About the Book:
Lady Miranda Hawthorne acts every inch the lady, but inside she longs to be bold and carefree. Entering her fourth Season and approaching spinsterhood in the eyes of society, she pours her innermost feelings out not in a diary but in letters to her brother’s old school friend, a duke–with no intention of ever sending these private thoughts to a man she’s heard stories about but never met. Meanwhile, she also finds herself intrigued by Marcus, her brother’s new valet, and although she may wish to break free of the strictures that bind her, falling in love with a servant is more of a rebellion than she planned.
I enjoyed this book, even though the tale seemed familiar.
I found the beginning was excellent, the middle lagged and the ending was good! Regency tends to move a little slower, with prim and proper ladies. This book had the less than proper lady that was always getting entangled into some sort of trouble.
The touches on seriousness, rejection and finding contentment without what you think you really want were all very good!
If you like regency fiction, this is a light, easy read you will enjoy.
This book was given to me for review by Bethany House. The opinions contained herein are my own.