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Does love really heal all wounds?
After being widowed by a steeplechase accident in Ireland, Lady Kate Whelan abandons the turf. But once her mourning is complete, her late husband's debts drive her to seek help in Newmarket amidst the whirl of a race meet. There she encounters antiquities expert Evan Rhys, her late husband's roguish friend―whom she hasn't seen since the day of his lordship's mysterious death.
Now that fate has reunited them, Evan seizes the chance to win over the woman he's always loved. But once back within the old stone walls of Whelan House, long-held secrets come to light that shake up everything Kate thought she knew about her marriage. Now she wonders who she can trust with her heart―and Evan must decide between love and a truth that will separate him from all his heart desires.
Romance of the Turf Series:
A Gentleman's Game (Book 1)
Scandalous Ever After (Book 2)
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July 11, 2017
This second full-length novel in Theresa Romain’s Romance of the Turf series takes up the story of Kate Durham née Chandler, the elder Chandler daughter, widow of the Earl of Whelan and mother of two young children. Scandalous Ever After is the sort of strongly written, character-driv...
July 20, 2017
This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books.
I really enjoyed this book! This is the first book by Theresa Romain that I have had the chance to read and it ended up being a great one. This book is listed as the second book in the Romance on the Turf series but it can be read fin...
July 16, 2017
This was my first book by Theresa Romain, and I was pleasantly surprised at her different take on historical romance. With a great friends-to-lovers trope, a delicious hero, and different settings than most historicals, this one is definitely worth checking out.
Evan and Kate are old fri...
July 20, 2017
“She had come to think of love as flashing and bright, plummeting and intense. The falling star, not the earth on which it landed.
As grief took many forms, so did love, its happy twin. It came in disguise, behind the face of a friend. It spoke with a familiar voice. It shared her heart by adding...
June 26, 2017
Scandalous Ever After is one of the best friends-to-lovers story I have ever read, and features an incredibly sweet hero in the form of Evan Rhys, who has loved our beloved heroine, Lady Kate Whelan, for 13 years and ongoing. There is something magical in a wonderful tale of self-understanding, f...
June 12, 2017
Evan has pined for Kate since the moment they met - when his best friend Con introduced her as his wife. Kate has longed for Evan almost as long.
When the story opens, Con is dead and it's been two years since Kate and Evan have seen each other. But in the middle of a lecture Evan is giving about...
July 08, 2017
I'll add Evan to the list of my awesome Theresa Romain's heroes. What a sweetheart!
May 28, 2017
*I am voluntarily leaving a review for an eARC provided to me by NetGalley and the publisher*
Maybe 3.5 stars
Kate, the Countess of Whelan and Evan Rhys have a history. Evan has been in love with Kate since the day he met her - as the bride of his best friend. The three of them shared a deep friend...
July 04, 2017
Old hurts and new mysteries exposed!
Certainly this Romance of the Turf story took a different direction. Old yearnings, death and mysteries play out between Wales and Ireland.
Lady Kate Whelan was widowed when her husband was killed in a steeplechase race. She's the daughter of a Welsh racing baro...
June 05, 2017
While it wasn't a bad book, it wasn't precisely a good book either. And I blame the word count. Had I been an editor for this novel, it would have been dripping with red ink by the time I was done. Not because of errors, but there were so many superfluous words. So many words.
Why are there so man...