A Lady’s prerogative is the second in the Lord loves a Lady series. This book can be read as a standalone as the author has crafted a story that stands perfectly well on its own.
Lady Natalie Spencer is frustrated by the rules set down for unmarried ladies. She made the decision to forego a loveless marriage releasing her betrothed to marry the one he loved and now she risks scandal and ruin. Withdrawn from society by her family she is not allowed to interact with anyone until she is sent to their country estate.
Garrett Castleton, the new Earl of Hawthorne, has been ostracised by society for the sins of his father. When his friend offers a respite from the devastation left by his father he reluctantly accepts. When he finds himself drawn to his friend’s sister he is torn between following his heart or his honour.
Natalie is an intelligent, witty characters who acts selflessly to help those around her regardless of the risks. Garrett is strong and resilient, and I found myself rooting for these two characters to find their happy ever after. The plot develops at a nice pace and there is a perfect blend of angst, love and of course a little steam. I would recommend this book to any lover of Regency romance.
I voluntarily read and reviewed an advance copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own.