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Publisher's Summary

Shy and timid Lenora Wilton has spent most of her life either behind the keys of her beloved pianoforte or in the shadow of her younger sister, Cassie. But when Lenora decides to travel to Bath to live with her Aunt Gwen and teach music at an all-girls' boarding school, she begins a journey of self-discovery that leads her to a surprising romance. Lenora must decide if she is willing to risk her heart for a chance to love and be loved in return.

©2018 Josi S. Kilpack (P)2018 Josi S. Kilpack

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The follow up I had hoped for

This book could be read on its own, but will be more meaningful if you read "The Vicor's Daughter" first, as Lenora is a main character in that book.
This book was thought provoking and clean, a good mixture of romance and life experiences. The author well understands different personalities and temperments, so the characters are believable. The reading is excellent. One can always tell who is talking.

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Sweet.

Sweet story. I had a problem with the narration. it lacked energy in parts. I didn't care for the male voice.

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It’s alright. First one was cuter

It took me a couple weeks to finish, not a page turner, but it’s cute.

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I felt very antagonistic toward the main characters!

I was surprised that author, Josi Kilpatrick, wrote such a depressing story. I couldn't identify with Lenora or Catherine, and I hated Aiden's woman "friend"! How could he ever befriend such a horrible, uncompassionate, self-centered woman?! It was an inconsistent story in that way. Lenora had no spunk or spirit about her, but was a blubbering, fearful blob. I forever was disgusted with her for her fear-based choices! I would not recommend this book to anyone but a psychologist!

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Wonderful proper romance

I thought this book was a very good follow up to the vicars daughter. The characters were good, the story was good, and I really liked the elements in the book.

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Some characters are just too annoying

Honestly, the little girl in this story is so awful that I can’t seem to get through it. I’m sure at some point she turns into Shirley Temple, but she was just written too terribly to be redeeming.

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Charming

I so loved this book. Love books with musicians. I so love flawed characters who learn to love themselves as well as others. The main characters are wonderful. So delicious. More please.

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Mousy Heroine

The heroine in this story was so insipid I couldn’t even get through the first chapter. She might get better as the book goes on but I didn’t have the patience for it.

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Wonderful!

A sweet, lovely story! Excellent narration. I will definitely enjoy listening to this one again!!

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I enjoyed it

I actually enjoyed the story (and I loved the narrator). The lower rating is only because at times the plot (main character’s reasoning) went a bit too far and was not convincing.
But I very much liked the chemistry between main characters - I think it was very nicely built and I works really well.
Overall - it was nice and light reading (with only occasional eye rolling) - perfect for summer holiday