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  • Delightful romance!

    While this story lacks the spark and intensity of the first book, it still delivers a wonderful romance between a headstrong young woman and a rule-following young man. Charles has his reasons - very good reasons - for always adhering to proper rules of society, but Serena seems to have been born just to test his patience and resolve. I enjoyed the slow-burn of their romance, how their friendship gradually turned into more, and how the author pulled out all the stops to demonstrate the emotional depths of her subjects. The HEA was solid, if a bit cliché, and I truly loved all the assorted characters throughout the story. If you've read the first, you don't want to miss this one. I'm looking forward to reading more from this author. I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book,

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  • Friends to Lovers

    Say You’ll be My Lady by Kate Pembrooke, book two in The Gilded Age Heiresses series, is a friends-to-lovers and opposites-attract tale about two people figuring out where they belong. This story takes a deeper look into the minds and hearts of Charles, a proper gentleman who lives by the rules, and Serena, who seems born to break the rules. Despite a strong magnetic attraction and sizzling chemistry between Charles and Serena, the secrets they are both hiding from their past gets in the way of anything more than friends happening between them. In addition, Charles strongly believes that Serena is above him in class and stature, causing him to deny his feelings for her. Add in a homeless, foundling, Jem, who Serena and Charles bring into Serena’s home, and you have an enjoyable tale of two people who have a lot to overcome. Ms. Pembrooke wrote a friends-to-lovers and opposites-attract story filled with parental pressure, respect, passion and romance that should not to be missed. She provided a tale rich with respect, chemistry, wonderful banter, and secondary characters to give Serena and Charles a happy future together, along with Jem. I highly recommend Say You’ll be My Lady to other readers. I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book

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