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  • The Husband Hunt!

    Imagine, unbeknownst to you, your parents set up a competition with thirty eligible bachelors to win your hand in marriage. Willow Dupré is shocked to find out that is what her parents have done—and marry one of them in six months’ time. It is the bachelorette meets 1882 high society, with some crazy twists! Unusual for a female at that time, Willow has helped her father run their profitable sugar company, with the idea she would be in charge someday. But his serious health condition is forcing him to retire in six months, and the board of directors refuses to work with a woman. If Willow doesn’t have a husband by then, they will lose the company. How can she get to know any of them well enough to marry? She discovers some of the men in the competition are spies to get newspaper stories, others are there to destroy Willow and her family. Because of that, she finds herself in dangerous situations. How can she tell who is trustworthy? Additionally, the stress of the competition causes some of the men to crack and behave badly. Others truly do love Willow, but she doesn’t feel the same, and is put in the position of breaking their hearts. This was a good read, with lots of excitement, along with surprising danger and suspense. The author took the bachelorette subject, made it fresh, not predictable, and kept you wondering how it would turn out. It is a clean story with a Christian viewpoint. I recommend this 5-star book to those who enjoy romantic tales with a twist! Bethany House Publishing has provided Tickmenot with a complimentary copy of, My Dear Dupré, for the purpose of review.

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  • Regency Romance

    My Dear Miss Dupre by Grace Hitchcock is the first book in her American Royalty series. Willow Dupre has six months to choose a husband from the thirty suitors competing for her hand. Can she find true love and someone to help run her father’s sugar refinery within that time frame? If not, her cousin will sell his shares to the competition. This story started out with so much potential. Willow wanted what was best for the family business and was willing to go along with her parents’ wishes even though she wasn’t comfortable with the competition. There were things that the author put in the story that you know would have never happened in that time period; which kind of ruined the book for me. The story ended too fast and we were not part of the wrapping up of all the loose ends. They were just finished. We were told about them in a couple of sentences. All in all I don’t think the story lived up to the hype. I received this book from the publisher for my honest review.

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