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Vivacious Lady Katherine Granville is the toast of the ton, but society’s most eligible miss secretly yearns for her childhood love, an untitled loner who vanished long ago after her father forbade their marriage.
After years abroad, the dark and brooding Edward Stanhope returns to England a changed man. No longer a second son with no prospects, his battlefield strategies have won him an earldom. His return should be a victorious one, but the new Earl of Randolph is battling secret demons that no one can discover. Least of all, Kat.
When the man she can’t forget reappears at her betrothal ball, Kat’s perfectly arranged future is thrown into tumult. Edward remains cold and distant, hoping she’ll marry a man worthy of her. But nothing is settled when Kat sets out to win back her first love. Can the new Earl of Randolph resist the woman he’s loved for so many years?
"Sweet, steamy and thoroughly enjoyable...equal parts action, passion and fun." -- New York Times bestselling author Grace Burrowes
Fairy Godmother are so important when a couple needs a helping hand, push or even a shove to make their love blossom. This story is extra special because this Fairy Godmother has 4 paws, is kinda furry, a tail and loves to be petted and scratched! Come meet the unique and sometimes s... ...more
Edward Stanhope, a second son, a talented musician, having been refused Kat's hand in marriage, determines to join the army, make his fortune and return home to marry his true love.
Kitty (Kat), Lady Katherine Granville, 16 years old, knowing whom and what she wants, tries to persuade Edward to f... ...more
I have had the delightful pleasure of reading three books in the Accidental Peers series by the talented Diana Quincy. I have loved each one and I anxiously await the release of her next book.
Engaging the Earl is one of those historical romances that really tugged at my heart. My heart went out... ...more
Lady Katherine Granville, daughter of the Earl of Nugent, is beautiful and her heart has belonged to Edward Stanhope since she was at least sixteen. She is devastated when Edward refuses to elope with her and leaves the country. To survive she has created a social face and is the toast of the ton... ...more
I forgot who Edward was until I realize that he was one of Cam's younger brother that went to fight in the war. I enjoy this book a lot because it felt like a cat and dog chase.
The heroine, Kat, is engage to Viscount Sinclair and it is at her betrothal ball that she sees Edward again after six y... ...more
Katherine Granville has been in love with Edward Stanhope since she was in her teens, however instead of eloping with her he goes to fight Napoleon. Inexplicably he also demands she wait for him, something Katherine isn’t going to agree to and she makes it clear that she has no intention of doing... ...more
The fourth and final book of the Accidental Peers series by Ms. Diana Quincy. I am so glad that I decided to read this series, I find Ms. Quincy's writing fascinating, it's like you don't want to stop reading! This book focuses on Edward Stanhope and Lady Katherine - star crossed lovers since the... ...more
Historical Fiction is a favorite genre of mine, and Diana Quincy put a new twist on an overwritten era, England early 1800’s. Kat, Lady Katherine Granville, knows at age 16 Edward Stanhope is the love of her life, and she will do anything to keep him. When her father turns down Edward’s offer of... ...more
Lady Katherine Granville has been in love with Edward Stanhope since she was 16 years old. When her father to give his blessing because Edward was a second son with no future she was devastated. Her heart was further broke when Edward refused to elope with her and chose to join the military. She... ...more
This is the four installment of the Accidental Peers Series. Lady Katherine Granville has been the reigning beauty for the elite ton for years. She finally decided to accepted one of the many offers for her hand in marriage. On the night of her betrothal ball to Viscount Lawrence Sinclair, Edward... ...more
This is the fourth book in Diana Quincy’s Accidental Peers series, but it is easily a stand-alone story. I wished I’d had a hammock while reading Engaging the Earl, because it’s one of those kinds of well-written stories that unfold in so lovely a manner, you just want to lounge around and slowly... ...more
I don't often read historical romance but I devoured "Engaging the Earl" in a day, between working and celebrating my twins' birthday with a family dinner.
Kat and Rand were in love at 16 and 21 but her father turned down his proposal as having too little to offer. So he leaves for the war to mak... ...more
I liked this book. It is the start of the war with Napoleon for Edward and Kitty. They are in young love and Edward has no prospects. Her father denies his asking to marry her. She swears she will wait until he comes home. 6 years later Katherine is the belle of the balls. She has decided to marr... ...more
I really enjoyed this book! For me...it is the hero that determines how much I like a book. And while Edward was broody (my kind of hero) he was also charming and easily loved. I understood the reasons he wanted to stay away from Katherine and not taint her. I could feel his struggle and nothing... ...more
ENGAGING THE EARL is exactly what I’ve come to expect from a Diana Quincy story. From the opening line, I was completely drawn to Lady Katherine and Edward Stanhope (Rand). I enjoyed how Katherine had such gumption yet adhered (for the most part) to society’s rules. And Edward! Oh, la la. I immed... ...more
Another wonderful story in Ms. Quincy's Accidental Peers series. Edward Stanhope "Rand" is a decorated war hero who has returned with a title. Changed from the war, he doesn't feel worthy of his childhood love. Having finally given up the hope of her true love returning, Kitty is engaged when Edw... ...more
This was a truly delightful romance and I thoroughly enjoyed every written path. Kitty and Edward were a wonderful couple and I found myself immersed in their story. Definitely recommend this book. ...more
Really a 3.5 stars
Edward Stanhope left for the war in a rage. He was totally in love with Lady Katherine Granville, and she with him. He went to her father to ask for her hand in marriage, but he was a second son, with no prospects, so Kat's father refused his suit.
While he was gone, Kat had five... ...more
ENGAGING THE EARL by Diana Quincy is an exciting Regency Historical Romance. Accidental Peers, #4, but can be read as a stand alone.
A war strategist,war hero,and the newly appointed Earl of Randolph, Edward Stanhope, returns to his debutante,Vivacious Lady Katherine Granville, six years later, fo... ...more