At Last Comes Love

Written by Mary Balogh
Review by Rebecca Roberts


Best-selling Regency romance author Balogh introduces a delectable series about a quiet country family—siblings Margaret, Vanessa, Kate, and Stephen Huxtable—who are unexpectedly thrown into the social whirl of the ton.

In At Last Comes Love, five years have passed since the Huxtables first came to town. Thirty-year-old Margaret is ready to settle down now that Stephen is of age and her two sisters are happily married. Uncharacteristically, during a moment of panic, she impulsively agrees to marry the Earl of Sheringford ten seconds after she bumps into him at a ball. Sherry is a renowned scoundrel, having previously jilted a fiancée and run off with her sister-in-law. But he is determined to make this work with Margaret, especially since his grandfather has told him he must find an acceptable bride and marry her within 15 days or lose everything. Despite being full of secrets, lies, and heat, this third in the series resounds with honor and love.

As with all her stories, Balogh has impeccably blended history with memorable and vivacious characters to again provide her readers with a stellar Regency romance series. Stephen’s story, Seducing an Angel, will be a June release.