Destroyed & Restored by Bree Wolf
In this Regency romance by USA TODAY bestselling and HOLT Medallion winning author Bree Wolf, a fearful lady and a shamed lord find their lives forever entwined by a hand of cards. England 1807: MATTHEW TURNER, BARON WHITWORTH, can no longer bear his own reflection in the mirror. All he sees is weakness and failure, a man who allowed his father to manipulate him for years. A man who turned on his own cousin in order to please the man who’s always looked at him with disappointment in his eyes. So, when his cousin comes to him for help, Matthew knows that he will move heaven and hell in order to regain Tristan’s trust and prove himself a man worthy of respect and love. Terrified of her father’s temper, LADY ADELAIDE has lived a life of complete obedience. Still, when her father threatens to gamble away her hand in marriage in the next card game, she turns to a trusted friend for help. A plan is hatched and put into motion to save Adelaide from an unfortunate marriage…by tying her to a man who would never hurt her. Still, Adelaide is afraid - terrified! - of marriage, of men, of life…even though her new husband shows her nothing but kindness. Seeing the fear in Adelaide’s eyes, Matthew vows that he will teach her how to stand tall again, how to speak without fear, how to live a life full of laughter and love. Long ago, he lost his heart to her and he will do everything within his power to not only protect her, but to see her happy again. And perhaps one day she will deem him worthy of her love. If you like marriage of convenience stories with a touch of mystery, a dash of humour as well as deep, heartfelt emotions, then you’ll love this heart-warming installment in Bree Wolf’s emotionally charged Love’s Second Chance Series. Grab DESTROYED AND RESTORED, get a cup of tea, settle into your favorite reading spot, and start this swoon-worthy romance now! Each love story in this series can be read as a stand-alone. However, most readers prefer to read them in order.
Book Length: Novel - 150-320 Pages