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Tuesday's Child Mass Market Paperback – November 1, 1993
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Felicia was proud enough to keep the front door of her fashionable residence clean and the brass knocker polished to high shine by doing it herself early in the morning. That is when Sir Christopher Wilde sees her. Thinking her a servant, he remarks on her to his friend (Bartholomew Whitiker) who lives in the apartment below. Finding out later that she is a down on her luck lady, their lives become entwined as Christopher makes Felicia his "project." He tries to deny the attraction he has for her and very clumsily asks her to marry him for only a weak man can "love." Much like Darcy in Jane Austin's "Pride and Prejudice" he asks for her hand against his own scruples and Felicity is insulted at his manner! But Christopher does such tender things for Felicia along the way, you wish he would put his bitterness and fear aside and follow his heart!
What a sweet story with amazing (and unusual) secondary characters. Felicia is innovative with her ideas on how to bring in money and never succumbs to despair even when these plans run awry. There is some intrigue with Christopher and an enemy from India I couldn't quite follow but when he is hurt, Felicia realizes the depth of her own feelings. Felicia also has an enemy but that rival eventually gets her due - no bloodshed there.
All ends happy with each person learning to trust their hearts. A pleasant tale for an afternoon read. I am looking forward to reading more in this series.