‘Always True to Her’ by Maureen Driscoll

atth mdSTORY: Lord James Emerson has returned to England intent on regaining the land that was stolen from him in America. He has come, with his daughter in tow, to confront the family of the man who cheated him out of his life’s savings. But he did not expect to meet the woman who steals his heart.

Miss Irene Wallace is certain her brother could not have acted so dishonorably. Yet it is hard to believe the man who loves his daughter so much is lying. She decides to work with Lord James to resolve the issue in the interest of justice. But instead, she finds herself falling in love with her brother’s enemy.

REVIEW: Ms. Driscoll continues her new Emerson series with book two and James’s story, a brother that decides to come back to England after a tragedy that befalls him in America.

As in book one, there’s so much to like about this story as well, but the best part of it for me, was the relationship James had with his little girl. Just hits you in the feels! I found this story compelling, intriguing and surprisingly easy to read.

It’s also much fun when she has the characters from her pervious books, come in to play in this story.

I find myself admiring the consistency of Ms. Driscoll as she continues to write stories filled with characters of depth and passion. Highly recommending you grab it and enjoy this clever, fun and passionate love story.

Melanie for b2b

Complimentary copy provided the author

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One thought on “‘Always True to Her’ by Maureen Driscoll

  1. Thank you! I’m especially glad you liked the relationship between James and Anna. It was very personal to me for some reason. And your editing made this book so much better.

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