About the Book
Can she find the strength to heal the wounds of her past–and open her heart again?
A widow at just thirty years of age, Rose Finlay is determined to put all ideas of marriage and family behind her and pursue an independent life. But when she notices a young woman about to be led astray by a roguish aristocrat, bitter memories from her past arise, and she feels compelled to intervene. The unintended consequences of her efforts will ultimately force Rose to reexamine her life in a new light.
As the guardian of his two widowed sisters’ financial and domestic affairs, John Milburn carries heavy responsibilities for a single man. But he’s faced with his biggest challenge when his headstrong niece falls prey to the attentions of a powerful man who could ruin both her and her family.
When Rose and John join forces to protect his niece, they put everything they hold dear–including their growing attraction–in jeopardy.
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In My Opinion
Jennifer Delamere concludes her Love Along the Wires series with a widow, a businessman, and a young debutante who is headed for trouble in Holding the Line.
Rose, a widow who had a less-than-ideal marriage, is perfectly content working at the post office and spending time with her friends. But when she overhears a conversation between a young lady and a man she knows is not so reputable, she’s uncertain how to proceed. Then she meets the young lady’s uncle and is given the opportunity to chaperone the girl.
Delamere gives readers a slow-burn romance where the main characters become friends and love gently blooms between them before they even realize what is happening. This was my favorite book in the series and a wonderful note to end on.
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