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SHE WAS A SIMPLE COUNTRY MISS--CAUGHT UP IN A WORLD OF DANGER AND ROMANCE! Zoe Grainger arrived in London for a Season under the auspices of her dreadfully vain and disagreeable sponsor, Lady Clara Buttershaw. But even the awful Lady Buttershaw could not spoil Zoe's chances for love, especially when a chance encounter threw her in the way of Lieutenant Peregrine Cranford. An SHE WAS A SIMPLE COUNTRY MISS--CAUGHT UP IN A WORLD OF DANGER AND ROMANCE! Zoe Grainger arrived in London for a Season under the auspices of her dreadfully vain and disagreeable sponsor, Lady Clara Buttershaw. But even the awful Lady Buttershaw could not spoil Zoe's chances for love, especially when a chance encounter threw her in the way of Lieutenant Peregrine Cranford. And as love embraced Zoe, so did danger. For when Zoe discovered that her brother had become the target of the nefarious League of Jewelled Men, she courageously endeavored to protect him--and the man who had come to claim her heart. . . .


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SHE WAS A SIMPLE COUNTRY MISS--CAUGHT UP IN A WORLD OF DANGER AND ROMANCE! Zoe Grainger arrived in London for a Season under the auspices of her dreadfully vain and disagreeable sponsor, Lady Clara Buttershaw. But even the awful Lady Buttershaw could not spoil Zoe's chances for love, especially when a chance encounter threw her in the way of Lieutenant Peregrine Cranford. An SHE WAS A SIMPLE COUNTRY MISS--CAUGHT UP IN A WORLD OF DANGER AND ROMANCE! Zoe Grainger arrived in London for a Season under the auspices of her dreadfully vain and disagreeable sponsor, Lady Clara Buttershaw. But even the awful Lady Buttershaw could not spoil Zoe's chances for love, especially when a chance encounter threw her in the way of Lieutenant Peregrine Cranford. And as love embraced Zoe, so did danger. For when Zoe discovered that her brother had become the target of the nefarious League of Jewelled Men, she courageously endeavored to protect him--and the man who had come to claim her heart. . . .

54 review for Never Doubt I Love

  1. 4 out of 5

    Linda (not getting friends updates at this time)

    I understand why Ms Veryan titled this historical romance NEVER DOUBT I LOVE because I would have...doubted the love. Zoe Grainger and Lieutenant Peregrine 'Perry' Cranford first met when his friends threw his foot (yes, I said foot: that is, an artificial foot) over a hedge and it landed near the young lady. Did I mention the foot had painted toenails, each with a different color? Did I also mention that Zoe had a recent scare concerning stories with amputation so her frame of mind wasn't at it I understand why Ms Veryan titled this historical romance NEVER DOUBT I LOVE because I would have...doubted the love. Zoe Grainger and Lieutenant Peregrine 'Perry' Cranford first met when his friends threw his foot (yes, I said foot: that is, an artificial foot) over a hedge and it landed near the young lady. Did I mention the foot had painted toenails, each with a different color? Did I also mention that Zoe had a recent scare concerning stories with amputation so her frame of mind wasn't at its best? Zoe morphs from a common-looking tomboy into a plucky, honest-to-a-fault pretty heroine ready to help those in need. Perry lost a foot in the war and, at times, his temperament matches his pain. He is a crusty fellow, more often than not. The romance is very slow-going; meanwhile, Ms. Veryan will entertain you with cats 'adopting' dogs, tall wigs falling off heads and a peg-leg among other things. Blast!, Zounds! and Jupiter! are common modes of expression. And let us not forget those traitorous Jewelled Men whom seem to be lurking everywhere. Just who can Zoe and Perry trust, except each other? Doubt thou the stars are fire; Doubt that the sun doth move; Doubt truth to be a liar; But never doubt I love.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Tweety

    This series gets better and better! Here we have Lieutenant Peregrine Cranford, a man who lost his foot in the war and his fiancée into the bargain as she couldn't abide his peg foot. When he first meets the Miss Zoe Grainger there's a dreadful misunderstanding, she thinks he is a sawbones and he sees her as a screeching wench. When they are properly introduced later both are displeased to find they must keep each other company for the rest of the day as Perry shows Zoe the sights of London. The This series gets better and better! Here we have Lieutenant Peregrine Cranford, a man who lost his foot in the war and his fiancée into the bargain as she couldn't abide his peg foot. When he first meets the Miss Zoe Grainger there's a dreadful misunderstanding, she thinks he is a sawbones and he sees her as a screeching wench. When they are properly introduced later both are displeased to find they must keep each other company for the rest of the day as Perry shows Zoe the sights of London. They soon find they were both mistaken in each other and a friendship blooms. The League of the Jeweled Men see in Perry and Zoe a chance to bring about their châtiment quatre, on the band of men who have been thwarting their well laid plans. With Zoe safely under Lady Buttershaw's eye they can find out where strike next. By the time Perry believes his friends Falcon, Morris and Furlong, and realizes the League's threat, Zoe has her own ideas of how to trip up the league, and nothing Pretty does will stop her. This book was quite amusing and I found it a bit more exciting than the first books since know some of the League adds to the suspense of what will happen next. The ending surprised me, and I would never has guessed the big reveal. I'm very curious about the last book. I recommend this book as part of the series, not on its own, although it would still be enjoyable as a standalone, you will not know who to trust. PG Some swears, some fighting and a bit of shooting.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Christa Schönmann Abbühl

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Soooo cute! That ending.... I laughed really hard when he said „you‘re just... like my mother“ :-) Peregrine and Zoe are lovely, they both seem very young to me. But in a good way. The romantic arc is great fun, with the hilarious misunderstandings in the beginning. Love the adventure and the many twists in this one. The secrets, and the way Zoe, who sees herself as timid, confronts her fears. Perry, like many of the heroes before him, has an abundance of temper and pride, but he is special in tha Soooo cute! That ending.... I laughed really hard when he said „you‘re just... like my mother“ :-) Peregrine and Zoe are lovely, they both seem very young to me. But in a good way. The romantic arc is great fun, with the hilarious misunderstandings in the beginning. Love the adventure and the many twists in this one. The secrets, and the way Zoe, who sees herself as timid, confronts her fears. Perry, like many of the heroes before him, has an abundance of temper and pride, but he is special in that he swings out of his bad moods really quick, and is willing to see the funny side most of the time. I love the scene where he gets super angry with Morris and leaves, and only minutes later comes back, and begs forgiveness. It is great to see the bad guys are not all male. It is only right that some of the brains behind the evil plot(s) are women. Poor Furlong... And Falcon, who only appears for a few (if pertinent) scenes, digs himself deeper into his hole by not understanding about love and stuff. He‘ll learn. The hard way. On to the next book in my reread, and the last one in this series.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Misfit

    Only one more left to go in the series. Can't wait for Falcon's story :) Only one more left to go in the series. Can't wait for Falcon's story :)

  5. 4 out of 5

    Mela

    This book had the best romance amongst all previous parts of the series. At least I loved it the most. There was a bit of P&P. Zoe reminded me also a little of Hero from Friday's Child. And Cranford was so 'my type of hero' that I could easily forgive that Falcon appeared only after sixty percent of pages. It is really amazing how smooth is reading Veryan's stories. And first of all, it is very engaging and entertaining. I am very anxious to read the last part of series. If you long for longer rev This book had the best romance amongst all previous parts of the series. At least I loved it the most. There was a bit of P&P. Zoe reminded me also a little of Hero from Friday's Child. And Cranford was so 'my type of hero' that I could easily forgive that Falcon appeared only after sixty percent of pages. It is really amazing how smooth is reading Veryan's stories. And first of all, it is very engaging and entertaining. I am very anxious to read the last part of series. If you long for longer review read e.g. Tweety's review. PS. I want so much a separate novel about Owen Furlong...

  6. 4 out of 5

    Rebekah

    I remember not being overly impressed with this one, although I apparently did give it 5 stars. But upon the re-read, it is now one of my favorites. I didn't remember a whole lot about it so there were plenty of surprises and suspense along the way. I loved Zoe. She was just such a normal girl. It made me both fear for her and like her all the more. Piers was very lovable as well: What relief to have an uncomplicated hero. Most of the time for me, a little angst goes a long way. The romance betwe I remember not being overly impressed with this one, although I apparently did give it 5 stars. But upon the re-read, it is now one of my favorites. I didn't remember a whole lot about it so there were plenty of surprises and suspense along the way. I loved Zoe. She was just such a normal girl. It made me both fear for her and like her all the more. Piers was very lovable as well: What relief to have an uncomplicated hero. Most of the time for me, a little angst goes a long way. The romance between them was sweet, and did have some tension. They went from hostility to friendship in a believable and delightful way. Of course I knew where it was going but how would true love finally be revealed? **bit of a spoiler** The characterization of Clara Buttershaw was just a treat. She goes from comical (Veryan's version of Lady Catherine de Bourgh, and to me, just as brilliant a portrayal) to scary and sinister. The other villainess(s)are not scary or comical, but I viewed her with suspicion and unease from the beginning. There were plenty of thrills and chills, Suspense, humor, and one of the better romances. Also, the setting stayed put. Sometimes parts of her road adventure novels get a bit tiresome. It barreled to a rousing climax that really paid off. In addition it had a lot of participation by our beloved continuing heroes and heroines, though I wish Gwen Rossiter had played a role. I am relieved that people in high places are taking Rossiter’s group seriously. It finishes with some loose ends getting tied up, a little tragedy, and an endearing and very romantic proposal. I will be going forward right away to the conclusion of our saga, The Mandarin of Mayfair. I can't believe I don't remember who the squire is!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Diane Lynn

    I'm loving this series of books. This installment furthered the story of those dastardly Jewelled Men and also introduced some new characters. Now I'm off to the last in the series and it looks like it's Falcon's story! I hope Gwendolyn gets more story time. I'm loving this series of books. This installment furthered the story of those dastardly Jewelled Men and also introduced some new characters. Now I'm off to the last in the series and it looks like it's Falcon's story! I hope Gwendolyn gets more story time.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Kam

    3.5 stars for a slow start but got better towards the end.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Saadia Y

    5 worthy stars! This was definitely my favourite of the series so far! It was full of anticipation and excitement, twists and turns plus revaluations, some shocking, some expected and one in particular that made me hysterical! Zoe is a country girl born and bred with the habit of blurting out exactly what's on her mind. When she's taken from her home by the dragon that is Lady Buttershaw, who terrifies her staff and has a creepy obsession with August Falcon, she finds a friend in Lieutenant Cranf 5 worthy stars! This was definitely my favourite of the series so far! It was full of anticipation and excitement, twists and turns plus revaluations, some shocking, some expected and one in particular that made me hysterical! Zoe is a country girl born and bred with the habit of blurting out exactly what's on her mind. When she's taken from her home by the dragon that is Lady Buttershaw, who terrifies her staff and has a creepy obsession with August Falcon, she finds a friend in Lieutenant Cranford who she did not have the greatest start with. When they start unwinding clues about why she's actually been taken to live there and how her brother might be in danger, things take a turn and Cranford must enlist the help of his friends to help them out of a deadly trap. Cranford and Zoe seem very young compared to the male and female protagonists from the previous book. Their romance develops subtly because neither one of them believes that the other actually likes them in that way. There's an innocents to their relationship and Cranford is alway asking himself what would someone like Falcon do in his situation. All in all, this was a great story and as this was the penultimate book in the series, I'd expect nothing less! I'm glad I'm finally going to get to read Falcon and Gwen's story and see how the league are brought to justice, but unfortunately that also means the end of a great series!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Lady Susan

    O.k. This is one of my favorites in this particular series. I just love Perry and Zoe. They have some great banter and there is a lot going on in this book.

  11. 5 out of 5

    IreAnne Chambers

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  24. 5 out of 5

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