My Elusive Countess

My Elusive Countess

by Carolynn Carey
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RtBBlog More than 1 year ago
Reviewed by Rachel Book provided by the publisher for review Review originally posted at Romancing the Book From the very first chapter of this book, I was engaged. Blackbourne, a marquess set on honoring a dying soldiers wish, makes his way to Sussex to find the Countess of Willowvale. Now widowed, but with a son, heir to the earldom. His job proves difficult when the woman wasn’t to be found on her own estate, rather, she was living behind it. Her reasons being that she wanted to raise her son away from servants so he could have a normal childhood and be without the influence of the gentry. But things hit a snag in Amanda’s plan when Blackbourne not only discovers her whereabouts but gives her an ultimatum. Because he is now the legal guardian of the boy, he has instructed Amanda that the boy will now have a tutor (the scenes with the tutor were hilarious, by the way), and that if she cares at all about her boy’s reputation, she will high tail it to London and re enter society. Blackbourne struggles with the woman the dead earl described Amanda to be as, and the beautiful one who is not only mild mannered but kind and generous. He believes her to be manipulative, when really, she is just a good person. As the story continues on, we discover the tangle of lies regarding Amanda as well as her son. There is a secondary story as Blackbourne struggles with his feelings of rejection over his mother leaving him at a young age. Again, to say anything would be spoiling the surprise. All in all it was a beautifully written regency romance that left me smiling. Everything was tied up neatly in the end, and the writing was good enough to make me want to read more books from this author. It was a clean read with no sex, and minor language.