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  • Earl Grafton and the Traitor

  • Fernley Family: A Regency-Era Romance, Book 1
  • By: Angela Johnson
  • Narrated by: Jemma Rayner
  • Length: 6 hrs and 6 mins

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Earl Grafton and the Traitor

By: Angela Johnson
Narrated by: Jemma Rayner
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When love arrives in the form of an enemy, who knew it would be covered in mud?

Baxter Fernley, the earl of Grafton, takes his duty as a member of the ton with the utmost sincerity, even if King George III has lost his mind. As a respected member of the peerage and the local magistrate, his life has order and meaning until an unruly American woman with a muddy skirt falls at his feet in what he believes to be an attempt at trapping him in marriage.

Briar Kensington thought England was boring until her impolite neighbor knocked her down and threw unfounded accusations at her like a mud-slinging fool. When she overhears the man's claim that she might be the cause of King George's state of insanity, Briar decides she wants nothing to do with him, even if it was said in jest.

Baxter despises almost everything about his traitorous American neighbor, everything except her beauty and strong will. Briar finds Baxter to be an infuriating man without any common sense, even if she does admire his strength of character and loyalty to family and duty. When they agree to be civil, their awkward first meeting is forgotten and these enemies find themselves hoping for love.

©2022 Angela Johnson (P)2022 Angela Johnson

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  • 13-08-23

All the Stars!

I have been reading this series out of order because the first time I saw it on Book Siren was during Gilbert’s book. I loved it so much that I ended up following the author and was able to read about Fletcher and Phineas. I had mentioned on one of my reviews for these books that I hoped they made the stories into Audiobook form because they were so good.

I was pleasantly surprised when I saw the first two books were already that way, and I spent two of my credits on them. It was so worth it. They are the only two that I haven’t read yet. I knew I had already liked Baxter from Fletcher’s book, and couldn’t wait to read his story! The best part is, I was able to listen to it? It was fantastic. The story, the angst, the narration, and happily ever after.

If you are able, I would definitely recommend you listening to this one, but if not, please read the book. I believe you will love it especially if you’re a fan of the Regency Era.