Free Download Enlightened (Enlightenment) PDF by Joanna Chambers
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Total Pages||:||226 Pages|
|Book Rank||:||#48897th World Best Scottish Books|
|Book Author||:||Joanna Chambers|
|Publisher||:||Joanna Chambers Books|
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This is a second edition of a book previously published by Samhain Publishing.
David Lauriston has been recuperating at Lord Murdo Balfour’s Laverock estate for the last five months. At Laverock, he has regained his health and confidence and has found—with Murdo—more happiness and contentment than he has never known before.
David is all too aware that some day soon he will have to leave Laverock—and Murdo—and return to his legal practice in Edinburgh, just as Murdo will have to return to his life in London. But when David’s mentor, Patrick Chalmers, asks David to return to Edinburgh to visit him on his deathbed, it seems that day has come sooner than either David or Murdo would have wished.
Chalmers begs David to undertake one last piece of business for him: to secure the future of Chalmers’s daughter Elizabeth. But to carry out his old mentor’s wishes, David must travel to London, with Murdo.
No sooner have the two men arrived in the capital than they encounter Murdo’s ruthlessly manipulative father, who reveals a shocking secret that rocks David to his foundations. What’s more, when David discovers Elizabeth is facing far greater danger than even her father feared, he is determined to help her, no matter the cost to his own safety.
As the stakes rise, it is Murdo who must choose what he is prepared to sacrifice to keep David at his side, and ask whether there is any possibility of lasting happiness for men like them.
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Honest Reviews of Enlightened (Enlightenment) Book by Joanna Chambers
Top Reader Reviews :
Review by Berry
To say this is the quintessential Regency period M/M romance series is to underestimate how truly unique and totally engrossing each book is. Yet, I cannot bring myself to review each book (or the 1.5 short story)individually because I would be exhausted by the end of each review, and would more than likely get a bit bitchy about some comments made by others for each book.
Therefore, indulge me for repeating this review for each book:
This series is different from others in the same genre because it deals mainly with Scotland and its patriots and near ex-patriots. This circumstance alone brings a richness to the historical references, plotlines, brutality and lustfulness that imbues the best of the genre, but goes one step further.
The fact that the cover art is virtually the same for all three books underscores the distinct personalities of both the quintessentially dark Scot aristocrat Lord Murdo Balfour (foreground) and the low country
Review by Adam
This is, as far as I know, the last book in the Enlightenment series. I didn’t want to like these bookin fact, I bought the first 2 and they sat on my Kindle for MONTHS before I finally read the first one. They’re set in 19th Century Scotland, and being both a Scot and a historian, I usually can’t stomach them. A large percentage of historical novels set in Scotland lean toward the romantic side and completely skip the historical accuracy. Joanna Chambers has completely renewed my faith in historical fiction set in Scotland. This final instalment was incredible. The description, the emotional wrangling both boys go through, and the way in which she brought full circle the story of Euan and Elizabeth was spectacular. The scenery was so vibrant I actually felt like I was IN Perthand I could smell Edinburgh. This book can, possibly, be read as a stand-alone, but don’t. Buy all three books, start at the beginning, and be prepared to laugh, cry, and feel frustration and anguish along
Review by Peck
David and Murdo, Murdo and David. Just looking at these two names, together, makes my heart skip a beat. What a winding, grinding, delicious, anxious, humorous, intimate, and yes, enlightening journey these two have been on. I loooooooooooooooove that I got to go on it with them.
By the time we get to this third book in the Enlightenment series, David and Murdo know each other rather well. They can read each other’s manners and emotional reactions, they know each other’s tendencies and foibles. They do still have things yet to learn about one another, both in terms of history and how they can try and live their lives together, to have a future.
As much as they each may still close the other out sometimes, they each have learned how to also allow the other in when they need each other. This story is mostly about that, about their relationship, whether they can make it work, make the choices that would allow them to spend the rest of their days together, happily