There is information out – if no cover yet – for the seventh book in Mary Balogh’s Westcott family series (even though the sixth book is not out yet), and I am SO excited about it.
I’ve said numerous times how great it is that Balogh’s curent series has such an amazing lot of leading characters, ranging in age from just out of girlhood to grandparents. I thought the fourth book – Someone to Care – was pretty revolutionary, but I think #7 – Someone to Remember – will be even more so.
The heroine of this one is an older spinster character who has been a bit of a family joke throughout the series so far. It was only in book #5 that we got a glimpse of a woman who missed her chance at happiness, and I actually commented on it in my review.
Here’s the description for Someone to Remember:
It’s never too late to fall in love in this enchanting new novella in the Westcott series from New York Times bestselling author Mary Balogh.
Matilda Westcott has spent her life tending to the needs of her mother, the Dowager Countess of Riverdale, never questioning the life of solitude she has spun for herself. To Matilda, who considers herself the ageing spinster daughter, marriage is laughable–love is a game for the young, after all. But her modest, quiet life of order unravels when a dashing gentleman from her past reappears, threatening to charm his way into her heart yet again.
Charles Sawyer, Viscount Dirkson, does not expect to see Matilda Westcott thirty-six years after their failed romance. Moreover, he does not expect decades-old feelings to emerge at the very sight of her. When encountering Matilda at a dinner hosted by the Earl of Riverdale, he finds himself as fascinated by her as he was the first day they met, and wonders if, after all these years, they have a chance at happiness together. Charles is determined to crack the hard exterior Matilda has built for over three decades or risk losing her once again…