So because the only thing I can do for like 2 weeks now is to read, here you have another book review! Enjoy!
In this captivating new Regency trilogy, bestselling author Ella Quinn picks up where her beloved Worthingtons series left off, as three Lords of London discover true love at last…
Handsome, rakish, incorrigibly flirtatious—Fredrick, Lord Littleton, is notorious. Lady Adeline Wivenly is resolved to keep him at arm’s length during her first Season—until she overhears another woman’s plot to trick him into marriage. Even a rogue is undeserving of such deception, and Adeline feels obliged to warn him—only to find herself perilously attracted…
In the past, Littleton’s charm nearly got him leg-shackled to the wrong woman. Now he’s positive he’s found the right one, for Adeline is everything he wants and needs in a wife. Her sense of justice is so strong she agrees to help him despite her mistrust. But can the ton’s most elusive lord convince the lady he is finally serious about marriage—as long as she will be his bride?
The story– 4,5/5
Setting of the book– 3,5/5
Main Hero– 5/5
Smexy Times?– Yes
Overall – 4/5 stars
Littleton and Adeline’s story was beautifully written, yes it’s started a little bit slower than I would like, but it didn’t ruin the story. I liked the family dynamic we got to see (the matrons were the best). This is a sweeter story than I anticipated. Littleton is very kind and charming, very sweet and considerate. Nothing “rake” about him at all. The whole story we get to see from three points of view- Miss Adelaide,Lord Littleton, and Lord Anglesley. It was a really big surprise for me, but it did give the story another interesting layer. So basically we get a love triangle, but regency style.
If you want something sweet, to read before bed and really be transported to the regency era than this is for you!
I voluntarily read and reviewed an Advanced Reader Copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own
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FAVORITE QUOTES FROM THE BOOK
If you ask me, he shoulda paid more mind to what she was saying early on. Took him too long to make out that she weren’t the right lid for his pot.”
She had used the word “we.”
“I need to find a gentleman to dangle in front of Miss Hanson. He should have a title.”
“Nothing like sacrificing your fellow man,” Turley said with feeling.
“He has no desire to marry.“ Her tone was sharp and bitter. “But he will make a lady think she is his sun, moon, and stars.”
In other words, a rake.
“I wonder if she will have to wait to be asked, or if the fact that she is a duchess enables her to propose to the gentleman,” Miss Hanson said.
Lady Bellamny quickly put an end to that speculation. “The only lady allowed to propose to a gentleman is a queen or a princess.”
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