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A Reckless Promise (The Little Season) Kindle Edition
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Darby's book is my favorite among the three I've read in this series. I was rather surprised when Darby made fast decisions about the two ladies who landed on his doorstep in the rain. He had agreed to be the guardian of a young woman when the doctor who saved his life requested it of him. However, he had no inkling the young lady would be accompanied by her Aunt Sadie Grace, with secrets up to her ears and long, long legs.
Darby finds himself entranced by Sadie and his young ward, Marley. His character is one of my favorite types for a hero. He's kind, he's funny, he's intuitive - very, very intuitive. Best of all, he's willing to give Sadie the time she needs to come clean with whatever is plaguing her from her past. It seems Darby also has his own secrets that he needs to reveal. Sadie's bravery gives him the courage he needs to have that long, long overdue reveal of his own.
This was a heartwarming story with some elements of redemption and great chemistry with humor laced throughout. I'm really happy to see this author writing these types of stories again.
I wish there had been a bit more romance both before Darby's proposal and before he seduces her. But both lead characters are likable and witty, and the story is light and a quick read. I love Ms. Michaels's Romney Marsh series; while this is definitely not of that caliber, it's a fun read.