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    I struggled with this one

    I didn’t mind the writing but this book had the things I don’t like about historical romances. This book’s main issue between the hero and heroine was the class differences with Sarah being from a modest, but poor family and Seb being from a very prominent, high-brow family. I just get tired of the whole “I have to marry for the advancement of the family, not for love” and the “I’ll never be good enough for him because I’ll destroy his reputation” type tropes. Overall, I like Sarah and Seb but I never really got fully invested in their romance or their story. That being said, they were both pretty likable through out. We’re told a lot that these two can’t stop thinking of each other ever since their one night and that they have this crazy chemistry that they can’t deny, but I don’t know if I really believed it. Sarah acts like love is always important and that she couldn’t marry outside of it but she strings along Prince Christophe who believes they are to be betrothed. She’s also very concerned with her reputation, but it seems like the Prince isn’t doing much for her because he’s slightly looked down upon for being foreign and eccentric.

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