Enchanting the Earl by Lily Maxton #BlogTour #Review

She’s the last thing he expects to find…
Title: Enchanting the Earl
Author: Lily Maxton
Genre: Historical Romance
Release Date: 17/04/2017
Series: The Townsends #1
Publisher: Entangled Publishing, Scandalous
Llynmore Castle is the only place Annabel Lockhart has ever considered home. For years, she’s been able to live as she wished, freely roaming the wild moors. Now there’s a new earl, as arrogant as he is handsome, and he wants her out. But if he thinks she’ll go quietly, he’s in for a surprise.
Theo Townsend returned from war a changed man. After unexpectedly inheriting an earldom and a secluded castle in the Scottish Highlands to go with it, he thinks he’s found the perfect place to hide from the world—until he arrives to find a spirited, beautiful woman already in residence. He can’t just throw her out, but surely there’s a way to get her to leave on her own. The sooner she’s gone, the better, especially when he realizes there’s more than just mutual dislike between them.
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Theo was wounded in the war and seeks sanctuary in the secluded castle he inherited. When he arrives, he learns Annabel has already taken up residence there. He can’t throw her out and she won’t leave quietly. Is it possible there could be more than mutual dislike between them?

I really enjoyed this story. Theo isn’t your typical hero even for historical romance and it was nice to see the diversity that comes with an injured hero. Annabel is so spunky! Her antics to get Theo to leave were funny at times and it was interesting to see how far she would go. I really liked being able to see the relationship between these two grow and change. I’d highly recommend to any historical and/or romance lovers out there.

Rating: 4 stars
Lily Maxton grew up in the Midwest, reading, writing, and daydreaming amidst cornfields. After graduating with a degree in English, she decided to put her natural inclinations to good use and embark on a career as a writer.
When she’s not working on a new story, she likes to tour old houses, add to her tea stash, and think of reasons to avoid housework.