AN INCONVENIENT BEAUTY Hawthorne House, Book 4 by KRISTI ANN HUNTER

  Genre: Regency Romance 
Publisher: Bethany House
Date of Publication: September 5, 2017
Number of Pages: 384
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Griffith, Duke of Riverton, likes order, logic, and control, so he naturally applies this rational approach to his search for a bride. While he’s certain Miss Frederica St. Claire is the perfect wife for him, she is strangely elusive, and he can’t seem to stop running into her stunningly beautiful cousin, Miss Isabella Breckenridge.

Isabella should be enjoying her society debut, but with her family in difficult circumstances, she has no choice but to agree to a bargain that puts her at odds with all her romantic hopes—as well as her conscience. And the more she comes to know Griffith, the more she regrets the unpleasant obligation that prevents her from any dream of a future with him.
As all Griffith’s and Isabella’s long-held expectations are shaken to the core, can they set aside their pride and fear long enough to claim a happily-ever-after?

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TOP FIVE PLACES I’D LIKE TO VISIT

Guest Post from Author Kristi Ann Hunter

 I was born in Texas, but I didn’t get to stay there. By the time I was twenty, I’d also lived in Louisiana, South Caroline, Ohio, and Georgia. Moving homes wasn’t the only thing I did, though. I was blessed with parents that liked to and were able to travel. We went to amazing places while I was growing up but there’s still a lot of places I would like to visit one day.

Here are my top five someday travel destinations.

  1. All Fifty States

I’ve been to a lot of states. Thirty-five of them to be exact. One day, I hope to have visited them all. Some I’d like to visit again because I was barely there long enough to get some dirt on my shoes, but I can at least say I’ve been there.

  1. Scotland and Ireland

I’ve been fortunate enough to visit England and it’s high on my list of places to go back to, especially for research purposes, but I’ve never been to Scotland or Ireland. The pictures I’ve seen of those areas are breathtakingly gorgeous and I’ve always been a sucker for castles and ruins. Besides, I could just in a local cafe and listen to them talk all day. The accents are captivating.

  1. Australia/New Zealand

Australia is different. There’s no two ways about it. Since I started writing I’ve met people from there. Hearing their stories and seeing their Facebook pictures, along with all of the other movies and pictures I’ve seen of the area, just makes me more and more fascinated with the place. They’ve got cool accents as well.

  1. Holy Land

I’d love to walk where Jesus walked, see the places mentioned in the Bible, gain a better understanding of the people and area where those life-changing pages were written. I got a small taste of this when I was able to visit Rome. Walking around in the Forum, seeing wheel ruts that were carved while Jesus walked the earth, going down into Paul’s cell. There was something incredibly moving about actually standing there.

  1. Arctic/Scandinavia

This is really more that I’d love to one day see the Northern Lights. Videos and pictures of that natural light show have always fascinated me. Seeing it in person, maybe even sleeping in one of those glass-roofed cabins and watching them before I fell asleep would be incredible.

What’s your favorite place you’ve ever traveled to so I can add it to my someday list? 


Praise for An Inconvenient Beauty:

“With the latest superbly written installment in her Hawthorne House series, RITA award-winning Hunter once again proves she has the key to inspirational-romance and traditional-Regency readers’ hearts as she gifts them with another gracefully executed love story that delivers all of the richly nuanced characters, impeccably researched historical plotting, and sweet romance they could ever crave.”
Booklist
“The final book in the Hawthorne House series brings Hunter’s saga to a sigh-worthy conclusion. These family members have become like real people, and although readers will celebrate that the characters have found love, it is bittersweet to say goodbye. The plot moves briskly, yet the romance never feels forced. The period details are, as always, charming, and entrench the reader in the culture and traditions of the era.”RT Book Reviews

 

“Hunter’s final installment in the Hawthorne House series will delight those already invested in the series as well as any reader who enjoys stories set in Regency-era England. . . . As the London Season plays out, secrets are revealed, past loves return, and hearts align—despite a fair amount of underhanded conniving–to create a fitting finale to the series and a lovely addition to the Regency genre.”Publishers Weekly starred review
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Kristi Ann Hunter graduated from Georgia Tech with a degree in computer science but always knew she wanted to write. Kristi is the author of the Hawthorne House series and a 2016 RITA Award winner and Christy Award finalist. She lives with her husband and three children in Georgia.

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