Gloved Heart

Gloved Heart : A Regency Romance

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Can she ever trust again?

Amy Miller is struggling to come to terms with her new life as a mother, while being a reluctant guest in a rigid gentry household. A victim of abuse, she is determined to never trust a man again.

Henry Russell has loved Amy for as long as he can remember, but his family want nothing to do with her. A chance encounter with Amy rekindles a friendship which might save both of them.

The discovery of a secret which holds the key to Amy's past will change them forever, and jeopardise any chance they have for happiness. Can Henry show Amy that true love will give her everything she could ever need?

This is the second book in the HEARTS OF AMBERLEY series, but you can read it as a standalone. You'll love these books if you're a fan of Jane Austen, Georgette Heyer, Carla Kelly or Downton Abbey.

Sensuality level: sweet (only kissing)
Some content may challenge sensitive readers, including mention of a rape and mild violence and coarse language.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 232 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 13.46mm | 344.73g
  • Charlotte Evers
  • English
  • 0473473461
  • 9780473473464

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Gloved Heart had me hooked by the first few pages. While reading you can often see moments when they should have had the courage to say things to each other but the politeness of the times gets in the way, but it makes for a brilliant love story. This lovely romance set in regency times is perfect for fans of this genre. I adored this story.
-Chells and Books

GLOVED HEART by Charlotte Brentwood strips away the pretenses of the privileged and highlights what true happiness really is, not one station in life, but one's perception of what a quality life is. A different take on historical romance, both fresh and full of heart, this one is a true reading treasure chest gem!
-Tome Tender

I liked the two main characters and felt bad for Amy with all of the trauma she had experienced. I really enjoyed the scenes with her son and the sweet love she had for him. The hero of the story was nice, as well, and I couldn't help but hope things would finally work out for the two of them. There were many interesting characters in this book and an enjoyable regency setting.
-Britt Reads Fiction
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