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A Lady for Lord Randall

In a Time of War…. Independent schoolmistress Mary Endacott has no intention of ever surrendering to a man – especially when she meets stubborn yet infuri... read more

ISBN: 9781474005913
Published: May 2015


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In a Time of War…

Independent schoolmistress Mary Endacott has no intention of ever surrendering to a man – especially when she meets stubborn yet infuriatingly handsome Lord Randall! But with a major battle fast approaching normal rules dissolve, and Mary gives herself to him.

… Can True Love Survive?

Justin is renowned for his authority on the battlefield, but Mary is a challenge of a whole new kind!

He’s determined to seize every moment of happiness while he can, but when the fighting commences will the promise of Mary’s kiss be enough to keep him safe?

Brides of Waterloo: love forged on the battlefield…

Brides of Waterloo series

Rating By Julia,30/08/2015

Unlike many Series this one has 3 different authors. 1 _ A Lady for Lord Randall by Sarah Mallory _____ 05/15 ~~~( Colonel Lord Randall, Justin Latymor and Mary Endacott ) 2 _ A Mistress for Major Bartlett by Annie Burrows _ 06/15 ~~~( Major Tom Bartlett and Lady Sarah Latymor ) 3 _ A Rose for Major Flint by Louise Allen ________ 07/15 ~~~( Major Adam Flint and Rose ) I am so excited about this series, as it marks the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo. Many forget about the battles of the past and I am glad Mills and Boon did not. The author’s note was a wonderful start to the book too. The author’s dedication was also very touching. This series as I mentioned above is the collaboration of 3 of Historical Romance’s best writers. All start with this story about Lord Randall but it introduces many of the characters in the other books too. Lord Randall is a soldier like his grandfather. His father was never inclined but Lord Randall is trying to be nothing like his father. Although he is now the Earl, he is not too worried as he has 3 other brothers who can replace him if he falls and dies. Lord Randall however, is extremely good at what he does and is in charge of the Randall Rogues. These are soldiers and officers who have been given a last chance before hanging or shooting for their crimes. Justin is very strong and keeps a grip on his Rogues. Helping him he has Major Bartlett, Major Flint, and Sheffield who were in charge of his individual artillery divisions. Commanding them all was Colonel Randall. Justin gives his all to his men and has very little time for anything else. His mother runs his estate with the stewards and he barely interacts with his family. The story starts with the men in England after sending Napoleon to Elba. Now the story starts with Napoleon’s escape and the men moving back to Belgium to stage their return to France. Randall is visiting his sister on the way to the coast. Married to a very liberal minded clergyman his sister Hattie (Harriett) has invited Justin to an evening party but with a difference. Justin realises that the Bentinck’s party is a collective of all different people from all walks of life. Randall is less than comfortable but his sister tries to ease him in to the party by telling him it is intellect not rank that brings them all together and he may start to relax and enjoy himself if he just let himself go a little. Standing on his own a woman enquires that he looks lost. She introduces herself which makes him even more annoyed, telling him that she is Mrs Bentinck’s cousin, Mary Endacott. She awaits a reply and gets a terse I’m Randall. Mary is a friend of Hattie’s from school, so she tries to put him at his ease and engage him in conversation. Their opinions differ during their conversation ranging on various subjects including his men and war. Miss Endacott had very radical opinions of that too. Especially about marriage which took the conversation onto the twins Gideon and Sarah. When she offended him Mary went to leave but they had made a deal at the beginning of the conversation and now Justin was taking advantage of it. He started to ask her about herself. Randall was intrigued by her. He has never really considered women much in his life. He had, of course, had liaisons in his life but they never encroached on his mind before like Miss Endacott was. When he questioned her further he comes to the wrong conclusion and assumes about her. This leads to some interesting circumstances later on. They meet several times, each making both more uncomfortable and comfortable with the feelings each was bringing out of the other. In their last meeting Justin is set for the coast and his sister makes it so that he has to take Mary with him to Brussels. Much happens on the way as you can imagine. They became friends and were seen much around Brussels together. This also cause speculation about the real nature of their relationship. Lady Sarah Latymor and her sister Lady Blanchard also enter the scene as the fashionable move into Brussels. Gideon, Sarah’s twin is with the Cavalry and joined the war. Everything starts getting messier, as war approaches. The Duchess of Richmond’s ball plays a large part in the story. Something happens to pull Justin and Mary apart just before the battle starts in earnest. Then as the battle is nearing the end all things come to a head. You will have to read it because it is too good to tell you what happens. This story has a collective of characters but the main characters of Justin and Mary are always very much in the forefront. During the story you will find out more about Major Flint, Major Bartlett and the Rogues. There certainly are some tissue box moments and these characters draw you in, to want to find out more and want to spend time with them, so the two stories to follow are definitely ones to look forward to. The battle is handled really well. Neither too gory nor too involved with the nature and details. It gives you an insight without it overpowering the story. A wonderful start, but I would have liked the story to have more of an ending but in saying that it was an excellent story and I can’t wait to catch up with the other rogues.

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