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I was afraid I wouldn't like this last installment in the Weaver trilogy. (The detestable Lord Waverly as the hero? My beloved Brundys facing marital troubles? GASP!) But to my relief, I enjoyed it immensely.
The plot hinges on a big (make that MASSIVE) misunderstanding between Sir Ethan and Lady Helen. Maddeningly vague conversations make each party believe they're discussing something entirely different. (Yes, I wanted to tear my hair out at a few of them!)
The author used this trope to weave her two storylines together and to subtly bring each character to a realization of what they truly loved and valued.
She even redeemed Lord Waverly! He slowly grew into the honor and compassion he never knew he had.
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Really enjoyed the book and although a short story it had very well developed characters. Only negative was the speed at which the narrator read the story. He is excellent with accents and did a good job which would have been an excellent job had he just slooooooowed down
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We meet other characters from the weaver takes a wife, but you don't have to read the other books since you are told what happens in part of it due to Lord Waverly action four years ago.
I found the book to be really funny and it reminded me of Georgette Heyer's books.
I did find Lord Waverly to be immature at times and I wanted to strangle him in certain areas of the book. However, I really like the main female character Lisette. The author shows us her naivety, her determination and quick thinking.
I would highly recommend this to all since it is a clean read.
I have not listened to this narrator before and It took me a while to get used to his voice but as the story progressed I realised he suited the book and I wouldn't mind listening to his other works.