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    Do Fairy tales come true?

    Lady Abigail thinks she is on the precipice of being the happiest person! Her childhood crush has asked for her hand and she is just getting ready to attend their betrothal ball. She should be happy. Until she sees a couple in the shadows of a dark and deserted hall off of the ballroom. She realizes it is her betrothed and his mistress! She is heartbroken! Sha can not believe he has a mistress. He has asked for her hand and they are supposed to be together. But can she forgive him this as long as it is over? She probably could have until they find the mistress, who happens to be his sister's maid, dead. Abigail is left to wonder what kind of man her fiance really is! She wants to break the engagement but her father and Roberts have been friends for years and he asks her to wait and stand by him until they know the outcome of the investigation. She knows that since he is a peer, even if they find evidence, they may not allow it to become pubic. She must do something on her own! She enlists her particular friend Georgiana and in turn, Georgiana's brother Edmund, The Marquess of Longcroft. Edmund is of an analytical nature and could be very useful in finding out the truth! So they set off to investigate on their own. All the while Robert acts strangely towards Abigail telling her it is none of her business what he does, furthering her resolve to cry off whether he is proven innocent or not. This was a quick sweet read! I was totally engaged in the story and did not want to put it down! The characters were well written and I thoroughly enjoyed the sisters who were Abigail's friends! I hope they play a part in the next stories in the series! The pace was very good and kept me wondering what will happen next! I thought, many times that we were about to find out the truth, but then we didn't and I had to wait a little longer. I like that in a book! Highly recommend this title! And I will be looking forward to the next in the series! *Courtesy copy from Netgalley!*
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    Absolutely delightful!

    SAY YOU’LL LOVE ME is an utter delight: it successfully combines a captivating mystery and an enchanting love story, and fabulous characters. It is the evening of the betrothal ball for Robert Wrexham, Viscount Hinsdale, and Lady Abigail Hurst. They have been promised to each other since they were children, they have known each other forever, but Robert has been away and travelled for several years and he’s changed. While on her way to the retiring room, Abigail sees a man groping a woman who seems rather distraught, and to Abigail’s dismay, it’s Robert and a Wrexham House maid. The following day, the maid is discovered floating on the Thames; she’s been murdered. Abigail and her friends Henrietta and Georgina, sisters to the Marquess of Loncroft, Edmund Townsend, decide to investigate the matter and prove Robert’s innocence, but to do so, they will need Edmund’s assistance. Edmund has always been too occupied with his science and mathematics, but still Abigail’s loveliness does not escape him… I absolutely adored SAY YOU’LL LOVE ME! Ally Broadfield has crafted a story where mystery and romance are perfectly intertwined. The tone is exemplary, the prose unpretentious yet elegant, effective and flowing, and the dialogues are spot-on. There is not one little cliché nor a word out of place to be found anywhere. The characters are very engaging, well fleshed-out, and every little detail serves a purpose; I was completely taken in by the atmosphere created by the author. The relationship between Edmund and Abigail is compelling, and absolutely lovely. Ally Broadfield was a new author to me, and SAY YOU’LL LOVE ME was an extremely pleasant surprise; I will definitely be looking forward to further books from this author! I received a complimentary copy in exchange of an honest review.

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