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  • Long awaited and so satisfying

    Della and Ash have been flitting around the edges of everyone else’s stories for a long time and it turns out to have been intentional. Both are carrying a personal burden that they cannot share with others, even though they love each other deeply. The twists and turns of how they learn they can depend on each other, all while there is no easy fairytale happy ever after was a wonderful story.

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  • Delightful

    A good read. Overcoming mental health issues handled well. Glad the bad guy got his just desserts.

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  • A true delight to read

    I enjoyed this book a lot. Ash is quiet and intelligent, one of the two Dorning brothers who own a popular gambling establishment in London. Delia Haddonfield is the youngest, the smallest, and the darkest of the very numerous, loud, blonde, tall Haddonfields. As the youngest, the quietest and the smallest, she became accustomed to be overlooked - even to the extent of being left behind on some of their family excursions. Except, now her large family has her in their full sights. She has had several seasons with no proposals, and they are anxious about her marriage prospects. Delia decides that a little misbehavior could gain her a nice long soujourn at home in the country, and a respite from the marriage market. Unfortunately, she chooses the worst possible partner and her plan blows up in her face. The scandal is so huge that the family decides she needs to marry in order to regain her reputation. Enter Ash, unmarried, solvent, known to the family and willing to marry Delia. This book was a delight to read. Since the couple already knew each other so well (or thought they did), there was little in the way of courtship. Instead, they got to know each other after the marriage, and discovered they had more in common than they thought. Together they decided that their first social foray as a married couple was to attend a house party - only to discover after they arrived that the scoundrel Delia had 'eloped' with is there with his new wife. I highly recommend this book. Since the couple was married for much of the book, it is a little different than most historical romance where the focus is on courtship, but it is a delightful difference. I received this e-arc from the author who randomly selected several commenters from her website, and am voluntarily and happily leaving a review for this very enjoyable book.

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