Annabelle Enchants The Rejected Earl

A Historical Regency Romance Novel

Annabelle Enchants the Rejected Earl

Things in life aren't always what they seem to be...

Lady Annabelle Hathaway’s life is turned upside down when her father declares that he has found an excellent suitor for her, Lord Watson Ashdown.

What he does not realize, is that Watson is cruel and inappropriate for the Hathaway reputation.

But that is not the only problem...

Annabelle did not mean it to happen, but she has fallen for Floyd Brewer, the stable boy who works on her family’s land. 

Or so she believes about him…

He is kind, loving and caring and nothing like the horrible Lord, but he is not a man that her father will find acceptable. 

How will Annabelle get out of her marriage? And what will happen when she discovers that Floyd has some secrets about his real status? 

♥ A historical romance novel full of twists that'll keep you turning the pages ♥

*Annabelle Enchants the Rejected Earl is a historical standalone story of 80,000 words (around 350 pages). No cheating, no cliffhangers, and a sweet happily ever after.

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  • Another book that Hanna has nailed, Annabelle the main character is strong and decided not to put up with being dictated to anymore regardless. Hanna writes in an era that females didn’t have much choice in life and had to listen to whoever supported them. There is always drama, heartbreak, love and Happy ever after, I love this book of Hanna’s you must read this if you love the other books Hanna writes then you will love this one as well.

    • Thank you very much my dear. Your feedback means a lot to me and gives me energy, to write more and better books for you. Love you so much ♥

  • I usually love Hanna Hamilton Regency Romance novels but I could not get into this story. I could not suspend reality to believe a mother would risk her marriage, steal from her husband and conspire with her daughter to elope with a man below her station.

    • I’m sorry the story didn’t work out well with you my dear Mary. Have you read any other books of mine?

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