is greeted with Christmas cheer lead by his childhood friend, Thea. She wants him to remember all the good times they had and not the sadness. Can she get him to reconsider closing down the home and finding his HEA? I have absolutely LOVED this series and I hope that Bradley has more stories for us as I have simply adored them!! If you haven't already read the other books in the series, go out and get them now!!
TammyS32 More than 1 year ago
This is a fun, sweet and entertaining read. Ethan plans to close of his family seat in Cornwall as it is an unhappy place for him. When he arrives near Christmas time he is surprised to find it filled with people and Christmas decoration. Thea and Ethan grew up together and Thea has always loved Cleves Court. Can she give Ethan some new memories to associate with his home? Great characters, entertaining story. An enjoyable read.
def618 More than 1 year ago
Ethan Fortescue, Earl of Devon, is headed to his childhood home, Cleves Court, to close it for good. He doesn’t want to ever live there again as his childhood memories are not all happy ones. He assumes the house will be empty or maybe just a caretaker. Imagine his surprise when he arrives at a Christmas Eve party. In his house with children running around! Theodosia Sheridan, once his childhood friend and first love, is now the housekeeper at Cleves. Thea has brought the house back to life and he doesn’t like it. She has 3 orphans staying there as the orphanage is being repaired. Thea doesn’t want him to shut down the only home she’s known and talks Ethan into keeping the house open for 12 days. Thea hopes Ethan remembers the good times in his childhood. He doesn’t like being there with the bad memories. He does remember his love for Thea and needs her to face his ghosts. Surprisingly, he puts up with the children and begins to spend time with them. Much more happening in this wonderful novella that I won’t spoil. Of course, there is a HEA but the enjoyment is in getting there. I highly recommend this book. Thanks to the author and publisher for the ARC. No one asked me to write this review.
CathyGeha More than 1 year ago
Twelfth Night by Anna Bradley Sutherland Sisters #3 Not really the story of a Sutherland sister although Ethan, the hero of this book, did appear in a previous book and I liked him quite a bit upon meeting him then. I have to say he was definitely unlikable, at least at first, in this novella but it was easy to warm up to him as the story progressed. Ethan heads home to close down one of his estates only to find someone he knew well in the house and holding a party…and according to my notes…he behaves as a “pompous jerk” when first he steps into the room. With the housekeeper a young woman he knew well and held in his mind as his “first love” loving the house he only holds horrible memories of the two definitely butt-heads as they spend time under the same roof. The question is whether or not he can overcome his beliefs and guilt related to the past and if so move forward into a positive future…and if he can…will it be with Thea, his housekeeper or with someone else entirely. Enjoyable holiday romance that does end on a happy note for all – I would like to thank NetGalley and Kensington – Lyrical Press for the ARC – This is my honest review. 3-4 Stars