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    Rising out of the ashes

    Whilst a well written, warm-hearted romance, the agony of the main characters is very evident. Lord Wesley Preston is weighed down with so much remorse and regret that he can barely carry the load. Penny Clearwater has been forced to carry the mistakes made by her parents and because of their carelessness, she is near destitute. Finding that she does, in fact, own a run-down estate comes as a relief, but the feeling is quickly dispelled by the realisation that she has no means of being able to carry out the necessary work to bring it back to life. Wes steps into the breach, and knowing that his one asset is his farming ability, he offers her marriage. Amidst much trepidation, the two embark on a contractual marriage, one that would benefit both of them, but neither takes into account the past that keeps creeping up on them. The plot of this book kept me turning the pages and involved my emotions. I fell in love with Wes and empathised with Penny as they struggled to bring all the pieces of their lives together. I was sorry when the book came to an end as I was totally invested in the characters. I received a copy of this book as a gift and this is my honest and voluntary review.
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    Pefectly Delightful

    "The Art of Dealing with Rouges." A decent name to begin with but Penny and her friends were going to try to put together a book to help young ladies with said rogues. She had her father as a prime example because he had been the worst, gambling away all the money and he left her with a run down estate. Then there was Preston.  A match made in heaven.. wait... was it really? More like a joining of forces to help each other out. At least that was Preston's brilliant idea as he overheard that she had inherited an estate, but it would need much repair to become profitable. He could help her and then that would help him and his estate and farmlands. A great plan! Of course they would get married and work together, but it would be a business arrangement.. Easy... Or was it? Such a perfect story of two people coming together contractually to help each other become profitable. But oh, there was much more to it than that! Loved Preston and all that he had been through and Penny who had endured her fair share of heartbreak. Tammy Andresen never fails to make me fall in love with her characters and create a story that brings a smile to my heart. Oh, and the book they were putting together? You will just have to read to find out!
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    Can a Rake find Happiness?

    Too Wicked to Woo is the second book in the Chronicles of a Bluestocking series. This series starts with the Earl of Dryden book. Lady Chloe, the new Countess of Dryden, suggest to her group of friends that they write a book or chronicle warning young ladies about the ways a rake can ruin them. Penny Clearwater has plenty of knowledge about rakes since her father was one. She saw the hurt and despair he caused her mother. Wesley “Wes” Preston had made a mess of his life after leaving the military and taking up the title of Earl of Preston. He had no money and hoped his friend, Dryden, might be able to help him straighten himself out. After hearing of Penny’s run-down property, he suggests they marry and together improve the property. After some convincing, Penny accepts Wes’s proposal but is still afraid she has fallen for a rake like her mother did. She contributes to the chronicle by writing about her parents’ marriage, but she is worried her marriage is following their path. Can Penny overcome her fear and trust Wes before his past comes between them? I have enjoyed this series and this book is a great addition to it. I loved the characters and could feel their emotions while reading the book. Both Penny and Wes have fears from the past that they must overcome in order to trust each other. I can’t wait to read Lady Annabelle’s story next.
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