Lady Emma Whitton has decided it's time to take her future in her own hands. She has been in love with Viscount Heathfield since she was in leading strings. Unfortunately, it's been almost that long since she's laid eyes on her brother's old friend and vice versa. Tired of waiting for him to remember her, Emma pens a holiday invitation (in her brother's hand) to Heathfield and waits as patiently as she is able for her one true love to arrive.
Heath isn't quite certain what to make of the very strange summons he received, but his curiosity is most definitely piqued. He heads north to Danby Castle, only to find that his very orderly life is about to be turned upside down.
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Yes. It is a very quick, short, fun read. The story is entertaining. There is romance, and humor in the story. Also a little mystery. Even though the story of Emma's twin sister was not told in this book, I read between the lines and felt like something was going on with her.
Emma was my favorite just because she was young and foolish and did things without thinking them through and then had to deal with the consequences of her actions! There was a lot of humor in her character.
I always remember the story a lot better and longer if I hear it instead of just read it.
Since it was a short read I was able to read it through in one sitting.
My first book by Ave Stone and I enjoyed it!
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