Theodosia has an idea how she wants her season to go. Unfortunately, her father has his own ideas, and they don't coincide. Julian Easton has his own set of problems, and he's put himself in a bind. Thankfully, it ends with happily ever after.
Julian lived a wasteful life until called upon to do a chivalrous deed for his friend. He can’t ignore the injustice he sees, so he steps up to the plate and saves Dosie from being forced to marry a scoundrel. In so doing, he wins her undying gratitude. But Julian soon realizes that he wants more from Dosie than gratitude.
I enjoyed this romance and both main characters. It turns out that by saving Dosie, Julian’s life of wasteful living comes to an end. Now he desires nothing more than to win Dosie’s respect and heart. Will she ever think of him as more than a friend and rescuer?
I thoroughly enjoyed the Easton family. I had not read any of the other books, but wasn't lost with this stand-alone story. The characters were enchanting and fun. I enjoyed their banter. I am hoping to find time to read the other Easton family books now.
I'm giving this book 3.5 stars. Lord Hunting makes a match for his lovely daughter Lady Theadoria. Will she be happy with the match? Or will she come up with her own plan.
I recommend this book.
Although a more of a novella, the author did a good job of g a complete story with no gaps. This introduces the Eason family and has a sweet romantic end
Its a marriage of convenience trope that starts out with two people that know each other.
Good read. Light and easy . Good to read before bed as to have sweet dreams instead of scary nightmares
Couldn't get page 16. It seemed like it just all ran together. And the h was poor with a gambling problem??? What