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Julia Quinn has excelled herself in this book. The stiff upper lip of the English Male aristocracy meets with the wiles of a beautiful and delightfully deceptive woman. One of them will marry her but which one remains to be seen. So many other diversions along the way. Read on and enjoy as the pages turn beneath your fingertips.
Totally different style. Kept me guessing what was going to happen all the way, I totally enjoyed the whole story couldn't stop til I got to end to find out the story end. Highly recommended this book. Bare in mind it is a 2 part book .what I mean is there are two books in this series
I am usually a Lisa Klepas fan but after reading one of Julia's books I was hooked! Her plots are predictable but funny. The dialogue between Blake and Caroline in this book is really amusing. Enjoyed it from start to finish. Can't wait to start book 2 which I presume is about James.
The plot is a bit far fetched but Caroline is one of JQ's funniest heroines and my personal favourite. She is adorable. Blake, although not the usual "JQ" rake is just as witty as her other heroes, but much more moody because of his broken heart. Caroline too has had a tough life. They both deserve to be happy and make an excellent pairing. I also love James and can't wait to read the next book "How to Marry a Marquis" to read his story. Special mention to Perriwick the butler as well. I simply love him.
Blake blames himself for his fiancée's death, and has convinced himself that his heart is dead. When he mistakes Caroline for a beautiful spy and takes her prisoner he doesn't realise what is in store for him. It's by turn funny and dramatic.