Pining for Lord Lockhart – Review

by Jen Geigle Johnson

ASIN : B08TV55VQ9
Publisher : Kings Row Press (April 1, 2021)
Publication date : April 1, 2021
Language : English

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Charity watches each of her sisters make plans to marry, one by one, and she is overjoyed for their happiness, but she doubts she will ever feel much of the same. She is busy in her causes, in her book groups, in her thinking bluestocking ways, but she has a secret. And no one knows, not even the man himself. But through all of her forward thinking ways, she is pining for Lord Lockhart.

Lord Lockhart is the wealthiest man of any of their acquaintance. He recently received yet another inheritance when an old eccentric uncle passed on and he seeks for ways to use his money responsibly. Charity is a good resource for him in this regard. And he just might have secrets of his own where she is concerned.


I have been looking forward to Charity’s story since beginning this fun series of sisters. I always liked how different she was. She doesn’t care what other people think, and if there is a cause she believes in, she makes sure things happen. I felt like Charity lost some of the personality I love in this book. While she still cared about her causes, she got too caught up in shallow things.

Wilfred (yes Wilfred – not Andrew) was always there for Charity in previous books but hadn’t declared himself yet. In this book we find out why.

Wilfred has such fond childhood memories of growing up near the Westchester family. When they come to him for help, he is too good and noble to turn his back on them. However, helping them could put his relationship with Charity in jeopardy.

One of the things I love the most about the hero and heroine is that Wilfred doesn’t just support Charity, he believes in the same things she believes in. I love the way they worked together and how excited they got about their projects.

I also liked seeing the small appearances by the Standish sisters. This book is part of a series but can easily be read as a standalone. I can’t wait for Grace’s story!

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