The Neglectful Guardian
If nobody wants to support me, I will live on my own! Sarah, an orphan, decides to go on a life journey after cutting ties with her guardian, who she had never seen. As an unmarried, single woman living in nineteenth-century England, she isn’t allowed to take a trip by herself. Pretending to be a widow, she stays at a hotel where she runs into her guardian, Marcus Ravenhurst, who happens to be looking for her. With Sarah doing her best to hide her real identity, Marcus protectively observes her and finds himself enchanted with her young innocence…
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- a new kind of villain 4
- JAB 06/24/2016
The story was fun because the heroine goes off, thinking that she has no money in order to make herself more independent by becoming a tutor. The hero goes off to see her as a detour, even though he is going to meet another woman to propose marriage. When he finds out that she has left, he runs after her but when he meets her, he doesn't recognize her. Well, part of the problem is that she is assuming an alias in order to hide her singularity status because it's not proper for a single woman to be out and walking about. However, because of her writing case, the hero finds out her identity but before the hero can take her back, then heroine sees both a thief and murderer escape. It's fun for the next pages because the hero and heroine ram heads in a comical and victorian way. I also like how they are figuring who the murderer and the thief is. I love the villain because the villain was new and sharp. It was a great book to read.
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