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LORD EXMOUTH'S INTENTIONS
Robina is the daughter of a poor noble family, and this ball is her first and final attendance in the London Season. It's there that the handsome Lord Exmouth gives her a taste of her first dance. When the sweet music and dreamlike moment are over, he invites her to stay at his estate for the summer! This must be a serious invitation with marriage in mind! The only thing is, she's heard he still isn't over his dead wife...
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- a cute victorian romance 4
- JAB 10/01/2016 1 people found the following review helpful
I like this romance a lot because it's set in a different timeline and the hero and heroine themselves are a delight. The heroine is a young but intuitive and mature lady. The hero is older than the heroine but he is charming and no hint of alpha arrogance. I delighted in watching these two grow closer and closer alone and with family like the hero's little girls. I loved how the heroine handled them. I actually also liked the challenges set before this couple's journey of love (the dead wife & this mysterious woman whom the heroine caught hugging the hero and was hugging back with delight *his cousin*). I also know that it's a bit corny, but every once in a while, I like the white knight coming in to rescue the heroine. It is a book worth reading.
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