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  • An amazing heroine

    All Ursula ever wanted was to fit in. She is a banking heiress who is also Jewish. Being from the most wealthy family in Delaware should give her an in to society but she is too outspoken. It's not England, but the discrimination is still there. While trying to get her childhood friend to marry her, another man overhears and offers to become fake bethrothed to get away from his parents. John Thaddeus “Jay” Truitt, a reformed libertine, belongs in society and can provide an open invitation to all the parties and soirees. All Jay wants is to get away from his family, his position, his past. When things become more than fake, will their love survive? Jay has secrets that he has never shared and secrets that are killing his family. So many hurts. Will Jay prove worthy of Ursula? I loved the story line. There were stories inside the main story. It entertains but tackles some tough subjects that are relevant today. I enjoyed it very much. Strong, sassy heroine, sympathetic hero. I received this book from Net Galley and Carina Press for a honest review. The opinions are my own.

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  • Jewish Heroine

    I liked the Jewish heroine and the background of Jews in the USA. The hero was interestingly flawed (opium addict).

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  • Enjoyed it

    You get so many stories of 19th century romances set in England that it is really interesting to see one set properly in America, while avoiding the usual North-South divide. The Jewish heroine and supporting characters really give this the hook that sets it apart from being Just Another Romance.

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