She's in need of a husband, and he's determined to be her only choice.
Caroline Bingley has always aspired to be the mistress of a great estate and leave her ties to trade behind. In fact, she has spent the last two seasons actively attempting to secure Pemberley, so she is less than pleased when a country nobody snatches her prize away from her. She is not the sort of lady, however, to quit the field without a parting shot. But this time, those rumours will be her own undoing.
Franklin Rhett was once captivated by a young lady who showed deference to a shop girl, and he is on a mission to make that lady his wife. It doesn't matter to him that she has become somewhat of a shrew or that he doesn't meet all of her qualifications to be an acceptable choice. He sees the lady she could and should be, and he's not afraid to eliminate the competition while teaching his future bride a well-deserved and long overdue lesson.
Better Than She Deserved is a sequel to Leenie Brown's Willow Hall Romance Series of Pride and Prejudice Variations. If you like Austen-inspired romance where a flawed heroine is made to come face to face with her faults and sins, then you will enjoy this story of loving someone enough to see her improve.
So, pour a cup of tea, grab your copy of Better Than She Deserved, and escape into a world of sweet romance tinged with the vibrant hues of redemption.