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  • A Whodunit Historical Romance

    This book is a little confusing, but it is supposed to be. Let me explain. To gain an inheritance from their father, both Fitzhenry brothers named their daughters Mirabella. That way if the inheritance was left in name to one, they both would inherit. With me so far? It is because these two are both named Mirabella that the surviving Fitzhenry brother is able to fulfill his gambling debt by offering his niece’s hand in marriage instead of his much prettier daughter. So, Mira is off to marry a man she’s never met. A man who has been accused of murdering his last fiancé and two other women. Nicholas, Viscount Ashfield, is scarred and expecting to scare his fiancé away within five minutes. He is a very solitary sort, but Mira is an unexpected delight he welcomes into his life. The two keep saying to themselves one or the other will call the whole marriage off, but as the days go by and they try to figure out the mystery of the slain women, they fall in love. Watson has a great gift for storytelling and weaves a brilliant mystery in the love story of Mira and Nicholas. I loved that I was guessing who the villain was throughout the story. I was sure five different people were the murderer at different points, but in the end only one was finally revealed. While this story was released in 2013 and I don’t see any follow up written by this author, I truly hope she will give her readers another wonderful historical romance mystery in the future. I received Once Upon A Wallflower for free. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

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  • Once upon a wallflower

    Good story, liked the story and the characters rang true.

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  • Charming

    A charming read, ONCE UPON A WALLFLOWER held my interest from beginning to end. I enjoyed watching the romance unfold between the two main characters as they worked to solve the mystery woven into the plot. Watson captures the historical time period nicely, and I look forward to reading more of her work. Disclosure: I received a free copy of this book.

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  • Great Gothic Mystery

    What's not to love about a Gothic romance with a brooding hero and mystery of murders thought to be by his own hand? Not much and this one embodied it all around! An arranged engagement to a lord of the peerage, Mira hopes that he will call off the wedding. Nicholas really does not want to marry, after all, why would she want to marry a man accused of murder? Surely she will call it off herself. But as fate would have it, they find they actually like spending time in each others company and start feeling attraction. So as the wedding draws near, neither call it off. Mira is determined to stop the rumors and innuendo that has been circulating the Ton and prove him innocent. But will she end up in the same manner? This was an enjoyable romance with the mystery underlying and I really like these two characters! This is the first book I have read by this author, but hope to read more!! I read this through NetGallery

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  • Lovely.

    I loved it even though it was a bit too restrained. I love my hero and heroine to be a bit more effusive and explicit in their love for each other. But that's a minor quibble. Lovely book.

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