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Willa, the vicar's little sister, knows full well that her prospects are bleak. When she accidentally kisses Alexander Braeburn, her dull, predictable world turns upside down. Logic dictates that she should stay away from the handsome Corinthian. He's the black sheep of their village. But how can she resist? She yearns for one more taste of the most tantalizing excitement she has ever experienced. Just one more before Willa settles back into her dreary life forever.

Alex is intrigued by the refreshingly forthright Willa. Her genuine character warms his jaded heart and makes him smile. When she naively marches into trouble, Alex feels duty bound to rescue her. Is it duty? Or something else that compels him to watch over the vicar's little sister?

Contains mature themes.

©2014 Kathleen Baldwin (P)2017 Tantor

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  • Laurie S
  • 17-08-20

Funny

The author certainly knows how to incorporate humor into her stories and dialog. I enjoyed it for that. Her antics got a little tiring in lieu of deeper character development. But I simply sped some parts up on my way to the hea. I liked Willow’s straightforward, intelligent approach.

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  • 05-03-19

Slightly off the wall but fun

This is an entertaining (and clean) Regency. It was not a stickler for Regency propriety, but it still reminded me of a Georgette Heyer romp. The narrator did a very good job, and I very much enjoyed it.