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Very enjoyable story of enemies to lovers. Peregrine Butler was a Duke, until he wasn't, and everything in his life changed. Imogen Bates is the Vicar's daughter in the small shire where Peregrine spent his summers. Peregrine was not nice to Imogen when they were children and she has not forgotten. Their journey to forgiveness, understanding and love is very entertaining and at times humorous. Looking forward to reading more in this series.
I quite enjoy Sophie Jordan's style of writing. She's an excellent writer, drawing you into the world she's created, drawing you along the strands of plot.
I found this book a little uncomfortable to read and came to realize that enemies-to-lovers plots are just not for me. The writing is so strong that I finished the book with optimism. If you like the trope, check this one out. If not, try one of the author's other books!
I loved the enemies to lovers relationship between Imogen and Perry in this book. This was a fast, fun, low angst, steamy read. I liked the character growth of Perry, at first he’s not the most likeable but definitely grows on you. And by the end you are definitely rooting for Perry and Imogen. For her part, Imogen has her flaws (as everyone does), but you can tell she truly cares for her father and the people of her village.
I highly recommend this book to anyone looking for a fun, steamy romance with lots of great banter.
I’m very conflicted with this book, because I thought it was good it kept me entertained and it was a fun easy read that’s why I gave it 4 stars but I had a very big problem with the supposed heroine, in my point of view her actions towards the H were more of a villain than an h. She might have been good to everyone else but to him she was awful, I don’t believe that her excuse was a valid one, so when he was young he said something mean and hurt her feelings really is that a reason to try an ruin someone’s reputation? I don’t think so. I thought Perry was a much better Pearson than she was, so when he was a Duke he was top lofty well da ……. He was a good guy and to be able to forgive her and move on after what happened to him, well he certainly is a much better person than me 🤪😂😂 I recommend you read it and see what you think of her
This book was a banquet of all the best things for which Sophie Jordan excels...and then some! Of course it's sexy-hot. Of course it's humorous and witty. And of course you will absolutely sigh with happiness at the end. I absolutely DEVOURED these words from start to finish!
A story of being on top only to fall to the bottom, from being a duke to being a illegitimate bastard. It took that happenstance to show him that he wasn't cut out to be a duke, didn't like having his life mapped out for him. He began to enjoy his freedom of choice and to fall in love with an unexpected person. I'm glad they found their HEA. I highly recommend this book! 👍👍👍👍❤❤❤❤
I honestly don’t review enough books. I was completely shocked that this book didn’t have five stars. The characters were completely charming. They main guy did have some perfect fairy tale life and that made you like him more. Would definitely read again.
Sophie Jordan has always been one of my favorite/go to authors. However, while this book was good it definitely wasn’t one of her best works. It was hard to like the main characters and even the ending seemed a bit rushed. All in all, it was still a nice story.