Captivating the Cynical Earl by Catherine Tinley

 

Release Date: 07.27.2021



Synopsis:

The cool, aloof earl

And the enchanting lady

For Jack Beresford, Earl of Hawkenden, emotional entanglements are the path to pain. But when his brother brings his new wife and her best friend to his country home, everything changes. Lady Cecily Thornhill is both vibrant and beautiful, and Jack finds himself increasingly captivated by her sunny nature. Yet he must resist her charms, for in a month she’ll be gone—unless his frozen heart thaws before then…


Review:


Captivating the Cynical Earl was a very good read.
Catherine Tinley wrote an intriguing story, the tension among the characters is high and gripping, I couldn't put my book down.

When Jack Beresford, Earl of Hawkenden, finds out that his brother, Tom, married a woman in a very short time without telling him he goes berserk and at the first chance he has he speaks poorly to the wife. Only some time later he finds out he had made a mistake, he has spoken to the wrong woman. Lady Cecily Thornhill is Nell's, Tom's wife, best friend, she is surprised by the Earl bad manners but she gives him another chance when he clarifies the misunderstanding. She is determinated to make him appreciate Nell and to smooth out the relationship between the two brothers. Will she succeed in her intent without losing her heart to the unapproachable man?

I loved the story between Cecily and Jack, the two grow closer slowly and organically.
Lady Cecily is such a sweet and witty character, I appreciated how she sees something good in the Earl and she stubbornly and patiently tries to bring out the best from the other. Don't get mislead by Jack bad temper because he is so much more and he will show his true self chapter after chapter and in the end of the book you'll be enamoured of this character.

I would definitely recommend this novel if you like me enjoy a good Regency romance with a brilliant heroine and a brooding hero.




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