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The heroine, Henry, also seems much younger than her twenty years, especially having had the responsibility of running an entire estate. The hero, Dunford, seems much older than his twenty-nine years and not at all the rake we're told he is. I also didn't understand why she's trying to drive him off. Another reviewer said it was because she was afraid he'd take over her beloved home and throw her out in the street. Why would she think that when she knew she was his ward? Wouldn't it have made more sense to get on his good side and make him like her so much that he'd want to give her what she wanted? From their first meeting he gives no sign of being cruel or hard hearted. Her plan makes her seem like she's eight years old.
The misunderstanding later baffled me, too. We're repeatedly told and shown how brutally frank she is at all times. How could a misunderstanding that could be cleared up instantly by a smidgeon of brutal frankness exist around this girl? Then she tries to get him to jilt her, but when he gives her the option of jilting him, she refuses. Huh? I thought the plan was to not marry him no matter what?
Despite all this the story is fairly fun and I think most romance readers, particularly undemanding ones, will enjoy this story. Those who require maturity in their heroines and consistency in plot and tone, might want to give it a miss, or read with lowered expectations. All in all, it's not a bad way to spend an afternoon.