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  • An Unexpected Love

    He had been left at the altar on his wedding day. Yes, the talk would begin about "jilted Viscount Kendall being left at the altar. How would he survive this agony?" But he somehow made it through and they even had the breakfast celebration since there was so much food that would go to waste. Afterwards, as Jon sat his mother's solarium, Miss Emma Ellingham found him. She had been sent by his mother to bring him back to the last of the guest and make sure he was not too despondent. She lived with her sister and husband and were next door neighbors to Jon. Her heart hurt for him in having been jilted and could tell if affected him greatly. She had her own experience of unrequited love.. Since it had seemed her love of drawing had left her. Fast forward and these two come back together. He has been working on an invention and Emma wanders next door and unexpectedly comes upon him in a workshop and sees what he is working on. She is so amazed she only wants to begin drawing it but Jon sends her own her way. Then the journey begins! Emma and Jon end up in his workshop when they are caught out in the rain and everything starts happening! Murder, suspense, longing, attraction and eventually sparks fly between these two! I really enjoyed this story and need to go back and read the rest of the series! Don't miss it!

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  • okay

    This is my first book by Adrienne Basso, and man did I feel lost. I am used to not having to read every book in a series to know whats going on. Most books will have a short summary but this one did not, it was also hard to read as large pieces of the story were told out of order; at least that's how it felt reading it. I just couldn't get into the book for the first half. I stuck with it and it was a decent love story, nothing too crazy, and was believable. It has dual pov, which is something I like, as it gives you insight into both characters mind sets. I loved the playful banter between the hero and heroine. overall it was an okay story, but I know it would have been so much better if I had read the previous two stories.

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