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She thought he was the perfect man for her daughter, until she fell in love with him herself.
Sir Joshua Stiles wants nothing more than to fill the hole in his heart left by his wife's death, but it seems that women are more interested in his fortune than in himself. Cynical and ready to renounce all females, he is none too pleased when his sister invites her dear friend to visit for the Season.
Having survived a joyless marriage, Genevieve Breckinridge has no romantic expectations. In coming to London, she hopes only to cure her daughter's Gothic fantasies. But Sir Joshua seems always to be at hand, either to witness Genevieve's most mortifying moments, or to make himself so agreeable that she wishes she had not given up romance.
When her daughter develops a decided tendre for Sir Joshua, however, Genevieve suddenly realizes where her own heart lies and must make a painful choice. For what loving mother could (or would) play rival to her own daughter?
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- Cachito Lindo
Delightful. A definite re-listen
I purchased in read a paper copy, and loved it. However-- having a native Brit actress narrate this book, took it to a whole new level. The characters were brought into sharper focus. Clare Wille captured Judith Everett's humor and wit woven through out the book.
Judith's meticulous study of regency times and the locations is evident in her writing. There are scenes and scenarios with historical elements cleverly intertwined in the telling of the story. I often felt it was written during those times.
If I were an influencer I would unabashedly promote this audiobook and the paperback book.
If you are a regency era book lover and you want a light delightful book to read or listen to, this is an excellent choice.
I listened for the second time. so fun to catch different details. loved it just as much, if not more.
Great traditional regency romance
Great story beautufully rendered. recommended to heyer, kingswood, barbour, and Harrison readers who appreciate clean stories
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