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When it comes to love, there’s never a dull moment in the Worthingtons’ extended family circle . . .    Gerald, Earl Elliott, has finally decided to marry. Unfortunately, he seems only to fall for a lady once she is engaged to another. When his close friend, the Duke of Rothwell, asks him to look out for his sister, Lady Lucinda Hughlot, during her first London Season, When it comes to love, there’s never a dull moment in the Worthingtons’ extended family circle . . .    Gerald, Earl Elliott, has finally decided to marry. Unfortunately, he seems only to fall for a lady once she is engaged to another. When his close friend, the Duke of Rothwell, asks him to look out for his sister, Lady Lucinda Hughlot, during her first London Season, Gerald is happy to oblige. After all, it will put him even more conveniently in the way of eligible ladies. Yet he’s completely oblivious to Lucinda’s growing attraction to him . . .   Lucinda is thrilled to finally be having her Season. Her mother would be thrilled as well except for the scandal the late duke caused before his death. To avoid gossip, the dowager duchess has decided an arranged match will cover her chaperoning duties. Lucinda, however, is far from pleased with her mother’s choice of the Marquis of Quorndon—especially with her heart set on Lord Elliott. There is only one solution: Lucinda will find a lady for Quorndon. Then she will convince Lord Elliott of their love—and together they will convince her mother. All it will require are good theatrical skills—and a very genuine kiss . . .   Praise for Ella Quinn’s The Marquis and I   “Romance builds in this satisfying, memorable read, perfect for fans of Grace Burrowes and Tessa Dare.” —Booklist    “A surprising Regency romance that combines intelligence and intrigue for satisfying results.” —Kirkus Reviews   “Full of payoffs for longtime readers while welcoming the new.” —Publishers Weekly


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When it comes to love, there’s never a dull moment in the Worthingtons’ extended family circle . . .    Gerald, Earl Elliott, has finally decided to marry. Unfortunately, he seems only to fall for a lady once she is engaged to another. When his close friend, the Duke of Rothwell, asks him to look out for his sister, Lady Lucinda Hughlot, during her first London Season, When it comes to love, there’s never a dull moment in the Worthingtons’ extended family circle . . .    Gerald, Earl Elliott, has finally decided to marry. Unfortunately, he seems only to fall for a lady once she is engaged to another. When his close friend, the Duke of Rothwell, asks him to look out for his sister, Lady Lucinda Hughlot, during her first London Season, Gerald is happy to oblige. After all, it will put him even more conveniently in the way of eligible ladies. Yet he’s completely oblivious to Lucinda’s growing attraction to him . . .   Lucinda is thrilled to finally be having her Season. Her mother would be thrilled as well except for the scandal the late duke caused before his death. To avoid gossip, the dowager duchess has decided an arranged match will cover her chaperoning duties. Lucinda, however, is far from pleased with her mother’s choice of the Marquis of Quorndon—especially with her heart set on Lord Elliott. There is only one solution: Lucinda will find a lady for Quorndon. Then she will convince Lord Elliott of their love—and together they will convince her mother. All it will require are good theatrical skills—and a very genuine kiss . . .   Praise for Ella Quinn’s The Marquis and I   “Romance builds in this satisfying, memorable read, perfect for fans of Grace Burrowes and Tessa Dare.” —Booklist    “A surprising Regency romance that combines intelligence and intrigue for satisfying results.” —Kirkus Reviews   “Full of payoffs for longtime readers while welcoming the new.” —Publishers Weekly

30 review for I'll Always Love You

  1. 4 out of 5

    Tracy Emro

    This was a sweet little addition to the Worthington series, featuring Louisa's sister by marriage Lady Lucinda Hughlot and Gerald, Earl Elliot. Lucinda is finally getting her London season thanks to Louisa and Rothwell being able to convince the dowager duchess that she must sponsor her - the dowager has not been in town since her husband's death and has avoided returning due to the scandals her late husband caused. She informs Lucinda that she has spoken to her dear friend the Marchioness of Qu This was a sweet little addition to the Worthington series, featuring Louisa's sister by marriage Lady Lucinda Hughlot and Gerald, Earl Elliot. Lucinda is finally getting her London season thanks to Louisa and Rothwell being able to convince the dowager duchess that she must sponsor her - the dowager has not been in town since her husband's death and has avoided returning due to the scandals her late husband caused. She informs Lucinda that she has spoken to her dear friend the Marchioness of Quorndon and they have decided that her son the Marquess and Lucinda will be a perfect match. Lucinda is dismayed, she wanted to choose her own husband and dreamt of a love match. But she agrees to meet the Marquess to keep the peace. Gerald has not had much success in his quest for a bride, he seems to only notice a woman once she has become attached to another man. Far from heartbroken, he decides that this is the season that he will find the perfect woman. While visiting his club he sees Quorndon and learns that he will probably be married soon to Lucinda, as his mother believes they will be a good match, their conversation is overheard by Rothwell, who immediately asks Gerald to watch out for his sister. Gerald agrees thinking that it will give him a chance to meet potential brides. When Lucinda meets Gerald, she is smitten, he is perfect for her! But she has promised to meet Quorndon and hopes that he inspires the same level of interest. He does not and now Lucinda has to find a way out of this arrangement. As luck would have it she meets the perfect woman for Quorndon in the form of Miss. Arabella Marlowe - who is just as interested in him as he is in her. She suggests an outing and invites Gerald along. It is clear that Arabella and Quorndon are a perfect match, but Gerald does seem to see that Lucinda is his perfect mate as well. As the weeks pass and they spend more time together, she knows that she is in love with him, but has no idea what his feelings are or how to find out, but when her mother informs her that she will be announcing her betrothal to Quarndon in a week, she will have to gather up all her courage and ask him or lose the one man she may not be able to live without. Even when their true feelings are revealed, they will still have to overcome their mother's disapproval before they can have their HEA. I thought this was a very sweet story and I loved Lucinda and Gerald - but I will admit that I thought Gerald was dumber than a box of rocks more than once and more than a little dense. He was perfectly charming and I enjoyed his interactions with Lucinda, but it was like he refused to see what was right in front of him - this was not your typical hero denial - he really came across as obtuse and a little slow on the uptake. However, he manages to pull his head out of his butt and realize that Lucinda is the woman he has always wanted before it is too late. I got a kick out of his mother and how well she played him :) This was well written, fast paced, easy to read story with a little bit of steam at the end and not a whole lot of drama. I really enjoyed the book and would be happy to recommend, it is part of the Worthington series, but it could be read as a stand alone with no problems at all. *I am voluntarily leaving a review for an eARC that was provided to me by NetGalley and the publisher.*

  2. 4 out of 5

    Maggie Whitworth

    ❤❤❤❤ 💋 In a bit of an extension from The Worthington series, this is a little gem . I wonderfully sweet romance , of an Earl looking after his friends sister during her first season . It’s tense in parts with a sweet and loving romance to get you teeth into , what more could you want . Very readable and thoroughly enjoyable . I received an advance copy of this book and chose to submit a review ❤️❤️❤️❤️ 💋 In a bit of an extension from The Worthington series, this is a little gem . I wonderfully sweet romance , of an Earl looking after his friends sister during her first season . It’s tense in parts with a sweet and loving romance to get you teeth into , what more could you want . Very readable and thoroughly enjoyable . I received an advance copy of this book and chose to submit a review

  3. 5 out of 5

    eyes.2c

    Fun Regency romance! A most enjoyable novella that focuses on Gerald, Earl Elliott. We've met him as the secondary character in previous Worthington novels. Lady Lucinda Hughlot, sister to Lord Elliott's friend the Duke of Rothwell, is to have a season, not that her mother agrees or wants her to for various reasons. Elliott falls in with Rothwell's request to keep an eye on Lucinda and watch out for any suitors not up to snuff. Of course you don't have to be a soothsayer to guess what happens. The Fun Regency romance! A most enjoyable novella that focuses on Gerald, Earl Elliott. We've met him as the secondary character in previous Worthington novels. Lady Lucinda Hughlot, sister to Lord Elliott's friend the Duke of Rothwell, is to have a season, not that her mother agrees or wants her to for various reasons. Elliott falls in with Rothwell's request to keep an eye on Lucinda and watch out for any suitors not up to snuff. Of course you don't have to be a soothsayer to guess what happens. The getting to the happening though is rather fun. Lucinda is quite a talented woman and Elliott finds himself in an unexpected position. What no-one knows is that Lucinda's mother has already made plans for whom Lucinda should marry, the Marquis of Quorndon, a friend's son. I rather like Quorndon, even more so when Lucinda lends him a hand towards a different result. Thankfully Lucinda is not only able to weave her way through her problems, but she has plans to assist with her newly acquired debutante friend's problems as well. No down trodden daughter our Lucinda, rather a managing young woman with a mind of her own--fortunately! Meanwhile Elliot's mother is doing all she can to get her son married. When we later discover the lengths she's gone to its all rather hilarious. . A NetGalley ARC

  4. 4 out of 5

    Pamela

    Gerald, Earl Elliott, has decided this is the season he will hopefully find a bride. In the past, he has only seemed to want the women after they became unavailable. This time Elliott determines to find a good one before she gets snapped up by someone else. When the Duke of Rothwell, a good friend, asks Elliott to help him with his sister, Lucinda's, comeout, that only serves to aid him in his endeavors. Attending balls to help keep an eye on Lucinda will give Elliott a chance to be around other Gerald, Earl Elliott, has decided this is the season he will hopefully find a bride. In the past, he has only seemed to want the women after they became unavailable. This time Elliott determines to find a good one before she gets snapped up by someone else. When the Duke of Rothwell, a good friend, asks Elliott to help him with his sister, Lucinda's, comeout, that only serves to aid him in his endeavors. Attending balls to help keep an eye on Lucinda will give Elliott a chance to be around other eligible young ladies. Lucinda has been looking forward to her first Season. She becomes less excited, however, when her mother tries to pair her off with the Marquis of Quorndon before it has even begun. Lucinda wants to find her own husband. Elliott seems like he'd make a prime candidate, but finding out if he is the one might be a challenge. And it will certainly be a trial considering her mother's low opinion of him. Although I'LL ALWAYS LOVE YOU by author Ella Quinn is a novella, I enjoyed it very much. I do feel it was a little rushed toward the end, but I know getting to the point of HEA must be tough since it doesn't have the development time a novel would have. However, I felt that Lucinda and Elliott's story was pretty believable. Lucinda is a smart and determined young lady. She knows what she wants early on. Elliott was a little slower on the draw. He has this wrong-headed idea of what love is and how he'll just know when he finds the one. Boy, is he wrong. It took him a little bit to see what was right in front of his eyes, but that only made I'LL ALWAYS LOVE YOU all the more entertaining. Fans of Ms. Quinn's WORTHINGTONS series won't want to miss it.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Monique

    Lady Lucinda Hughlot’s mother is determined to see Lucinda married as soon as possible, while Lucinda does not want to marry just anyone; besides, Lucinda wants to enjoy her first Season. It doesn’t take long for Lucinda to deem her mother’s choice, the Marquis of Quorndon, entirely unsuitable. Lucinda’s brother has been tasked to help her along and has enlisted the help of his friend Gerald, Earl Elliott. Gerald has decided that this is the year he will marry, but how will he ever find the righ Lady Lucinda Hughlot’s mother is determined to see Lucinda married as soon as possible, while Lucinda does not want to marry just anyone; besides, Lucinda wants to enjoy her first Season. It doesn’t take long for Lucinda to deem her mother’s choice, the Marquis of Quorndon, entirely unsuitable. Lucinda’s brother has been tasked to help her along and has enlisted the help of his friend Gerald, Earl Elliott. Gerald has decided that this is the year he will marry, but how will he ever find the right woman? But escorting Lucinda around will give him a chance to look at the eligible ladies. Lucinda knows quickly that Gerald is the one for her, but how will she convince him. But most of all, how will she convince her mother? I’LL ALWAYS LOVE YOU is a delectable morsel with minimal angst, filled with charming characters, and where love reigns. Both Lucinda and Gerald are so very engaging: Lucinda is all effervescence and joy, and knows precisely what to do to convince Gerald without coming off as brash. Poor Gerald, so oblivious and so smitten; he was so cute! And I loved Quorndon in all his foppishness; he was wrong for Lucinda but so very right for another – who was also a most lovely young lady. Ella Quinn’s knowledge of the Regency era and her superb descriptions made me feel as if I were attending my first Season as well! I’LL ALWAYS LOVE YOU is a quick read, everything flows seamlessly; it was a real pleasure to read from beginning to end! I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Janet

    4.25 Stars Gerald, Earl Elliott, has finally decided to marry. Unfortunately, he seems only to fall for a lady once she is engaged to another. When his close friend, the Duke of Rothwell, asks him to look out for his sister, Lady Lucinda Hughlot, during her first London Season, Gerald is happy to oblige. Yet he’s completely oblivious to Lucinda’s growing attraction to him. Lucinda is thrilled to finally be having her Season, however her mother the dowager duchess has decided an arranged match wil 4.25 Stars Gerald, Earl Elliott, has finally decided to marry. Unfortunately, he seems only to fall for a lady once she is engaged to another. When his close friend, the Duke of Rothwell, asks him to look out for his sister, Lady Lucinda Hughlot, during her first London Season, Gerald is happy to oblige. Yet he’s completely oblivious to Lucinda’s growing attraction to him. Lucinda is thrilled to finally be having her Season, however her mother the dowager duchess has decided an arranged match will cover her chaperoning duties. Lucinda, however, is far from pleased with her mother’s choice of the Marquis of Quorndon especially with her heart set on Lord Elliott. There is only one solution: Lucinda will find a lady for Quorndon. This is the 5.5 book in the series, it could easily be read on its own as a delightful long novella but if like me you love the Worthington’s you love this as Rothwell & Louisa feature quite a lot, it takes place the year following their marriage. I also liked that there were cameo appearances from some of the characters from the Marriage game series. I read the book in a sitting & thoroughly enjoyed it. The pace is very good, the characters are well fleshed & likeable. There's no intrigue no kidnapping just some manipulative mothers & a lovely romance Elliott & Lucinda are perfect for each other but Elliott is slow to realise where his heart lies. A warm hearted captivating read. My honest review is for a special copy I voluntarily read

  7. 4 out of 5

    Lori D

    Entertaining from beginning to end, this latest story in the Worthingtons saga brings Lady Lucinda and Gerald, Earl Elliott together in an unexpected way! Happy to finally be having her season, Lucinda is not pleased when her mother tries to arrange a marriage for her with a Marquis. Fortunately her brother has asked his friend Gerald to watch out for his sister during her London season. Since he is looking for a match himself, it seems the perfect solution. Not! His affection for her grows as h Entertaining from beginning to end, this latest story in the Worthingtons saga brings Lady Lucinda and Gerald, Earl Elliott together in an unexpected way! Happy to finally be having her season, Lucinda is not pleased when her mother tries to arrange a marriage for her with a Marquis. Fortunately her brother has asked his friend Gerald to watch out for his sister during her London season. Since he is looking for a match himself, it seems the perfect solution. Not! His affection for her grows as he is around her and it seems she is to marry another! What to do? Well Lucinda has it under control when she decides to find a suitable match for the Marquis instead of her! You see she is falling for Elliott and hopes all will work out for them, that is if her mother does not ruin everything! A delightful tale that will have you smiling as you turn the pages.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Debbie Glenn Brown

    Lady Lucinda Hughlot is thrilled her season, but her mother has her own ideas and a match with Marquis of Quorndon is her choice. Lucinda wants to enjoy her first Season and she’s less than thrilled with her mother’s choice, after all she in love with Gerald. Lucinda comes up with a plan and set out to find Quorndon a wife worthy of him and hopefully make Gerald realize the woman whose perfect for him has been right in front of him the whole time. Gerald in the market and looking for a wife of h Lady Lucinda Hughlot is thrilled her season, but her mother has her own ideas and a match with Marquis of Quorndon is her choice. Lucinda wants to enjoy her first Season and she’s less than thrilled with her mother’s choice, after all she in love with Gerald. Lucinda comes up with a plan and set out to find Quorndon a wife worthy of him and hopefully make Gerald realize the woman whose perfect for him has been right in front of him the whole time. Gerald in the market and looking for a wife of his own so he’s happy to watch out for Lucinda at the balls and parties. The more he’s around Lucinda he realizes she’s the one he wants to marry, but Lucinda is set to marry another. A fun story to read, I loved the characters and the story line. This my honest opinions is resolved to build after I voluntarily read a copy of this book that was provided to me with no requirements for a review.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Kelly-Jo Sweeney

    When I saw a book by Ella Quinn up for request on Netgalley, I couldn't resist requesting it. I have to admit that so far I've only read one other, but getting more in the series has been high on my list of books to read. This is a novella, rather than a full-length novel, but it fits into The Worthington's series. You don't need to have read the other books in the series to enjoy this one. I really liked the idea behind this story. Earl Elliot is keen to find a wife. He seems to only notice wome When I saw a book by Ella Quinn up for request on Netgalley, I couldn't resist requesting it. I have to admit that so far I've only read one other, but getting more in the series has been high on my list of books to read. This is a novella, rather than a full-length novel, but it fits into The Worthington's series. You don't need to have read the other books in the series to enjoy this one. I really liked the idea behind this story. Earl Elliot is keen to find a wife. He seems to only notice women might be of interest when it's to late and they've already met and fallen in love with someone else. He's concerned that he might not recognise the woman who he should marry until it's too late. He has also been asked to keep an eye on his friend, the Duke of Rothwell's younger sister. Lucinda is having her first season in London. She's keen to find a husband, but not necessarily the one that her mother has chosen for her. Instead, she finds herself interested in her brother's friend Earl Elliot. I really liked the way that Lucinda quickly decided that she was interested in Elliot, but it took him a while longer to realise that she might be the one. This was really quite a sweet story and I really enjoyed it. It may have only been a novella, but it was still satisfying and I'm still keen to read other books in the series. I received a complimentary copy of this book through NetGalley. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Cheryl

    This is a sweet romance with very engaging characters in Lucinda and Elliot. Lucinda wants to marry for love but her mother has different ideas as to who would make a suitable match. Elliot is looking for a bride but wants one of his choosing. Lucinda’s brother has asked Elliot to keep an eye out for Lucinda as she navigates her first season. Will the mothers get their way? Lucinda is very enterprising and has a solution of her own. This was an entertaining story that can be read in a day. I rec This is a sweet romance with very engaging characters in Lucinda and Elliot. Lucinda wants to marry for love but her mother has different ideas as to who would make a suitable match. Elliot is looking for a bride but wants one of his choosing. Lucinda’s brother has asked Elliot to keep an eye out for Lucinda as she navigates her first season. Will the mothers get their way? Lucinda is very enterprising and has a solution of her own. This was an entertaining story that can be read in a day. I received a copy and have voluntarily reviewed it. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Cathy Geha

    I’ll Always Love You by Ella Quinn The Worthingtons #5.5 Sweet rather predictable novella that sees Lady Lucinda Hughlot and Gerald, Earl Elliott find true love in spite of Lucinda’s mother wanting her to marry someone else. This story has a slow build to the HEA with two characters that are entertaining and worthy of one another. There is another couple that finds true love through matchmaking on Lucinda’s part. There are excursions, balls, rides in the park, a few kisses, two weddings and a cons I’ll Always Love You by Ella Quinn The Worthingtons #5.5 Sweet rather predictable novella that sees Lady Lucinda Hughlot and Gerald, Earl Elliott find true love in spite of Lucinda’s mother wanting her to marry someone else. This story has a slow build to the HEA with two characters that are entertaining and worthy of one another. There is another couple that finds true love through matchmaking on Lucinda’s part. There are excursions, balls, rides in the park, a few kisses, two weddings and a consummation. A fun regency romance that was entertaining to read. Thank you to NetGalley and Kensington-Zebra for the ARC – This is my honest review. 3-4 Stars

  12. 4 out of 5

    Eva

    I love Ella's books usually but this #5.5 of The Worthingtons was only a "nice" read. The leads -Lucinda, the sister of the Duke of Rothwell, and Gerald, who is her brother's good friend. Her mother is kind of the pest or let us say overbearing, she wants to get her off the marriage marked ASAP because she already knows who the right husband will be. She doesn't give a damn about he daughters feelings. The girl wants to have her season, her mother doesn't want to go to London at all. Her sister I love Ella's books usually but this #5.5 of The Worthingtons was only a "nice" read. The leads -Lucinda, the sister of the Duke of Rothwell, and Gerald, who is her brother's good friend. Her mother is kind of the pest or let us say overbearing, she wants to get her off the marriage marked ASAP because she already knows who the right husband will be. She doesn't give a damn about he daughters feelings. The girl wants to have her season, her mother doesn't want to go to London at all. Her sister in law is pregnant with her first child and is able to force Lucinda's mother to chaperone Lucinda. Gerald always falls in love with women who are already or nearly engaged. Will it be different this time? It was a nice and short novel but sometimes a big confusing in my opinion. The last quarter of the novel seemed rushed ...- the end didn't make me happy nor did the dialogues. *I got this ARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review*

  13. 5 out of 5

    Michelle Quintana

    Wonderful read I won this book from Goodreads. This is a quick, wonderful read. Lucinda is excited to have her Season in London, but the excitement doesn't last long. Her mother informs her that she has already arranged a marriage for her. She hopes that the match is compatible but has her doubts. Meanwhile, her brother has arranged to have his friend Gerald Elliot looking out for her. He is determined to be married by the end of the season but ends up spending a lot of time with Lucinda. Lucinda Wonderful read I won this book from Goodreads. This is a quick, wonderful read. Lucinda is excited to have her Season in London, but the excitement doesn't last long. Her mother informs her that she has already arranged a marriage for her. She hopes that the match is compatible but has her doubts. Meanwhile, her brother has arranged to have his friend Gerald Elliot looking out for her. He is determined to be married by the end of the season but ends up spending a lot of time with Lucinda. Lucinda is excited to be around Elliott but is also determined to find a suitable match for the guy her mom has arranged for her. Even though he is looking for a wife, Elliott ends up comparing all of the women to Lucinda. When he realizes that Lucinda is the one he has been searching for, he only hopes that she feels the same way. The only obstacle they have is trying to convince her mom, who is dead set against Lucinda marrying him. The ending was romantic and tied up the story nicely

  14. 5 out of 5

    Leah

    Ella Quinn rejoins the Worthington series in her latest novel. I haven’t read all of the books in the series, but that didn’t hinder my enjoyment of this lovely story about the enduring nature of love. I found the story to be a quick read that contained delightful characters. Lady Lucinda Hughlot is the sister of the current Duke of Rothwell. She is going to London for her first season and cannot wait to find the man she is going to marry. Lucinda wants to find a man that she loves. When she lear Ella Quinn rejoins the Worthington series in her latest novel. I haven’t read all of the books in the series, but that didn’t hinder my enjoyment of this lovely story about the enduring nature of love. I found the story to be a quick read that contained delightful characters. Lady Lucinda Hughlot is the sister of the current Duke of Rothwell. She is going to London for her first season and cannot wait to find the man she is going to marry. Lucinda wants to find a man that she loves. When she learns that her mother has planned an engagement without consulting her, Lucinda isn’t sure what to think. She has to take her own fate into her hands if she wants to find the perfect man. Gerald, Earl Elliott, plans to find a wife this season. He has found women that he is interested in, but only recognizes his interest after they have married someone else. This season he is determined to recognize the woman that he is meant to marry before she finds another man. When his friend the Duke of Rothwell asks him for help watching out for Lucinda during the season, Elliott jumps at the chance. He can help a friend while searching for a bride. Elliott doesn’t expect to find the company of Lucinda to be so delightful. When she shares her plan to find another match for her intended so that she is fee to marry the man she wants, Elliott questions who she has her sights set on and vows to make sure the man is worthy. Little does he know that Lucinda is intrigued by him. I loved watching these two characters figure out what they felt about each other while navigating society and the Ton. They also have to combat disapproval from both their mothers. Ms. Quinn tells a story of romance and love that is meant to be.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Niki

    This book features Lucinda, sister to the Duke of Rothwell, but with her terribly overbearing mother as a guardian, and Gerald, Earl Elliott. Lucinda's mother is eager to facilitate a match between her daughter and her friend's son, a marquess, despite the fact that the two have nothing in common, so that she can return to the country. Lucinda, however, is eager to have her season, and her brother and sister-in-law conspire to make that happen. Gerald has finally decided he would like to settle This book features Lucinda, sister to the Duke of Rothwell, but with her terribly overbearing mother as a guardian, and Gerald, Earl Elliott. Lucinda's mother is eager to facilitate a match between her daughter and her friend's son, a marquess, despite the fact that the two have nothing in common, so that she can return to the country. Lucinda, however, is eager to have her season, and her brother and sister-in-law conspire to make that happen. Gerald has finally decided he would like to settle down and find a wife, if for no other reason than to get his mother to move out of his house. As the season begins Gerald, a friend of the heroine's brother, agrees to help look after Lucinda during the season's events, and therefore winds up spending a lot of time with her and discovering many common interests. This was a quick, entertaining read, but some of the narrative was a bit confusing and hard to follow. I also felt like the ending and resolution was rushed, even for a novella. Before I knew it, the storyline had jumped ahead several weeks and yet not much had changed or developed for the characters. Then we got this rushed ending, a quick and rather perfunctory steamy scene with some rather cheesy dialogue, and bam, end of book. Other than those issues, this was a good read. If you're looking for a quick, light read, I'd recommend this one. I received an ARC from the publisher via NetGalley. All opinions are my own.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Debra Martin

    Gerald, Lord Elliott is finally willing to settle down and search for a wife this Season. When his good friend, the Duke of Rothwell, asks him to watch over his sister, Lady Lucinda Hughlot, Gerald thinks it will be a good way to see if any of the debutantes catch his eye. What he doesn't expect is that he likes Lucinda more each time they spend time together. Lucinda's mother is determined to have her marry her friend's son. Can Gerald win Lucinda's hand without offending either Rothwell or Luc Gerald, Lord Elliott is finally willing to settle down and search for a wife this Season. When his good friend, the Duke of Rothwell, asks him to watch over his sister, Lady Lucinda Hughlot, Gerald thinks it will be a good way to see if any of the debutantes catch his eye. What he doesn't expect is that he likes Lucinda more each time they spend time together. Lucinda's mother is determined to have her marry her friend's son. Can Gerald win Lucinda's hand without offending either Rothwell or Lucinda's mother? This was a very quick read. I did enjoy it, but after some leisurely scenes with Gerald and Lucinda, I felt the ending was very rushed. There was no real obstacle except for Lucinda's mother disapproval preventing them from being together and when the storyline jumped ahead a few weeks, Lucinda and Gerald were declaring their love for each other. There was a quick sex scene and the book was basically over. I would have liked more in the second half of the book. I realize this was a novella, but the ending left much to be desired. I received a copy of this book in exchange for a fair and honest review and was not obligated to leave a review.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Shelby

    ***ARC was provided to me for a fair and honest review*** Overall rating: 3/5 The characters were enjoyable but the plot was thin Heroine (Lucinda): 3/5 A country miss who is going to get her own season whether her mother wants her to or not. Hero (Gerald, Earl Elliot): 4/5 He is finally ready to take a wife but he must also look out for his friend’s little sister during the season. Plot: 3/5 While Lucinda’s mother is quick to make her a match that neither party is truly fond of, her brother’s frie ***ARC was provided to me for a fair and honest review*** Overall rating: 3/5 The characters were enjoyable but the plot was thin Heroine (Lucinda): 3/5 A country miss who is going to get her own season whether her mother wants her to or not. Hero (Gerald, Earl Elliot): 4/5 He is finally ready to take a wife but he must also look out for his friend’s little sister during the season. Plot: 3/5 While Lucinda’s mother is quick to make her a match that neither party is truly fond of, her brother’s friend Gerald agrees to watch out for Lucinda during the season. While attending parties together feelings develop between the pair. Can Gerald stay away from his friend’s little sister? Can Lucinda convince her mother that Lord Elliot is the right one for her? Personal Review: It was a very quick read, not apart of the main series and can be read easily as a stand alone. That said, I enjoyed the characters far more than the story itself. If you're looking for something light and fun, this is the book for you.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Carma

    Lucinda is having her coming out season and bringing her mother to the city with her, albeit begrudgingly as her sponsor, brings both happiness and stresses. Her Brother and Sister in Law lend help where they can but ultimately it is up to Lucinda to navigate this new normal. When her mother declares her having chosen Lucinda’s husband that was enough to motivate Lucinda to master her own destiny. Gerald is a friend of Rothwell, Lucinda’s brother, and when asked to keep his eye out for Lucinda ag Lucinda is having her coming out season and bringing her mother to the city with her, albeit begrudgingly as her sponsor, brings both happiness and stresses. Her Brother and Sister in Law lend help where they can but ultimately it is up to Lucinda to navigate this new normal. When her mother declares her having chosen Lucinda’s husband that was enough to motivate Lucinda to master her own destiny. Gerald is a friend of Rothwell, Lucinda’s brother, and when asked to keep his eye out for Lucinda agrees without hesitation. He doesn’t quite expect to find himself attracted to Lucinda in the process. When Lucinda lets him in on her plan to find a better match for her intended he isn’t sure how to feel. He finds himself more taken by Lucinda day after day but can’t see a way to find out if the attraction is reciprocated. Gerald and Lucinda work together to bring couples together who were meant for each other to begin with. Together they make a great working team in each area of life special to themselves. This was the first novel I’ve read by Ms Quinn. I love historical pieces and this one does not disappoint. It flowed well and I loved all the historical references, as well as the explanations of historical situations at the end of the book. I received an advance copy from Netgalley without expectation for review. Any and all opinions expressed for this 4 solid star read are my own.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Allison

    This is the next story in Ella Quinn’s current series. It features the eldest daughter, Lucinda and Earl Elliot, the brother’s best friend. I always like romances featuring the brother’s friend, even though they always make me wonder why my brother’s friends didn’t work out that way! I liked the premise of the meeting between these characters. Lucinda has come to London for her first season and her brother asks his friend Gerald Elliot to help keep an eye out for her. Through random meetings they This is the next story in Ella Quinn’s current series. It features the eldest daughter, Lucinda and Earl Elliot, the brother’s best friend. I always like romances featuring the brother’s friend, even though they always make me wonder why my brother’s friends didn’t work out that way! I liked the premise of the meeting between these characters. Lucinda has come to London for her first season and her brother asks his friend Gerald Elliot to help keep an eye out for her. Through random meetings they come to find they have great conversations and lots in common. The characters themselves were interesting and realistic. I especially liked how Earl Elliot questions how he knows Lucinda is the right one. It seems the opposite to the usual storyline, but I liked the guy being shown as unsure. This was a short read, but definitely worth your time. I really enjoyed it and thank Ella Quinn, the publisher and NetGalley for the free ARC in exchange for an honest opinion.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Leah Green

    I received this book as an ARC. This was a sweet novella. About Lady Lucinda's first season. Her meddlesome deplorable mother. Who has tried to arrange a marriage between Lucinda and a friend's son. Regardless of her feelings and before she can even take part in the season. All the while her brother The duke of Rothwell, asks his friend, Gerald Earl Elliot, to look out for his little sister. Gerald decides this is a prime time to look for a wife of his own. He fears he will again realize too late I received this book as an ARC. This was a sweet novella. About Lady Lucinda's first season. Her meddlesome deplorable mother. Who has tried to arrange a marriage between Lucinda and a friend's son. Regardless of her feelings and before she can even take part in the season. All the while her brother The duke of Rothwell, asks his friend, Gerald Earl Elliot, to look out for his little sister. Gerald decides this is a prime time to look for a wife of his own. He fears he will again realize too late his desire to wed someone. All his friends are recently married. Gerald and Lucinda end up spending time together. Lucinda and Gerald develop feelings for each other. Lucinda decides to find a match for the man her mother wanted her to marry. Then they have to convince her mother to allow her to marry Elliot. The characters in this book were sweet and endearing. It seemed slightly rushed along at times. Other times too descriptive. But all in all a nice read.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Sissy's Romance Book Review

    4.5 Stars I'll Always Love You by Ella Quinn is book 5.5 in The Worthingtons series. This is the story of Lucinda Hughlot and Gerald, Earl Elliott. I have read the previous books, but feel this is easily a standalone book. Gerald isn't having any luck in the marriage mart so when he is asked to help oversea his friends sister at her coming out, he thinks this would put him closer to finding a wife. Lucinda's mother was reluctant at first to send her out with the scandal that happened but giving i 4.5 Stars I'll Always Love You by Ella Quinn is book 5.5 in The Worthingtons series. This is the story of Lucinda Hughlot and Gerald, Earl Elliott. I have read the previous books, but feel this is easily a standalone book. Gerald isn't having any luck in the marriage mart so when he is asked to help oversea his friends sister at her coming out, he thinks this would put him closer to finding a wife. Lucinda's mother was reluctant at first to send her out with the scandal that happened but giving in she thinks to match Lucinda with a Marquis to help save her daughter. Lucinda isn't happy with her mother's match and is falling for Gerald but she just has to convince him that she the one for him. Ms. Quinn's writing always gives me such joy when reading her stories.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Pelusa Rivera

    Rcvd an ARC at no cost to author..(netgalley) This was a pretty simple clean book. This was part of a series but I didn't know that, and the way that the author writes you are not lost she explains who is who. So we meet Lady Lucinda who is about to have her season debut, but her mother has already set up a betrothal to the son of one her friends and because she doesn't want to go to the Tons parties because of the past scandals. Her brother asks one of his friends Gerold (Lord Elliott) to watch Rcvd an ARC at no cost to author..(netgalley) This was a pretty simple clean book. This was part of a series but I didn't know that, and the way that the author writes you are not lost she explains who is who. So we meet Lady Lucinda who is about to have her season debut, but her mother has already set up a betrothal to the son of one her friends and because she doesn't want to go to the Tons parties because of the past scandals. Her brother asks one of his friends Gerold (Lord Elliott) to watch out for her, and you know how that will go. Lucinda is attracted in Gerold and he is the one she is going to go after. Since her mother is insisting she marry Lord Quonton she has to come up with a plan to have him fall in love with someone else and finds the perfect candidate.

  23. 5 out of 5

    MDM

    This novella in Ella Quinn’s “Worthington” series is a light, and light-hearted read. Lucinda and Gerald are a well matched pair, which is apparent to everyone but their parents. They both like to ride, get up early in the morning, and they both admire intelligence (not necessarily in that order of importance…) At only a little over a hundred pages, we really only have time to meet them and the background characters (who are familiar to readers of the other Worthington books), and watch them fal This novella in Ella Quinn’s “Worthington” series is a light, and light-hearted read. Lucinda and Gerald are a well matched pair, which is apparent to everyone but their parents. They both like to ride, get up early in the morning, and they both admire intelligence (not necessarily in that order of importance…) At only a little over a hundred pages, we really only have time to meet them and the background characters (who are familiar to readers of the other Worthington books), and watch them fall in love. I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Nancy Ku

    I'll Always Love You (The Worthingtons, #5.5) by Ella Quinn ....Great job Ella...I loved this story and as always hated to put it down... Thanks to the publisher and #NetGalley for letting me preview it. This is Gerald (Earl Elliott and Lucinda's brothers best friend) and Lucinda's(getting her first season after her fathers death) story.... Her mother wants to arrange a marriage for her to get things over with... Lucinda wants her season and to find a love match... Gerald is helping her brother I'll Always Love You (The Worthingtons, #5.5) by Ella Quinn ....Great job Ella...I loved this story and as always hated to put it down... Thanks to the publisher and #NetGalley for letting me preview it. This is Gerald (Earl Elliott and Lucinda's brothers best friend) and Lucinda's(getting her first season after her fathers death) story.... Her mother wants to arrange a marriage for her to get things over with... Lucinda wants her season and to find a love match... Gerald is helping her brother watch over her and the man her mother picks is not to her liking.... This is a fun adventure to get the their HEA and I am looking forward to BELIEVE IN ME which will be Phineas and Augusta's story.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Suzette

    Ella Quinn has a totally unique style of writing that is like laying around on the sand listening to the waves. It is just that soothing and calming cadence. Lucinda and Gerald’s story is filled with wonder and happiness. They are both cheerful and vivacious people that enjoy similar activities and perfectly complement each other. They make great friends to others and look out for their best interests. As they spend time together and fall in love, it was good to see the ladies take the bull by t Ella Quinn has a totally unique style of writing that is like laying around on the sand listening to the waves. It is just that soothing and calming cadence. Lucinda and Gerald’s story is filled with wonder and happiness. They are both cheerful and vivacious people that enjoy similar activities and perfectly complement each other. They make great friends to others and look out for their best interests. As they spend time together and fall in love, it was good to see the ladies take the bull by the horns and declaring themselves to the gentlemen.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Jill

    Enjoyed the book. It was well written and entertaining in that it revolves around Lucinda and her desire to learn more about Gerald, Earl Elliott. Gerald is on the hunt for a wife and Lucinda is coming to think they will well suit each other. As Lucinda’s brother asks Gerald to help keep an eye on her during her first season he is starting they are well matched. There is s HEA but there is a lot that happens first. I would recommend this book as a good read.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Jo (Mixed Book Bag)

    This is a sweet story that has four interesting main characters. There is some tension, no bad person, and cute solutions to the one problem. The problem is how to get around two mothers who want to arrange a marriage between their children. Of course the children have other ideas and that drives the plot in the story. Fun to see the Worthington again. I received a free copy of the book in return for an honest review.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Angela

    I adored this story. We have seen Gerald previously and bless his heart, he just cannot catch a break. This story reminds me of old Hollywood movies where the characters try their hand at matchmaking to avoid their own parents matchmaking schemes. A very cute story of Lucinda and Gerald. Note that this is a novella and works right into the Worthington world. I received a complimentary copy from the publisher through NetGalley.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Maudley

    Although I have not read all the previous stories of the Worthingtons, I really enjoyed this giveaway novella. The story flowed evenly, the characters were charming and the dialog witty. Also, Ms. Quinn gives enough information about previous novels so the reader is not lost, but does not "spoil" them by going into too much detail. I look forward to filling in the blanks!

  30. 4 out of 5

    Alice

    Basic, Classic Plot Nicely written with good characters, but little tension and plot. Basically they fall in love, nice, her Mother objects though we never really know why, and with a little fineggaling they marry. There's no danger, strife, real misunderstanding or unhappiness. The heroine is quite clever and knows what she wants and thus she gets it.

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