THE UNRULY CHAPERON
During her first Season, Tilda found her first love…or at least she thought she had. She’s deeply hurt when the man she fell for proceeds to throw abusive words at her. Seven years have passed since then, and as a chaperone Tilda attends a party hosted by the duke who has proposed to her cousin. The moment Tilda sees the duke’s face, she grows pale. It’s the man you hurt her all those years ago!
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- Interesting 4
- JAB 03/17/2015 5 people found the following review helpful
I liked the hero and heroine. They just go through a maze to get to a happy ending. I liked the heroine because she has sassy attitude and a good backbone, especially against her horrible aunt and uncle. Forcing her into a marriage was the cruelest and probably the best thing that they did to her. She just told them off of her opinions so openly that is was funny to read. It ticked them off pretty good. I liked how she tried to look from both sides of a situation like when her cousin rejected the proposal from the hero. She is brave and caring mother to her daughter. We see that. The hero does come off as man who jumps to conclusions and sticks with them till evidence of a reason comes to light. I did like his ideas on how to handle the poaching situation. That was one of my favorite parts with the heroine. They would make good lawyers. I also liked how he comforted the heroine's daughter when her mother was hurt and unconscious. It was really sweet. I still despise the heroine's uncle, trying to beat the heroine when she is recovering. I was happy to know that she fought back. I liked the falling resolution of the story on how they lead to confessing their feelings to one another. It was an interesting and fun story to read.
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