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I have to say I enjoy Mary Balogh's earlier works.
She keeps readers guessing about Elizabeth's past and what Hetherington has to do with it, and when the truth was revealed some way into the book I was stunned.
There was still some interesting character development afterwards, but the main premise behind the whole novel seemed entirely too predictable to me.
One of Mary Balogh's best works. Could not put the book down. I love the way she ties in characters from her other books.Published 21 months ago by Cheryl S. Grieve
Book was received promptly and in good condition. A good story. I'll probably read it again. I recommend it if you are a Balogh fan.Published on February 5, 2013 by jeanne skinner
Sigh. I hate to rate this book as low as I do because really, it is not a bad book. But it is definitely an infuriating one. Read more
I have to say I enjoy Mary Balogh's earlier works. Like another reviewer mentioned, it is unfortunate that we can only buy her earlier works at much inflated prices from 2nd-hand... Read morePublished on April 14, 2011 by JL
The story might be worth three stars, but the whole book is undermined by the author's lack of familiarity with the process of divorce in Regency-era England. Read morePublished on October 3, 2008 by Virginia E. Demarce