The de Wolfes of Esterley Castle Book 2
by Alexa Aston
Victorian, Historical Romance
August 20, 2019
Available in: e-Book, Trade Size
He loved her---and was blindsided when she wed another man . . . He refused her---and now her life is no longer her own . . .
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Lady Amelia Ward is ecstatic that her brother, the Earl of Merrifield, has just married for love. Amelia, who is in her first Season, now wants the same for herself. Though ton marriages rarely involve love, she has seen what a difference it's made in Oliver's life and she won't settle for anything less---especially because she's already in love with her new brother-in-law---who thinks her a featherbrain.
Derek de Wolfe, the new Earl of Reston, has seen his older sister, Diana, wed to Lord Merrifield. Now Derek's ready to return to Northumberland because he has no plans to wed for several years, preferring to focus on changes he wishes to make at Esterley, his country estate. In truth, he's running away from his growing attraction to Amelia, his new sister-in-law, whom he knows believes in love.
When Amelia decides to make Derek jealous, her plans backfire. She finds herself wed to a stranger who's a known rake and her unhappiness grows when she realizes the kind of marriage they will have.
Will Amelia find a way to escape a union that should never have occurred and if she does, will Derek be waiting for her?
The de Wolfes of Esterley Castle
Book 1 - Diana
Book 2 - Derek
Book 3 - Thea
Native Texan and former history teacher Alexa Aston lives with her husband in a Dallas suburb, where she eats her fair share of dark chocolate and plots out stories while she walks every morning. She enjoys reading, Netflix binge-watching, and attending sporting events when she’s not watching Survivor, The Crown, or Game of Thrones. Alexa’s Medieval and Regency historical romances bring to life dashing knights and loveable rogues and include the series The Knights of Honor, The King’s Cousins, and The St. Clairs.