The Redemption of a Dissolute Earl

The Redemption of a Dissolute Earl

by Julie Johnstone

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940016036939
Publisher: Night Shift Publishing
Publication date: 01/21/2013
Series: A Danby Family Novella , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 86,562
File size: 580 KB

About the Author

Julie Johnstone is a USA Today best-selling author of Regency Romance and the author of a new urban fantasy/paranormal romance book. She’s been a voracious reader of books since she was a young girl. Her mother would tell you that as a child Julie had a rich fantasy life made up of many different make believe friends. As an adult, Julie is one of the lucky few who can say she is living the dream by working with her passion of creating worlds from her imagination. When Julie is not writing she is chasing her two precocious children around, cooking, reading or exercising. Julie loves to hear from her readers. You can send her an email at or find her at, or on Facebook at or on Facebook at or at twitter @juliejohnstone.

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The Redemption of a Dissolute Earl 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
MADreaderMD More than 1 year ago
I read this short novella under the title "Gift of Seduction" as part of the "A Summons From the Duke of Danby" anthology. The duke has decided it's time his grandchildren got married. He's got a stack of special licenses, and he's not afraid to use them! This story is a little darker than the others in the collection, since the couple has been broken up for a year and they have both gone their separate ways. Andrew Whitton failed to stand up to his father, so he didn't marry Charlotte Milne, the butler's daughter, as he promised he would. Now ruined, she has gone on to a life on the stage, and Andrew has tried to drink himself into a stupor. Now summoned back by the duke, Andrew is determined to try to win Charlotte back, even though she is engaged to marry another. I enjoyed seeing Andrew and Charlotte work through their problems and misunderstandings, all the while knowing that Cousin Nicholas and the Duke had things well in hand.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A light read with no passion. But good.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was a quick read, but it provided a nice warm feeling of "love gone right". A bit of humor, and a suspense for what could happen...recommend for the romantic.