3 stars · Regency · Romance

A Wedding in Springtime


15942623[1]By Amanda Forester

Her Timing Couldn’t Be Worse…

Miss Eugenia Talbot’s presentation to the queen is spoiled by a serious faux pas—the despicable William Grant made her laugh, right in front of Her Majesty. Now Eugenia is ruined and had better marry—someone, anyone—at once…

And His Couldn’t Be Better…

Roguish William Grant has never taken anything seriously in his life. Until he meets Eugenia Talbot, who makes him feel and do thing he never thought he would.

Now Eugenia’s great sense of humor and kindheartedness may be her undoing, unless William can help her find a husband. To his surprise, that’s the last thing he wants to do…

My review

The book is well written, but within the first chapters so many characters are introduced (and paragraphs written from their POV) that I got lost. It’s the first book in a series so I reckon many of the secondary characters will play a main role in a future book, but I had difficulties to distinguish between main and secondary characters. My problem was that once the duke and Penelope were introduced, I wanted to read about them and didn’t care much about the others (I love duke vs. governess/secretary/companion stories). Overall a good book and I will read the others in the series.


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