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  • Awesome

    Really love the story of this book. Highly recommended.

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  • Historical Romance

    The Reunion by Sara Portman Brides of Beadwell #1 Brilliantly told story of an inconvenient that becomes a marriage of convenience….and then…becomes…oh so much more… Lady Emmaline Shaw and John Brantwood, Duke of Worley were engaged…and he disappeared suddenly. Rumors abounded regarding where he might have gone and why leaving Emma to deal with other rumors in the wake of his disappearance. Four years later he reappears as if resurrected from a grave and he is looking for a wife to help him launch his sister into society. In his mind it won’t be his affianced Emma…not until he meets her at a ball and realizes she has the exact temperament to do what needs to be done. Emma puts up a good fight to avoid matrimony as her doggedly pursues her for the first third of the book. Once she realizes there might be benefits to her in marrying John the marriage takes place, the sister arrives (and what a hellion she is), the coaching and coaxing of Charlotte into being a lady begins, a blackmailer appears and more occurs. It takes most of the book for John and Emma to grow into loving one another and then expressing their feelings but in the end a HEA is achieved AND Charlotte finds her place in society, too. This book felt in keeping with the era it was set in. The dialogue, costumes, descriptions, characters, interactions and everything resonated in a way that made me felt I was in the past no reading about contemporary characters acting modernly in a historical setting. It was a very good read and made me want to find each of this author’s books as it is published. Thank you to NetGalley and Kensington Books-Lyrical Press for the ARC – This is my honest review. 5 Stars

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  • Well met

    An interesting tale with great characters, a little scandal and true love, all blended to perfection.

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  • Shallow plot

    Little character development. Difficult to finish. Basically, by the end....I did not care.

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  • Very interesting

    I believe this was my first read of a Sara Portman novel. My enjoyment of this book was due to the character development and the continuing twists to the plot. However, once or twice I felt the story was lagging and the ending left me wanting more. I will seek out more of Portman's novels.

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