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Posted August 13, 2012
Posted October 28, 2013
What a phenomenal book. I so enjoyed reading about Julianna and Jonathan. Left me wanting more!
Set in Surrey, England 1816 this romantic story is a uplifting and inspiring love story. Julianna Chesterfield is coming to terms with her
younger sister Abby having just been married and leaving her for several months. Only to have Lord Jonathan Denbigh rub salt in a
wound she prefer to kept to herself.
But now Jonathan has been confronted by Julianna's grandmother Lady Chesterfield and put in his place. Jonathan quite enjoys his
bachelorhood. But when Lady Chesterfield gives him an ultimatum, Jonathan loses all rational. Which Jonathan decides is absurd and
will not stand for losing his friend. When Jonathan finally comes to his senses will it be too late. Or will he just walk away and do as he
usually does, find another skirt to chase?
This was such a wonderful read I just hope Harris Channing decides to continue their story in another book.
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Posted August 13, 2012
This is a good read but the plot is nothing new. I did adore the heroine's grandmother and her sage advice, but I felt sorry for Bennett, the suitor not chosen. Hopefully, Bennett will get his own story with a happy ending.
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Posted July 29, 2014
Lady Julianna has been in love with Lord Jonathan Denbigh for awhile now. How could the man not realize just how much he meant to her? Lady Chesterfield, Julianna’s grandmother, doesn’t think he is deserving but she wants her granddaughter happy. She decides to make it her goal to see her granddaughter engaged by the end of the season to one man or another. Will this open Lord Jonathan’s eyes to what has been standing in front of him for so long??
I love books like this. That era seems so interesting to me. This book made it so easy to visualize the setting. It had me hooked from the first paragraph! Great job Harris!