Road To Romance
by Cynthia Moore
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Pub Date 24 Jan 2022 | Archive Date 30 Jun 2022
She yearns to be loved, while he cannot pine for an emotion he has never known.
Lucas Carter, Viscount Millington, only son of a centuries-old family, must marry soon. He wants nothing like his parents' unbearable relationship.
Refreshingly candid and straightforward, Lady Emma Brenham has resigned herself to spinsterhood after attending three seasons in London without securing an offer. While wearing a mask of indifference, she secretly longs for an adoring husband and children of her own.
A chance meeting and formal introduction in Brighton lead to shared moments of comradery, triggering heartfelt sensations and fervent attraction. However, a shadow is cast over the dawn of their relationship by a desperate man who has other plans for Lady Emma.
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An entertaining and fun read with a dastardly villain in the mix. A sweet clean romance. I received this as a complimentary copy and I am giving my honest review voluntarily.
I really enjoyed this fascinating romance! It was well written with a great blend of romance and drama! Brighton Bargain is truely road to romance.
This book was an enjoyable read.
The heroine is a younder sister, but at 24 years old, and is living on her own with her aunt. She visits her sister and family often. She also provides charity to people in her parish. She met the hero in such a way. She was giving a sick person from her parish herbs, medicinals and foods when a young man tried to take her purse. The hero, who was dressing at his mistress's house,saw her out the window. He ran to help her and she was snippy bcz he was not acting properly. He continues on his way, after making sure his mistress knew he was ending their relationship. His parents want him to get married and keep referring him to proper debutantes. He does not want a debutante. So the next time they meet, her nephews have gotten away from her by chasing a squirrel that landed on their mother's har. They chase the squirrel across a park and when about to go into traffic, the hero saves them, then meets the heroine again. They become introduced by her sister. He is really intrigued. She doesn't want males attention. She dresses in a very proper manner. She has a large bosom and many men have been rude, ogled her and she has some rude names floating about. She determines she never wants to get married when she is attacked by a man she knows. He says he was courting her, but it is all in his mind. The hero sees her being attacked and takes command. The heroine doesn't think men are sincere and tries to deny any attraction between them.
The story was nice and a bit wordy, like Regency novels can be. Every detail is listed so you can immerse yourself into the book. It is very well written. I would give it 4 stars and recommend reading it.
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