The Best Intentions
Publish date: June 1st 1999
Pages no: 224
Edition language: English
Series: Country House Party (#2)
Like often, the praise for this claimed this would be like Georgette Heyer. It was not. It was a nice and sweet romance, a good and entertaining read. But it was nowhere in Georgette Heyer spheres. I will definitely check out other novels by this author, but it is significantly different from th...
Enjoyable romp about an archaeology nerd totally not courting and kind of accidentally falling for an Earl her older sister had set her cap for. I especially enjoyed the Saxon architecture bits, and how natural her nerdiness about old churches felt. Her interactions with the kids played out well too...
Books that genuinely make me laugh--repeatedly--will almost always get 5 stars from me.
Too similar in plot to Mary Balogh's "An Unacceptable Offer" - the widower with 2 small daughters and the plain heroine who figures she's unworthy of him when compared to her beautiful and sophisticated cousin/sister. But the execution of the story is not even close (in quality) to Mary Balogh's ach...
[Read for Fantasyland: Round 1]I liked it, it was an enjoyable book. I was going to go for a rating around 3.5 stars but I read it quick and all at once so I rounded it up. It's a sweet historical romance so don't go expecting a life changing book - I imagine it's more of an easy-read, one you'd cho...
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