A wonderful Regency romance novel
The story was well planned out & included good descriptions for the characters so readers will bond with the 2 main protagonists and certainly root for them to find each other. Interesting how the writer found a way to cover up the illegitimate birth in an appropriate way for the time period. I really despised Aubrey"s mother & her uncaring nature toward her sons choice of wife, however many in the ton would have had similar feelings toward marriage as a way to gain more money or stature in society, or both.
I recommend this book very highly to anyone who loves good Regency-period romance stories. This book definitely holds up well compared to Georgette Heyer's standards!