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    Unexpected enjoyment from unexpected love!

    Catherine Forsythe and her sister need to marry a fortune, or at the end at least one of them must. The girl's are living in near poverty thanks to their late father's mismanagement. They are invited to a country house party by the Dowager Duchess of Carlisle, who knew their aunt as a girl. With a plan set in place the ladies set off to find their husbands. You know what they say about best laid plans.... The Duke, Stephen, hates his mother's parties and assumes people only care about him for his title. When he bumps into Catherine in the gardens that he is so passionate about he pretends he is the gardener to avoid detection. He allows this ruse to continue as Catherine and he get to know one another and feelings develop, despite Catherine's frank admission that she's trying to marry a fortune. Stephen, and others at the party, do their best to make her see that a fortune doesn't guarantee happiness. I loved this story, even with Stephen not respecting her wishes of space. That is something that usually puts me off a hero. I've loved all of Hern's heroine's so far, I find them all very endearing. As usual I read this story very quickly, it was so hard to put down!

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