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Posted February 27, 2013
Seraphina (Sera) Miller has known life as the poorest of the poo
Seraphina (Sera) Miller has known life as the poorest of the poor. Sera has been given the opportunity to be groomed into a lady at Waywroth Academy. Sera is every inch the lady in Fletcher Thomas's eyes. Fletcher has been secretly given Sera the opportunities she wouldn't have otherwise. Fletcher and Sera knew each other as children but Fletcher has never forgotten her. Sera hopes to get a job at Waywroth Academy as one of the teachers. When Fletcher learns of Sera plans he moves to change them fast. Fletcher hopes to make himself suitable to society by going legit. He's been working hard to make that happen but he's missing something valuable Sera. Sera sees the disaster that Fletcher's home is in and moves mountains to fix everything that is wrong. Sera helps Fletcher see how out of control things are in his home. Rick Raverst doesn't like the idea of Fletcher going to legit. He especially doesn't like Sera because of how she influences Fletcher's behavior. Fletcher has be trying to get into Lord Linsley's railroad consortium for a very long time. Fletcher surprises Sera with her mother's locket and touch by his thoughtfulness. Will Sera let Fletcher into her heart? Can Fletcher admit his feelings and dreams to Sera? What does Rick Raverst fear? Will Lord Linsley admit Fletcher into the railroad consortium? What is special about the locket? Your answers await you in Wayward One.
Wayward One is the most aptly named book title I've seen in a while. From beginning to end this book rocked as a page turner that you had to know what happened next. I was constantly telling myself just one more page and chapter through out the whole book. Historial romance novels have always been a favorite genre of mine since I could read Harlequin novels. I loved all of the characters presented but I have to admit that Sera's character is my favorite. Sera's personality of having to control everything in her life is so relatable to modern times and families. Every plot point and mystery only added to the fun of reading this book. I will continue reading this genre and author's works. I look forward to the next work presented by this author.
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Posted May 14, 2013
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