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Lady Sophie Crandle has been attempting to get her betrothed Henry Hearst to kiss her, so comes up with a brilliant plan. Sophie spies a man leaving the crowded room at a masquerade ball. Intending to follow the man out to the garden to receive a long-awaited kiss from her supposed betrothed Henry Sophie is entranced and desires the man that she is kissing. Unfortunately the man is not Henry her betrothed that she is kissing but Henry’s older brother and the earl of Dearbourne Richard.
Really I liked Sophie she was a determined young lady that somewhat follows some of the rules of propriety sure she breaks that by getting Henry or rather Richard to seduce and kiss her in the gardens. I didn’t understand her true family relations with her aunt and wanted a little more explanations of that though. I also wanted to know what she does that sets her apart from her female peers and even why Richard likes her. So I felt that Sophie despite her female lustful cravings for Richard needed a little bit more evolvement. Richard on the other hand might have been described as a rake but I didn’t really see that. He did annoy me though why did it take so long for him to make a decision into marriage when he turned Sophie into a mistress which made me a little peeved. So he wasn’t winning any points with me. Even Henry Sophie’s betrothed made me wonder what happened with him and Ellen. Still I enjoyed the story, can recommend it for my friends that want to break away from the old staid regency and will get more books from Ms. Medeiros.