Miranda Fenster gave up on a happily-ever-after following a disastrous London season. Determined to convince the impeccably proper Duke of Kerstone he was wrong to thwart her brother's love match, she waylays him and demands he help the star-crossed lovers. Instead, she discovers her second chance for a fairy tale ending depends upon convincing the duke fairy tales do come true.
A nice book about woman's rights without declaring it so. It's about a young woman who wants to be independent and on her, doesn't need a man, but yet dreams of fairytales and romance. It turns out , you can have it all!
Very well written
There were parts where I got a little bored, and some of the plot was predictable (I think I played too many Nancy Drew games when I was younger), but the premise and story were well written and I enjoyed it.
It did not leave off at a cliffhanger (so it’s not necessary to read the second one to find out what happens), but I will definitely be on the lookout for the sequel.
Clunky writing, slow pace, no chemistry between ANYONE. I never felt connected and never felt any reason why I should care about these characters.