The Weston siblings have been blessed with Shakespearean names and an affinity for impropriety. Prepare to fall in love while discovering how the Westons are won.
Handsome, debonair and heir to his father’s title and wealth, Henry Weston leads a charmed life. Women want him, and men want to be him. Even so, Henry wants something more. For that, he needs the help of society’s reigning wallflower.
Diana Merriwether is shocked when Henry proposes a mutually beneficial sham courtship. She can’t resist the opportunity to be wooed by him and, having sworn off love, she’s certain her heart is safe. But when their charade plays out behind closed doors and passions escalate, Diana fears she’s really fooling herself.
Henry is captivated by the fiery spirit concealed beneath Diana’s prim exterior. Before long, he wonders if the woman he never thought he’d want is the one he can no longer live without. Wooing this wallflower may be the hardest thing he’s ever done, but can he tempt Diana to take a risk and love a rogue?
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Was good but a little to long and not enough depth !!
I agree with another reviewer that this book could have benefitted from a "less is more" approach. (When you selfpublish, as the author did with this third book of the series, maybe you are allowed to go on and on.) The bones of the story were enjoyable, though the padding tended to slow its action.
The author tends to go on... I mean really, nobody goes on about their feelings the way these characters do. There's nothing held back in the love scenes, either, which I think would be more compelling if authors would occasionally utilize the forgotten fade-to-black device. I've read much worse, though.