Rating: 3 Stars
Description: When her parents and the Earl of Clivesden plot to marry her off to said Earl Julia is lucky to have her childhood friend Benedict Revelstoke on her side. Not only is the Earl of Clivesden not someone Julia wants to marry he is also the very man her older sister Sophia has been in love with for the last 5 years. Then Sophia finds herself in a compromising situation with the Earl of Highgate and has to agree to his proposal.
Genre: Historical Romance
My Impression: This book wasn't quite what I expected. It was definitely more of an ensemble cast than a leading couple than any other romance I've read in the past. I spent quite awhile wanting to shake both of them. Benedict is obviously in love with Julia and even though people tell her that it doesn't really seem like it occurs to her to do anything about it until she gets really and truly backed into a corner. Highgate is obviously the perfect man for Sophia but she's so busy pining for Clivesden who not only has never really acknowledged her but also seems to be a truly awful person. Her love for Clivesden seemed very adolescent crush and got a bit tiresome.
Would I Read More of this Series/Author?: Probably though the reviews and plot summary of the next one didn't really interest me.
Would I Recommend this Book?: Yes