The Noble Guardian

I’ve read another book earlier in this series, Brentwood’s Ward, but didn’t read the second book in this series for some reason.  The Noble Guardian still worked as an (almost) stand-alone.

The Noble Guardian by Michelle Griep

I will just put a disclaimer right off the bat here: I was sick when I read this, so I wasn’t really analyzing it that much! 🙂

Now, with that out of the way, I did enjoy this historical fiction novel telling the story of arranged marriage, true love, England, highwaymen, nobility, and thieves.  It kept my attention well and was an easy read.  It wasn’t necessarily memorable or a masterpiece, but I don’t know that it was trying to be.  It was simply a good, wholesome, entertaining novel of intrigue and danger in regency England.  I would recommend it.  The characters were sweet and the plot believable.

Thank you to Barbour Publishing and Shiloh Run Press as well as Net Galley for providing with a copy of this book to read and review.  I received a copy of this book for free.  I was not required to post a positive review and the views and opinions expressed are my own.

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