Only Beloved (A Survivors’ Club Novel)

From the legendary New York Times bestselling author of Only a Kiss and Only a Promise comes the final book in the rapturous Survivor’s Club series—as the future of one man lies within the heart of a lost but never-forgotten love…

For the first time since the death of his wife, the Duke of Stanbrook is considering remarrying and finally embracing happiness for himself. With that thought comes the treasured image of a woman he met briefly a year ago and never saw again. 

Dora Debbins relinquished all hope to marry when a family scandal left her in charge of her younger sister. Earning a modest living as a music teacher, she’s left with only an unfulfilled dream. Then one afternoon, an unexpected visitor makes it come true.

For both George and Dora that brief first encounter was as fleeting as it was unforgettable. Now is the time for a second chance. And while even true love comes with a risk, who are two dreamers to argue with destiny?

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3 Comments

  1. Favorite in the series I have been a fan of this series since the very first, but I have to say that this final installment is easily my favorite. This is the Duke of Stanbrook’s story. He is the man who brought all the members of the Survivor’s Club together. He was like a father figure to many, older than the rest, and mourning the death of his wife and son. And at 48, George is definitely not the age of most romance heroes, but he was a fantastic one nonetheless. 

  2. Exquisite love story…sigh…just exquisite… Such a splendid ending of a grand series! So often authors slide with the final book of a series but there was no slipping with this one. I was nervous when I pre-ordered this novel ~ it sounded a little lackluster but boy, was I in for a happy surprise! This novel is superb. 

  3. Ah, George… Ah, George… He isn’t as sweet as Vincent, nor as charming as Flavian. He doesn’t have Hugo’s raw, masculine sexuality, but he’s still the total package. Plus he’s a good guy, always trying to comfort and put others at ease. He’s got polished looks and manners, and the sex appeal of a handsome, well preserved, older gentleman. If such a thing weren’t totally embarrassing, I might confess to falling a little bit in love with him. 

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