About the Book
When dutiful Lady Hester Douglas, over thirty and long on the shelf, receives word that her brother Adam, the Duke of Blackdale, has survived the Battle of Waterloo, she abandons propriety and heads to Brussels to be by his side. Her widowed minister, Mr. Alasdair Gilchrist, escorts her on the journey from Scotland into a Europe recovering from years of war.
Once she reaches her injured brother, Hester must fight to keep Adam alive and tightly guard her heart’s deepest secret—she’s been in love with Mr. Gilchrist for years.
Will the pain of being with the minister, the man she loves and can never have, distract her from her purpose? Or will she overcome the barriers of age, rank, and station, and seize the love she’s dreamt of?
The Darkest Hour is a standalone inspirational Regency romance novella, and is also a prequel to The Darkest Summer.
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About the Author
Rebecca J. Greenwood is an author, artist, and designer with a love of stories, especially Regency romances. She grew up in Texas as the oldest of six, and studied visual art with a music minor at Brigham Young University. Rebecca lives in Utah with her husband, where she listens to audiobooks, cooks experimentally, has an interest in alternative health, and constantly has a new project in mind. Visit rebeccajgreenwood.com to experience more of her art, writing, and upcoming projects.
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The Darkest Hour by Rebecca J. Greenwood is a pre-novella to The Darkest Summer. This story is about the adventures of spinster Lady Hester Douglas. It is about family and the unexpected love of a lifetime. This is a well-written and enjoyable sweet historical romance novella filled with engaging and pleasurable characters. Readers will not want to miss this prequel novella, as it also has the back story of how Adam, Duke of Blackdale, survives the Battle of Waterloo.
Genre: historical, romance
Publisher: Sweetwater Books a division of Cedar Fort
Publication date: November 14, 2017
Number of pages: A little over 100
A review copy of this book was provided by the author. A review was not required and all views and opinions expressed are my own.
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