Sweet Disorder

Sweet Disorder

by Rose Lerner
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Sweet Disorder

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Sweet Disorder 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
MADreaderMD More than 1 year ago
Lively St. Lemeston is certainly an appropriate name for the town in Sweet Disorder. There's always something going on in this seemingly sleepy English village! It's election time, and the vote is going to be close. Both sides seem to think that the only way to win is to convince young widow, Phoebe Sparks, to marry one of their supporters and make him a freeman eligible to vote. Will it be the owner of the sweet shop or the miller? The trouble is Phoebe would rather remain single and pursue her career as a children's author. However, circumstances soon make it necessary that she marry one of the men put forth by the Whigs or the Tories in order to gain help for her pregnant sister. Too bad the only man she's really attracted to is Nicholas Dymond, a former soldier back from Spain after being seriously injured and the brother of the Whig candidate. Phoebe and Nick have both been through tragedy and family betrayal. They bond over poetry and the need to confide their fears and secrets in someone. Nick is from the ruling class, while Phoebe is the daughter of a lawyer and now the poor widow of a printer. Everything seems against them, but it is very satisfying to see them falling in love despite it all. I am enjoying this series, which delves into the details of local politics, printing, the poets of the day, the Napoleonic Wars, and confectionery delights.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Such a fun, charming historical romance with a great lady lead. I really enjoyed it!
van65 More than 1 year ago
The book moved slow, I skipped whole pages. I feel bad, but just didn't hold my interest. Author assumed reader would know back ground. Wouldn't recommend.
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Looking forward to more in this series from Rose Lerner.