New Blood

New Blood This book has been republished as A Summer of SecretsSophia Nelson returns to her home town in Yorkshire England to begin a new job as tour guide at Heaton Abbey House There she meets the reclusive

  • Title: New Blood
  • Author: Lorna Peel
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 396
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • This book has been republished as A Summer of SecretsSophia Nelson returns to her home town in Yorkshire, England to begin a new job as tour guide at Heaton Abbey House There, she meets the reclusive Thomas, Baron Heaton, a lonely workaholic Despite having a rule never to become involved with her boss, Sophia can t deny how she finds him incredibly attractive When she oThis book has been republished as A Summer of SecretsSophia Nelson returns to her home town in Yorkshire, England to begin a new job as tour guide at Heaton Abbey House There, she meets the reclusive Thomas, Baron Heaton, a lonely workaholic Despite having a rule never to become involved with her boss, Sophia can t deny how she finds him incredibly attractive When she overhears the secret surrounding his parentage, she is torn But is it the attraction or the fear of opening a Pandora s box that makes her keep quiet about it How long can she stay at the abbey knowing what she does

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    1 thought on “New Blood”

    1. This is a very interesting book with a humorous love story. The storyline is so convoluted that it will take you all the way through to get all of the information. Sophia has started a new job as a guide at Heaton Abbey House and within the first day has ran into Lord Heaton. He seems rude and very territorial, of course, so she hustles away from his presence and his library. Lord Thomas Heaton had to come straight from university to run the Abbey as his father passed away during his final year. [...]

    2. I received this book as an arc in exchange for an honest review. I must admit, I hadn't heard of the author before and my expectations of the book were pretty low. I had no idea that I would be sucked in and completely absorbed with it for two days until I finished it! I fell in love with the characters flaws and all! Sophia moved to the area to be closer to her mother who is sick, and gets a job working at an old manor as a tour guide. Thomas Heaton is the lord of the manor but his character go [...]

    3. I really enjoyed this book. It was a bit like a soap opera which is rather amusing since the characters made fun of soap operas several times in the book. Sophia and Thomas were a joy to read about and thoroughly likable characters. It is always nice when you care what happens to the h and H. Also this being a bit of a beauty and the beast retelling is always a plus in my book as it is the best story ever. One of my favorite parts was the flow and phrasing of the language. As an American I don't [...]

    4. An out of the ordinary story with characters you get involved with immediately. There was a little bit of everything going on, with a cast of characters from all ends of the social scale. The dialogue was smart and snappy. I will definitely read more of Ms Peel's work. I received a copy of this book for my honest opinion.

    5. This must be written for my granny's generation. Its so prim and proper I kept rolling my eyes and skimming through it:1. Can a person even get addicted to speed??2. The main purpose of the book seemed to be to get the lord of the manor to stop his ungodly habit of smoking.3. NO! a man does not "plucker" at a womans lips.4. Who says "blimey"??A one star and straight to my "Crap book" section.

    6. 2.5 stars***ARC received in exchange of an honest review***I had really high hopes for this book, but unfortunately it didn't meet my expectations.I didn't feel the chemistry between the main characters, I didn't see any spark there to be honest. They felt as stuffy as their dialogues, and not in a good way. There was a lot of focus on things that were superficial to the story, it was almost as the author was filling space.And to me the story's pace was a bit confusing at times. Things happened [...]

    7. Ah, to be an aristocrat with a stately pile and a pile of money as well. I’ve read a few books about the other type of aristocrat who is land rich, with a stately home needing constant repairs, but whose bank account is also sadly in need of propping up. Baron Thomas is one such titled owner who needs to open his home to tourists like me who love to visit. His new tour guide Sophia, a local lass who returns to her Yorkshire roots, is able to put up with his volatile temper and his innate shyne [...]

    8. An engrossing romantic suspense. The author did a great job of providing the reader with a balance between the romance and the suspense. All the characters are well developed and read like real people. The relationship between Sophia and Thomas unfolded naturally and didn't feel forced. New Blood kept me turning pages to the very end. Recommended.

    9. A very enjoyable read with an unusual setting, a believable romance, main and secondary characters with depth, genealogy research, and family secrets and suspense.Well written and highly recommended.

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