TEN THINGS I LOVE ABOUT YOU
Rating: 5 Cups
Annabel Winslow is in need of a husband to save her family. Unfortunately her grandparents have ungraciously decided that she should marry a man who once courted her grandmother.
Sebastian has a secret he keeps from his family and an Uncle who would rather see him dead. A rogue, by societies definition, he has never once felt the need to take a wife, but Annabel makes him feel things that he never felt for anyone else.
Annabel must marry rich, which Sebastian is not, no matter how he makes her quiver. Sebastian has done Annabel a bad turn and in order to make it up to her he must pretend to court her. What are they to do when pretend becomes reality?
The dialogue of Julia Quinn is not to be missed. I found Sebastian to be an excellent character with a gift for gab and looks for the ladies. The best scene in the whole book comes towards the end during a dinner where Lade Millicent has seated next to Sebastian and the woman is incredibly deaf. Julia Quinn provides outstanding entertainment along with exquisite romance that would move any romance fan to tears.
Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More