I downloaded this book a few months ago from Harlequin for free. I didn't get a chance to read it until yesterday. My exams are over (thank God) for the summer, so it was my first day off school (the job is still here, thank God :)) and I wanted something light to read. Here’s a little bit about the story:
Five years in the future the girl's name is Selina and she works as a servant at her uncle's home, when the same man who helped her arrives but doesn’t recognise her. He was told that she died soon after her father. But he takes interest in abused servant girl Selina and that's when the story begins...
I was confused at the beginning of the book; I didn’t know what's going on. Only later in the book did I found out that when one commits suicide he was buried in unmarked grave and all of his possessions were taken. So the beginning really bugged me. The other thing was how easily men in those times (19 ct.) took mistresses and nobody mind it. I guess I'm not a great historical reader and maybe these facts are common knowledge.
I liked the story because I'm a sucker for emotional read. You can say that through whole book the emotions are the main characters. It really did show how relationship can be ruined with nothing more than misunderstanding and lack of communication.
I recommend it to anyone who likes to read about turbulent relationships and redeemed Lords :)
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