Linette Easton can't wait for her Season in London where she hopes to meet the man of her dreams. Will she be swept off her feet by a duke, or a baron, or an earl at a glittering ball? As a parson’s daughter, she would never have entertained the notion of marrying into the nobility if her older sisters hadn’t paved the way. Why, then, can she not stop thinking about the handsome new doctor who just arrived in her parish?
Adam Whitaker never expected a lovely country miss to turn his carefully constructed world upside down overnight. What has become of the restrained composure that he’d honed during years of medical study after escaping the demons of his past? Yet he learns that she will be leaving Cornwall soon, her head filled with romantic hopes and dreams. Will the woman who has bewitched him realize in time that what she seeks is right in front of her?
“Miriam Minger is a master storyteller who illustrates the full gamut of emotions felt by her characters. Emotions so strong that you are pulled into the pages and into their lives.” - Inside Romance
"With Miriam Minger, you're assured of a good read!" - Heartland Critiques
Enjoy all five books in Miriam Minger’s bestselling The Man of My Dreams Series:
Book 1: SECRETS OF MIDNIGHT (Donovan and Corisande)
Book 2: MY RUNAWAY HEART (Jared and Lindsay)
Book 3: MY FORBIDDEN DUCHESS (Walker and Marguerite)
Book 4: KISSED AT TWILIGHT (Adam and Linette)
Book 5: MY FUGITIVE PRINCE (Valentin and Estelle)
Linnette finds the man of her dreams without venturing to London just like her big sister. Adam like Donovan is at odds with his father. There is still adventure abound in Portleven and the family is always in the middle of it. Another resounding success that you will want to grab for a quick read.
Love the stories, not a fan how MM ends her novels.
I want to give this an entire series a 5 for the wonderful stories and characters, but I cannot. The ending of every book is underwhelming, overly blunt, and unsatisfying. I’m left feeling an empty angriness after finishing the fourth book, that yet another ending was so very lacking and disappointing.