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    Not her best book.

    This book is not one of Mary Balogh's best by far. It is quite boring actually and none of the characters are fully fleshed out. It's not enough to make an age disparity the central theme of the book.
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    Mary Balogh’s Someone To Trust

    Family Christmas festivities are taking place at Brambledean Court after the wedding of Viola and Marcel. The author mixes the past and present effortlessly so any reader new the series will be able to catch up with all the characters and happenings. Colin Handrich, Lord Hodges is a twenty-six year old, very eligible bachelor. He is attending since his sister, Wren is holding the festivities. Elizabeth Overfield, Alexander’s Sister and Wren’s sister-in-Law is a widowed woman who is thirty-five years old. Colin and Elizabeth develop an undeniable chemistry between them. But the ton frowns upon a relationship between an older woman and younger man. This is a very lovely story of what it means to truly love plus the sacrifices we make for those we love. It shows how a true love can transcend the gossip of lathers. Written beautifully and packed with a lot of emotion. I volunteered to read Someone to Trust. Thanks to Penguin’s First-to-Read Program for the opportunity. My opinion is my own.
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    A Difference in Age

    Balogh has written a compelling story about the problems ensuing, due to a reluctance to accept feelings because of age differences.
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