Andrew: Lord of Despair (Lonely Lords, Book 7) by Grace Burrowes

By Grace Burrowes

Andrew Alexander, Earl of Greymoor, has attempted to run either from stories of a boating tragedy that claimed the lives of a number of family, and from an allure to beautiful, petite, Astrid Worthington. He returns to England to discover Astrid widowed, watching for a baby, and extra irresistibly beautiful to him than ever. whilst it turns into obvious that Astrid wishes a husband who can maintain her and her unborn baby secure, Andrew needs to make a decision if previous nightmares will proceed to regulate his lifestyles, or if his love for Astrid entitles him to a moment probability at happiness–and love.

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