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  • Wonderful class struggle romance

    This is another entertaining and emotional story from Annabelle Anders. Both Rose and Viscount Darlington (Roman Spencer) were introduced in earlier books in the series so it was wonderful to be able to read their story. Rose was the daughter of a gentleman who had fallen on hard times and was forced to either become a companion to an elderly aunt or seek a position of employment. Penelope, Rose’s best friend, stepped in and offered what she thought was a perfect solution to the dilemma- that Rose become Penelope’s maid. This plan worked for quite a few years but since Penelope’s marriage Rose had felt more of an outsider and just an employee rather than a friend. At a Christmas house party, Rose and Roman cross paths and sparks fly. Roman, however, is the heir to an Earldom and a stickler for proprietary. He does not see a future for a permanent relationship with Rose unless she becomes his mistress. Rose does not want to follow that path. Will either of the two admit to falling in love and will Roman be able to get past the perceived class conflict? I enjoyed the banter in this book and the build up of heat between Rose and Roman but I found Penelope’s oblivion to the problems faced by Rose in her situation a little bit unbelievable. I wanted to give her a good shake when she continued to treat her best friend as an employee in too many situations where she could have been included as either a friend or a companion. Ultimately, the romance works and Anders did a very good job of detailing a class struggle. A very enjoyable read.

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