Since the end of The Guardian Duke, I have been waiting for The Forgiven Duke by Jamie Carie. Yes, I enjoyed it that much... and it kept me on the edge of my seat even at the end. I could not wait to get ahold of this book... and now I can't wait to read the next one (although I must wait until Sept!).
Alexandria Featherstone is still searching for her parents. To make the trip to Iceland, she must agree to marry John Lemon. As the ship pulls away for the dock, Alex sees her guardian, the Duke of St. Easton and there is a connection. Has she made the right choice to go on, or should she have waited on him? Are her parents even still alive and if so, where are they?
Gabriel, the Duke of St. Easton, catches a glimpse of Alex as the ship pulls out from the dock. And standing beside her is a handsome young man who seems to have some possession over her. Should he continue after her? Does he have any hope that she might care even after she finds out about his disability? His heart follows her, and he must follow his heart.
Through trials and wrong turns both Alex and Gabriel find that following God's desires for their lives is what they should have been doing all along. Can they still find what they are looking for? Does love lie at the end of their paths?
This book is a wonderful second book. It does not require that you read the first, but of course, that's always helpful! For more information about Jamie Carie and her writing check out these links:
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