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This is the third in the series and is a fairly decent addition. You don’t need to have read the rest of the books to enjoy this one.
It made a nice change that the H and h were openly attracted to each other from the start and there is a really great flirtation scene during the wedding in the opening chapters. Things go wrong (of course) when the h finds herself very opposed to the development plans of the H, while the H desperately needs the development to be successful to get his new business started.
I have to admit to a little irritation at the persistence of the h in insisting that the H jumps through multiple hoops to allay her suspicion that he is about to build on a historic site. She pretty much decided it was a historical site on minimal evidence and then expected him to disprove this “fact”. There was also a bit too much about her “intuition”, and her obsession about “the one true love” she was keeping herself celibate for (while apparently thinking it ok to do pretty much everything else as long as she doesn’t “go all the way” – are we in high school here?). The H was so very patient with her various obsessions and I found myself sometimes thinking he deserved someone just a bit more rational. In some places the book started to feel a bit preachy about conservation, preservation etc etc. and I do get tired of writers letting these politically correct issues take over the plot. Throughout all this the h blew so hot and cold about whether or not she was going to actually have sex with the H that she came over as a bit of a tease.
This book had excellent narration (as opposed to book two in the series which I could not finish as the narration was so bad). It was a fairly decent romance, and I will happily read more by the same writer, but for the reasons above I won’t be listening to this one again. Sorry, just a bit to much of the “woo woo” stuff for me!