- File Size: 1911 KB
- Print Length: 333 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Mirror Press (May 9, 2017)
- Publication Date: May 9, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06X16CDQT
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #104,312 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Story #1. Heroine comes to Bath to testify against the man who had murdered her family and had threatened to kill her to keep her silent. Hero is the prosecuting barrister. He gives the h all his help and support during this trying time. The H also has a secret, one which could have been compelling. However, the story was developed poorly, IMO, and the romance was flat and lacking any chemistry.
Story #2. Could two more perfect people ever find romance together? I think not, although the H's perfection caused some imperfect behavior near the end of the story when he kept the h in the dark about his actions and intentions. He's the younger son of a marquess who's expected to go into the clergy but secretly wants to be a doctor. She's the impecunious daughter of a baronet, a self-sacrificing young woman who is spending a "holiday" in Bath taking care of a group of old ladies in straitened condition, some in ill health. He's in Bath with his mother, meets the heroine, and the story begins. It's a bit dull, IMO.
Story #3. This story by Fixsen saved the collection for me. Although it is not perfect, it has more complexity of plot and characters than the other two. The heroine is a rich woman of the peerage. She and her politician brother live in London where she was to have married another politician. Her fiance dies in a silly accident and she goes to Bath with her crusty grandmother. There she meets the H in a park and the incident inspiring the story's title occurs. The H, BTW, is the brother of the heroine of Fixsen's COURTING SCANDAL. Brother and sister are emigres from France to England because of the Revolution. Lacking funds, the sister had become an actress and had financed her brother's career as a surgeon. He's in Bath at the time of the story to recover from an illness.
The rich heroine of the third story is a tad hard to like at times, shows inconsistency in her behavior toward the H, and has social strata prejudices, but the H is lovely, the story itself is well developed, and the relationship between the H and h is believable and less shallow than in the first two stories. I also enjoyed the third story's connection to Fixsen's Fairchild trilogy.