England's Perfect Hero
Lucinda Barrett's best friends ended up married to the men to whom they delivered their 'lessons in love'. So Lucinda decides to choose someone who definitely needs lessons, but someone who will not complicate her life. And that person is definitely not Robert Carroway. Robert is nothing if not... show more
Lucinda Barrett's best friends ended up married to the men to whom they delivered their 'lessons in love'. So Lucinda decides to choose someone who definitely needs lessons, but someone who will not complicate her life. And that person is definitely not Robert Carroway. Robert is nothing if not complicated, and though he is the brother of a viscount, he rarely goes about society, and finds the weather and hat fashions ludicrous subjects for discussion. Robert is attracted to Lucinda's unpretentious ways, her serenity and her kindness. When she chooses someone for her love lessons, Robert offers to help her deliver her lessons, but sets out to convince the woman he has fallen for to take a chance on love ... and on him.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: February 24th 2004
Pages no: 374
Edition language: English
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Historical Fiction
, Historical Romance
, 19th Century
, Regency Romance
Series: Lessons in Love (#3)
This was an interesting read for me. I don't usually like a book if I cannot feel the chemistry between the characters, which is true about this book, but I read it to the last line and followed its rather developed plots to the end, which is also a new experience with an Enoch book. I was happy to ...
** spoiler alert ** Wonderfully written.Robert, who is very emotionally and physically scarred after enduring 7 months of captivity and torture at the hands of a French General, proves to be one of the best written heroes I've read. It was so good of Suzanne Enoch to allow Robert to heal by his own ...
5 stars for the hero alone, who is beautifully written, 4 stars for the heroine and their relationship. 3 stars for the rest of the story, and 1 star for the way the villain of the story is obvious practically from the start, pretty much eliminating any element of suspense from the story.The quotati...
This is my favorite of all Enoch's books. Bit and his personal journey back into the light is so wonderful to read about. If you haven't already, I highly recommend you read this.