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    Two delighful stories running parallel

    Two love stories, running parallel and interconnecting from time to time, the adventures in love of best friends Alistair Comber and Gabriel Wellingham put a smile on my face and even a giggle every now then. Although both their situations were unusual for the times, they nevertheless rang true and I could relate to all the characters. Alistair and Lady Julia had me wondering when Julia's wager would be discovered. Emotionally broken Gabriel is drawn as if by a magnet back to the place where he once felt comfortable and accepted for whom he was. Sarah is a refreshing character, warm with a kind heart, borne out of having to survive losing her parents and fighting for herself. She is not without friends though, and other members of the inn watch her back and protect her. As the book rushes to an interesting ending, Gabriel's mischievous mother takes the initiative in ensuring her son's future happiness, whilst Julia's mother also puts her oar in to bring her daughter's happiness to a happy ending. Despite the two stories switching from chapter to chapter, I didn't get confused and was able to keep the characters separated in my mind. This book is part of a series but is nevertheless a standalone, and comes to a really good ending for the two best friends. I received this book for free from eBook Discovery. I voluntarily post this review. This is my honest review.

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