The Gentlemen of Worth Historical Romance Series, Book 2
December 5, 2011
Fiction / Historical Romance
Rating: 3 Cups
The disappointment of missing her first Season in London is tempered greatly when Lady Charlotte Worth realizes all of the suitable gentlemen for miles around have come to her. In fact, she is quite shocked and worried that she will never be able to live up to the expectations these men have for her.
There is nothing Lady Muriel wants more than to see her darling sister happy, so she takes it upon herself to make sure that the men calling are there for the right reason. One in particular has caught her attention, and if Muriel has anything to say about it, he will not come within ten feet of Charlotte.
The line of men arriving at Faraday Hall seems never ending, and Muriel must come up with a way to weed the bad from the good. The task seems insurmountable, and Charlotte fears she will never be able to make a decision, even with Muriel’s help. There is something about every one of the men that endears them to Charlotte, but only one has really snared her heart.
The sweet tempered and lovely Charlotte is just as darling on the inside as she is on the outside, almost to the extreme. Muriel, on the other hand, is just as ornery as her sister is nice, and I feel her character is much more interesting because of it. She may have some misguided notions about some of the men courting Charlotte, but you have no doubt she does what she does out of love. If you really enjoy the most genteel of romances, and love the regency time period this will be one book to add to your list.
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