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    Slightly frustrating...

    Mostly brilliant novel about finding love second time around but the villians are left free to possibly victimise someone else in the future. Which is very annoying when the reader is a person whose dayjob involves supporting victims of domestic violence and abuse. Like me.
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    Margaret's turn

    I have been enjoying this series - as with the Bedwyns, knowing each member of the family draws you in and each one's story is all the better for knowing that family members previously met will still be there. This is the best one yet of the Huxtable series. The previous two books would not have been if it wasn't for Margaret's steadfastness and her love for her siblings that has allowed her two sisters to marry and have their own families. But Margaret's life has been affected by an unrequited love to which she was faithful but he was not and then by the realisation that he is craven and her life would never have known peace or carefree joy if she had followed the drum. Duncan comes into her life at a point where they both need to marry - Margaret to prove that Crispin Dew is nothing to her and because he allowed rumours about her to spread, and Duncan because he must fulfil a promise to his grandfather and to ensure Toby has a home. How they reach their HEA is a tale of someone else's unhappiness and abominations of the natural order of things. Despite any and all rumours Duncan is a man of honour, far more capable of love than even he imagines, and through him Margaret finds the home and safe harbour and love she has been seeking. A fresh take and a journey into new waters where Toby's happiness is not all that matters but is one of them.
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