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The Earl Claims His Comfort

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Hurrying home to Tegen Castle from the Continent to assume guardianship of a child not his, but one who holds his countenance, Levison Davids, Earl of Remmington, is shot on the road and left to die. The incident has Remmington chasing after a man who remains one step ahead and who claims a distinct similarity—a man who wishes to replace Remmington as the rightful earl. Re ...more
Published September 16th 2017 by Black Opal Books
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J. W. Garrett
“The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy.” Martin Luther King, Jr.

Book two in the Twins Trilogy follows book one: Angel Comes to the Devil’s Keep: 5-stars

I love this story-line. The first book ‘Angel’ set the groundwork and established names, relationships and the tone of this series. At first, I bogged a bit with reading of the higher circle of society because of the many titles and nam
Carole (in Canada)
Sep 29, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: Regency, romance, mystery
If you are looking for adventure, mystery and romance, then look no further than Regina Jeffers' Twins Trilogy. "The Earl Claims His Comfort" is Book 2 in the series and is just as compelling as Book 1 "Angel Comes to the Devil's Keep".

As the book description states, the Earl of Remmington has been ordered home from the Continent to be guardian to a child that is not his. Little does he know he is coming home to a trap filled with danger, deceit and an elusive man claiming to be him. His one tru
Joana Starnes
Nov 28, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Another enthralling mystery by Regina Jeffers. At the heart of this story, and quick to capture the readers’ heart too, is the Earl of Remmington (Rem to his closest friends). Quick to capture the readers’ heart, that is, if he hasn’t claimed it already, in ‘Angel Comes to the Devil’s Keep,’ as the forlorn third in a love triangle inevitably does.

The handsome and loyal Lord Remmington has had his fair share of heartache, and then some. His first love married another while he was on His Majesty’s
Oct 09, 2017 rated it it was amazing
I got an ebook version of this to review but I ended up purchasing the print book based solely on my love for Angel Comes to the Devil's Keep, the first book in this trilogy. It was money well spent. It is a book that can stand on its own but I recommend reading Devil's Keep first to give you more swoon for your time. You will fall in love with Remmington once again who is recovering from violence to his person at the beginning of this book and heartbreak from the previous one.

We meet Comfort w
Vikki Vaught
Apr 05, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
The Earl Claims his Comfort is a wonderful Regency and a joy to read. Ms. Jeffers uses a masterful touch in giving this sweet romance an authentic feel of the enchanting period of English history. I want to thank her for gifting me with a copy of this lovely story.

Comfort Neville's character is delightful. Her love and care of the little girl, Deirdre, touched my heart. She's truly a nurturer, and that comes through in all her dealings, whether it's with the child, the servants or the earl. She
Kasia Burlakoff
Sep 23, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: september-2017
I enjoyed the second book in Trilogy, which follows 'Angel Comes to Devil's Keep, though it may be read as a standalone novel. It's very well written, with well developed characters and a plot full of twists and turns. There is plenty of adventure, a mystery, kidnappings, attempted and successful murders. I loved chemistry and romance between the main characters. Miss Neville was a very likeable, compassionate and resourceful young lady, who didn't just wait to be rescued. She and Lord Remington ...more
Frankie Reviews
Sep 23, 2017 rated it it was amazing
This is book two in ‘The Twins Trilogy’ we have picked up where we left off in the previous ‘Angel Comes to the Devils Keep’ this time we are focusing on Remmington – who I have to say I have been really looking forward to reading his story since we first met this intriguing man in the previous and I have to say that Ms Jeffers has not disappoint where it comes to this man and this story. This is such a fabulous story, it isn’t just your stereotypical historical romance this is something else it ...more
Mary Ann
Sep 18, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This novel follows, "Angel Comes to the Devil's Keep" and is full of adventure, suspense, romance and full of surprises. It is well written and will keep you reading and doesn't want you to put the novel down. I started reading it when I got home from church and only stopped to change clothes, eat and read it til I finished it. It was well past midnight when I finished it because I couldn't go to bed til I knew the ending.
There were new characters added to it and I had to keep them straight in m
Oct 09, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
The Earl Claims His Comfort

The Earl Claims His Comfort is book 2 in the Twins Trilogy. I fell in love with the characters while reading Angel Comes to Devil's Keep and wanted to know more of the Earl of Remmington. I left quite satisfied! I enjoyed the revisit from Lord Malvern and was fun to encounter characters from The Realm Series. Mystery, intrigue and don't forget the romance. This could be read as a stand alone, but I would encourage starting at the beginning as to not miss out on another
Sep 20, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
A Really Good Mystery

This book is another great regency sleuthing adventure from Regina Jeffers. It tells the story of the Earl of Remington, and the imposter that is trying to take his place. It is the second book book in a series of three, but it is not necessary to have read the first book to fully enjoy this one. There are lots of twists and turns in the tale. I loved that some of the characters that are part of Regina's the Realm series are present in this story. If you have read the Realm
Sep 25, 2017 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
In 1820 England, while Comfort Neville and the child Deirdre Kavanaugh await the arrival of the Earl of Remmington back to his home from abroad, he arrives within sight of his home only to be shot at and wounded. Soon it is discovered that there appears to be a man who wishes to replace Remmington as the rightful earl.
This enjoyable mystery with characters that I like can be read as a stand-alone story but I look forward to the third of the trilogy being published so that I can re-read all three
Linda Carroll-Bradd
I thoroughly enjoyed this tale of mistaken identity set in the Regency period. What would a person do if someone acted in his or her stead through the act of impersonation? The characters were well-developed and sympathetic, tugging at my heart in their attempt to find the right path to each other.
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Regina Jeffers, an award-winning author of historical cozy mysteries, Austenesque sequels and retellings, as well as Regency era romances, has worn many hats over her lifetime: daughter, student, military brat, wife, mother, grandmother, teacher, tax preparer, journalist, choreographer, Broadway dancer, theatre director, history buff, grant writer, media literacy consultant, and author. Living out