Wednesday, February 3, 2016
South Landers Book 3
Charlotte needs to marry quickly since she's lost her mother and is responsible for her cousin. She carefully plans how to get the catch of the season. Nicholas has no plans to have children He's still reeling from the loss of his son and the boys mother during childbirth. So when he misunderstands Charlotte and her need to hurry, he marries her for the baby she is definitely not carrying. The marriage begins with lots of misunderstandings and completely lack of trust. But the two might have the chance to fall in love if they can sort everything out.
This wasn't really your typical regency romance. While the book worked well as a stand-alone, I really wish I had read the first two books. I know there is more to the story. But this didn't detract from the plot or my enjoyment. The plot was a bit different and the writing style wasn't standard regency. This made it unique and fascinating. There are a few bedroom scenes (all between a married couple) for those of you who might not care for that. Overall it was sweet and different and made me want to check out other books by this author.
I received this book free of charge from NetGalley in exchange for my honest review.