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  • square pegs finding each other

    Believe In Me, by Ella Quinn, was originally published in February of 2019. Believe is book 6 in Ms Quinn's series The Worthingtons. I found this story to be about a square peg fitting into a round hole, how people are different no matter how you try to mold them into cookie-cutter images. Lady Augusta Vivers in the one in every family who reads too much, doesn't play sports, is destined to work in a dusty museum basement. Left to her own devices, and supported by her family, Augusta is guaranteed admission to Mensa. She's that darn smart. I like her but...she's not sociable, easy to talk to for normal people, doesn't suffer fools...just tunes them out. I couldn't get close to her. Lord Phineas "Phinn" Carter-Wood is a world traveler, collector, and student of architecture. He's more relatable, as a person. His character knows how to be sociable, he just doesn't want to try anymore. He's being pressured to wed, as is Augusta. These 2 square pegs find each other & that's good, they only match up with each other. No one else would take them on without stifling the spark that makes them unique. In our world of book characters there's always someone for everyone. Their HEA is nice, it had to be, there wasn't any other way for these 2 to be happy at all. #EllaQuinn #BelieveInMe #TheWorthingtons #ZebraBooks #historicalromance

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