Noblewoman Chloe is despondent about her imminent marriage to Sir Anthony Chandler, a man she met only once when the pair danced at a ball two years earlier. Desperate to avoid the marriage her father arranged, she and her brother fake a kidnapping, believing that Chloe’s intended will call off the engagement when the rumors start to swirl... But the kidnapper her brother hired turns out to be a real villain! Has Chloe truly been kidnapped?
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I really liked this one. The female lead, bothered me at the beginning because she agreed to get married only to renig on the deal when her soon to be husband came back from war. Of course she didn't bother telling him this, instead she faked her own kidnapping to ruin her reputation without even attempting to understand the implications behind such a maneuver for anyone else. However, she comes to understand her selfishness and actually feels bad about it and changes the way she views things. So in the end I liked her. I also really liked the male lead as well. It was a excellent read, and had good art. I'd happily suggest it to others and will read it again when I get the chance.
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