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It was easy to become involved with each of their stories.
Fitz might come from the Wicked Wyckerly line of people, but he finds he does want to do something different than his predecessors. But the debt is stacked so high, he's not sure what he can do. He has spent much of his life winning at cards but there is no way he can see to use that skill to overcome those kind of bills. And the creditors are chasing him, literally. Not only that but he is now responsible for his wild-cat illegitimate daughter. Oh course he was the one who "rescued" her but he is so over his head even on this one.
His daughter, Penelope (Penny) was a hoot wherever she appeared in the story. She was only six years old but no one had really loved her or cared about her before. No wonder she ran wild and had a mouth like a sailor. Fitz soon found that she also had the Wyckerly personality of doing the opposite of whatever she was ordered to do. But he only caught onto that after seeing Abby work her magic with Penny. It also made me smile when Fitz thought about how proud he was that he hadn't begot any squeamish, insipid miss but a warrior child. Abby had learned a lot from her years of helping with children especially her beloved half brothers and sisters.
Abby is fighting mad trying to recover her half-brothers and sisters. The only reason she "lost" them was because she was a woman and the executor of her parent's estate saw that as the reason to remove them. She hasn't lost hope but things aren't looking good either.
I liked how Fitz saw Abby as he got to know her more. Yes, he was attracted to her but he also admired so many of her qualities. He saw her as having the appearance of an angel with the fierceness of a lioness. And once she made up her mind, she was like a little general who raced full speed ahead. And she was fierce when it came to those she cared about.
It looked like both needed to marry but not to each other. Fitz needed a heiress with a lot of money and Abby needed someone with the power to help her get her family back. Fitz is a charming man who is used to women falling easily at his feet but not Abby, she is way too practical for that. A comedy of errors and chaos follows. There are plenty of surprises, twists and turns in store as well as a well deserved but unusual H.E.A.
Imagine a young girl heartbroken and struggling to accept that her beloved siblings had been taken from her because she was a female and considered too young to be raising them. She worked her small inherited holding in the English countryside to keep herself barely afloat. Now, imagine a man arrives in the road near her gardens, along with his young daughter. He was tossed off the public coach because said daughter had a tantrum and disturbed the other passengers. Without funds he (and his now-subdued daughter) managed to convince our heroine to let them stay in the small 2nd cottage on her land until he could get 'it all together'. and move on.
And thus we enter the sometimes tender, sometimes tense, sometimes rollicking tale of two unsettled souls seeking only peace and some contentment in the future. We are led along the rocky future path they take as they become involved in each other's problems and the unsettled life of people learning to trust themselves and each other.
It's a delightful tale that will resist any attempts to lay aside until you can reach some pause in the action...and it never seems to pause until the very satisfactory end.
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