Pages no: 302
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Historical Fiction
, Historical Romance
, Regency Romance
, Clean Romance
SynopsisYoung country maiden, Penelope Fairweather arrives in London to stay with the Radclyffs, her goal to catch a husband. However, Penelope is the most awkward of ducklings. She is a disaster magnet, with no polish, a penchant for saying whatever comes to her mind, and a best friend (Lady Bathsh...
I really enjoyed this book.
I love when I discover hidden gems among all the heavily touted releases each month. Sometimes the more quiet books can just capture your imagination with their unique stories and characters that break some of the traditional molds. Penelope takes its country girl heroine and spins her in a way th...
3.5I enjoyed Penelope. The writing kinda reminded me of fairytale type. Which is not a bad thing but it took awhile to get used too. I really hated the duke in the beginning 2/3. He was a complete jerk. He did some okay groveling but a little more wouldn't have hurt. Lol over all it was a good book ...
rating clarification : 3.5 stars " It is monstrously unfair that whenever a girl needs her wits about her, she goes and does something completely idiotic." For sure Penelope is that sort of girl...which only brings some hilarious situations.Now our heroine, is a country girl, and with the aid of th...