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    A Wonderful Regency Read!

    I am a lover of all things Regency and An Inconvenient Beauty by Kristi Ann Hunter is my new favorite Regency romance! An Inconvenient Beauty is the last in the Hawthorne House series, but it is a stand alone title. Ms. Hunter captures Regency England perfectly. I enjoyed her ballroom scenes, the house party, and sitting with everyone through afternoon tea. Griffith is the Duke of Riverton and the oldest of his siblings. All of his siblings are married and it is time for him to get married. He has a plan to solve this dilemma and is ready to proceed. Luckily, he has many friends and relatives to advise him along the way. The beautiful Miss Isabella Breckenridge is partaking in her first London season and is quite the success. But her life is not simple as she flirts and smiles her way into the hearts of many to help her family. For me An Inconvenient Beauty more than met my expectations of a wonderful Regency read. The characters are likeable and the plot flows nicely. I loved Griffith since Ms. Hunter's first book in the series and was excited he was able to have a happy ending. I felt transported back to London, England in the year 1815. I highly recommend An Inconvenient Beauty. I received this book from the publisher and was not required to write a review.
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    Regency Romance at its finest

    The author weaves a tale of misdirection, introspection and an unexpected love connection. When I started this book I didn't know this was fourth in a series. Not that it matters a whole lot, but it might have given a little more history on Griffith and his family. But even without reading the first three, the story tells how Griffith came to be the Duke at such a young age and how it has impacted his thought process when it comes to choosing a wife. It was actually quite comical in some ways...men are more logical and don't realize that you can't choose a spouse that way. Isabella has had a quite life in the country and it is only when her father cannot maintain the farm that she is persuaded by her Uncle to help entice men to side with him on a political bill that was important to him to pass. He apparently is not beyond using his niece for a political win. But no matter what Griffith and Isabella think or expect from life, they never thought that they would find their soul mates within each other. It is a tough road for both of them and they fight the attraction that grows with each other but of course do not win. I really enjoyed this story for the time period, how people acted in relationships, the underhandedness of some people (because you have to have some "evil" to round out a story) and for the comedic thoughts and acts of various characters that brought some levity to the time and their situation. Plus it goes to show you can't go looking for love, it is going to find you no matter where you hide!
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    Endearing characters

    This book has a great story line and characters that stay with you long after you're through the story.

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