Donna’s Review: Lady Eleanor’s Seventh Suitor by Anna Bradley

Posted September 4, 2017 by Felicia S in 2017 Read, 5 Wine Glasses, Donna's Reviews, Reviews / 2 Comments

Donna’s Review: Lady Eleanor’s Seventh Suitor by Anna BradleySource: NetGalley EBook Review

Format: Audiobook

Lady Eleanor's Seventh Suitor by Anna Bradley

Date Read: December 31st 1969

Genre: Historical, Romance

Two sought-after sisters, a slew of suitors—and a vow to hold out for true love. How many proposals will it take to get to “I do”—especially when the stakes are high . . .

There have been six suitors so far, all vying for the attention—and generous dowry—of the beautiful, elusive Eleanor Sutherland. What does this woman really want? Who has what it takes to melt the heart of the so-called Lady Ice? These are the questions Camden West keeps asking himself. But rather than wait for answers, Cam takes matters into his own hands . . . for he has a secret weapon.

Cam knows that Ellie’s sister, Charlotte, harbors a scandalous secret—one that could bring ruin to the Sutherland name. If Ellie marries him, Cam promises to keep mum. But is she willing to sacrifice her own happiness for her sister’s reputation?

To Ellie’s surprise, it becomes clear that Cam doesn’t need her money, nor is he interested in her status. Soon, what begins as a sham engagement transforms into something deeper, and more passionate, than Ellie could have imagined. Is it possible that all Cam truly wanted was her? And is that reason enough to say yes—or is handsome Cam hiding something else? Even for a lady in love, only the truth will do . . .

More Information:
Publisher: Lyrical Press
Series: The Sutherland Sisters #1

Also by this author: Lady Charlotte's First Love, Twelfth Night with the Earl, More or Less a Marchioness, The Wayward Bride
Also in this series: Lady Charlotte's First Love, Twelfth Night with the Earl

Read for Review (NetGalley)

Eleanor Sutherland, known as “Lady Frost”, is in the betting book at White’s as to who will finally convince her to marry after 6 suitors have been rejected. Considering her father, it is not a surprise she doesn’t trust men.

Camden West is determined to marry her and has convinced his cousin, Julian, to help him. During a ball, Julian is to take her sister, Charlotte, into the garden where Cam and Eleanor will discover them. However, when Cam and Ellie find them they have gotten a little carried away. Cam tells Ellie she will marry him or he’ll tell the world about Charlotte. Agreeing to the engagement, Ellie plans to discover why he wants to marry her. Cam has a much younger sister, Amelia, and she may be a part of his plans.

There is so much more going on in this book that I will not spoil. We see her brothers and their wives, along with Cam’s aunt and uncle. I love this book as much as I did Anna Bradley’s earlier books which feature Ellie’s brothers and I highly recommend it.

Favorite lines: “because one was either the villain or the hero. Never both at once. Except it wasn’t that simple” and “No one cares about the start of the play, Cam. They only care about the wedding at the end.”


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Overall Rating
5 / 5
Story Rating
5 / 5
Character Rating
5 / 5
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