Saturday, May 17, 2014


Publisher: Musa
Date published:
February 2014
Reviewed by Helen
Obtained via publisher
Rating: 4

Claire is not a traditional beauty like her two older sisters. All she hopes for from her season is someone nice who will marry her. Instead her valentine’s box is filled with notes and cards from secret admirers. Only one of them interests her. Only one person seems to understand her. Lord Kittridge thinks of Claire as his little sister and wants her to have a successful season. It’s only when he realizes she’s falling in love with her secret admirer that he understands he’s actually loved her for years.

I really liked Claire. She had her feet firmly planted on the ground and clearly understood her worth as a person even though she wasn’t stunningly beautiful. She also fully understood her doting family’s attempts to tell her she was a beauty. She knew they loved her and didn’t see her through society’s eyes. Through everything Claire’s sense of fun and her good humor remain intact and her ploys range from the very clever to the very funny. The puppy was also a brilliant addition to the story.
Kit was a great character, too. He’s so busy being thoughtful and helpful and supportive it takes him a while to work out what is right in front of his nose.
This is a great story, a really fun read. I liked the book design as well with the color here and there, and it was a nice clean manuscript.

This is an objective review and not an endorsement of this book.

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