Review: Tremaine’s True Love

Tremaine's True Love (True Gentlemen, #1)






He’s had everything he could ever want…until now.

Wealthy wool magnate Tremaine St. Michael is half French, half Scottish, and all business. He prowls the world in search of more profits, rarely settling in one place for long. When he meets practical, reserved Lady Nita Haddonfield, he sees an opportunity to mix business with pleasure by making the lady his own.

Nita Haddonfield has a meaningful life tending to others, though nobody is dedicated to caring for Nita. She insists the limitations of marriage aren’t for her, then Tremaine St. Michael arrives—protective, passionate, and very, very determined to win Nita’s heart.

Rating: 5-stars


Tremaine’s True Love by Grace Burrowes is puts a whole new spin on the women’s roles and their passions. I loved how determined and strong the leading protagonist, Nita, was. I liked her immediately. Nita has a talent for healing those who need her. However, during this time period, women are not allowed to do what she does. Especially, a woman of her station. Yet her dying father, trusted only her to care for him. And now, another man is willing to place his life in her hands.

Nita is torn between choosing her career and marriage. Termaine St. Michael is a wealthy man who grew up poor. He can easily sympathize with those who are struggling. He does what he can to help Nita help a woman and her children. But there are many who oppose her and what she does. Her oldest brother is one of them. But his heart is in the right place. Tremaine spent his time helping Nita doing good deeds. Saving the poor, they have made new friends. They also have grown more tender towards each other.

Love is in the air.

Overall, I loved reading this book. The historical time period was captured perfectly. I felt like I had traveled back in time. Tremaine’s True Love is heartfelt, funny, and charming. I read the whole book in one day.

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