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    A fast paced story, seeing enemies fall in love

    The title of this book captured my attention and ‘Fair Weather Enemies’ proved to be quite entertaining. The Hancock’s and the Ashford’s have been enemies for several generations, but it when the long-standing feud involving the descendants Miss Jane Hancock and Adam Ashford, find themselves working together to save their family properties. Together they begin a hunt for hidden treasure, that will only end with one winner and one loser, left to face ruin, a forced marriage or debtor’s prison. The delicate relationship between Adam and Jane, was well delivered, growing as the storyline progressed. Their characters as well as those of Jane’s aunt and other secondary characters were well developed. I must admit that the romance between the pair could have been engaging, as it was difficult to believe the intensity of their feelings for the other. Otherwise, a fast-paced story which was quite entertaining. I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for my honest review.
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    Great Story!

    London 1816 As Jane and her aunt Hester were walking to the office of Mr Rutledge, when she saw Him. "Jane stared daggers at the familiar man emerging from a carriage not ten steps ahead. Adam Ashford. The mortal enemy. The fountain of all ills." But the money lender was calling in a debt he held for both of them and their estates. He would take Ashford's estate and Jane would go to debtor prison. What? Fortunately as they talked they both remembered some lost gold and letters that all came together.. So they compromised with Mr Rutledge to give them time to find the treasure. I have to say the witty dialogue pulled me in right from the beginning and made me laugh out loud. As their journey began to find the gold, it really was an adventure and kept my interest until the end. A great first book for this author in this genre'!
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    Love and adventure

    This is a story as much about adventure as love. Jane and Adam are enemies who find themselves on a quest together. As they journey and relive the mishaps of their lives they find themselves falling in love. Jane and Adam are both fierce protectors of their families legacy which they are fighting to keep intact. It is fun filled with sprightly conversation as they journey to solve the puzzle.
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