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    Entertaining Romantic Historical!

    Lady Caroline takes the lead, as the Wilde sister to be tamed! She's used to riding horses astride, wearing pants and wants to join the hunt. She's independent and doesn't wish to marry and conform to a husband's dictates; but her father wishes her to marry a peer! Adrian arrives to apply for the estate agent position He hasn't title nor money, but he's the first man to affect Lady Caroline! Entertaining, laugh aloud romantic historical! Enjoyed revisiting Sherrington Manor and all it's quirky cast. Romance, mysteries, secrets and well written characters equals an enjoyable read! I voluntarily read an ARC of this book thru Netgalley and the publisher for an honest review.
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    Strong heroine proves love is everything

    Caro has been allowed to run a bit wild. She is an excellent horsewoman who wants to ride with the men in a hunt. Marriage would mean an end to that. Adrian comes into her life, shows tenderness to a boy he does not know, and tries to help manage the family money. Curiosity and lust pulls Caro to Adrian, and she loses her heart. There are some ups and downs, misunderstandings and good intentions throughout, enough to keep me reading. When Caro took the chance of giving up everything she cared for, I rooted for her to be right. I recommend this story and the series. I received a copy of this story through Netgalley, and this is my unsolicited review.
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    Loved this wild lady!

    Lady Caroline Wilde is the second daughter of the Duke of Sherrington and a little bit of wild child. Caro would rather spend her days riding her horse, sitting astride, wearing britches instead of wearing fancy gowns. When Caro realizes that Gus, her sister's eleven year old stepson was missing after his horse came back alone, she goes out looking for him in the rainstorm. She finds him knocked out and tries to lift him. All of a sudden a man appears and offers help. Adrian Crosby can't understand why these young boys are out in the rain getting into trouble until he quickly realizes that Caro is no boy! That scene was so fun. Turns out Adrian is coming to Sherrington to interview for the new Estate Agent position and a new attraction is formed. As Caro and Adrian spend more time together their attraction begins to grow even more. Caro doesn't want to be a proper lady, she'd rather just be herself....turns out Adrian enjoys her just how she is! I love the connection these two had from the beginning. They both genuinely liked each other for whom they actually were. It was a crazy ride these two went on to get to their happy ending but it was a really great story. I loved how different Caro was from other London ladies and I really enjoyed how hands-on and hard working Adrian was.
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    Not your average historical romance

    Caroline and Adrian are the perfect match....unfortunately society has a different idea of a perfect couple. I loved the wildness of the story, the bucking against an unfair system that puts people into their different classes and never allows for a crossing of the classes without the threat of banishment from their graces. Caroline may have been born a Duke's daughter but she never let that stop her. I loved her determination and her strong mind that refused to accept her place, refused to be put into her place and smile graciously. She's such a strong character and needed an equally strong partner to bring all the brilliance out and Adrian was up to the challenge.
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    Unbridled passion and love!

    I loved the characters of Caro and Adrian. They were very vivid and wonderfully developed. I could clearly see the two of them in my mind's eye. And what a funny picture that sometimes was. Caro was the way I love my leading lady to be: strong, independent, determined, smart, sassy, brash, bold and didn't take any guff off of anyone. She did as she pleased and be darned the consequences. But, you glimpse the softer side of her, when the book opens with her trying, while in a torrential rainstorm, to rescue her young nephew who has been thrown from his horse and lies unconscious in a ditch. Adrian is the tall, handsome stranger who stops to help her out. Their chemistry is immediately evident. But, at this point, Caro has no idea that Adrian is there to interview for the estate manager's position... and, turn her world upside down... beginning with wanting to plant crops in the fields where she rides and trains her prized mare. And, so a battle with Adrian ensues. Adrian is an honest, kind, compassionate, upstanding, educated man that is, unfortunately, also an illegitimate son of a peer of the realm. Although he is wildly attracted to Caro, he feels that he is too far below her "station" to ever have any kind of life with her. And, thus, he tries his best to avoid her amorous advances... which only makes Caro more determined in her pursuit. I loved that they don't jump right into bed on page 2. There is a smoldering build up that is almost akin to a courtship -- a very antagonistic courtship, but a courtship nonetheless. I love the way that Adrian ultimately shows his love for her by showing that he cares about what she cares about. (Any more than that would spoil it for you.) I am ready and eagerly waiting for the next in the series. *I received an ARC of this book from NetGalley & Random House - Loveswept in order to read and provide a voluntary, unbiased and honest review, should I choose to do so.
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