The Arrangement (Harlequin Historicals #389)
Publish date: July 16th 2011
Pages no: 297
Edition language: English
Billed as a regency novel this feels more Victorian, but it could be in any period in the 19th century which was one of the main flaws of the novel. Once the plot of Jonathan pretending to be his half-wit half-brother is put aside it's quite a fun read. Nothing earthshattering but a sweet romance ...
Everyone has a Harlequin phase, right? Right?So here I am reviewing another book for the heck of it, because I happen to love this book, a most unforgettable romance from Harlequin, among the hundreds of formulaic romances I read which I promptly forgot the moment I picked up another book.It's a cla...
The plot was interesting, but I had a difficult time finding anything about the hero or the heroine that I liked until close to the end. I am glad that I stuck with reading the book though.
I read this book by an author I had become a fan of after reading The Wicked Truth, and I was struck by the uniqueness and the beauty of this romance. Jonathan is considered an idiot savant because of his incredible abilities as a composer but his lack of social skills. Knowing this initially, I wa...