He’s wanted Cymbeline Barnes more than anything, but can his one-time nemesis put aside their differences for a chance at love?
Cymbeline Barnes has been waiting for a grand adventure. When the town competition is announced she sees it as her chance to spread her wings, even if people think she’s wild and rebellious. But when she learns that the competition is for men only her hopes are dashed. Should she give into societal pressure and do what most women do now? Marry a man of fine standing and have children? After all, it’s only her pride that’s keeping her from admitting that she’s fallen in love with Victor Olofsson.
Victor Olofsson has it all. A university degree. A job at Emerson Pass Bank. A new cottage of his own. What he doesn’t have is Cymbeline Barnes - his former enemy but now the love of his life. When he learns of her disappointment about the town competition, he thinks he may have a way to win her heart for good.
Family saga meets clean and swoony romance in this fourth installment of Tess Thompson’s bestselling Emerson Pass Historical Series. Fall into the past for a heartwarming escape into the American frontier during the roaring twenties.
The Problem Child
The problem Child is the fourth book in the Emerson’s Pass historical series by Tess Thompson.
This heartwarming story is a page turner about another Barnes family member Cymbeline and her arch enemy, childhood friend Viktor. They are grown up and he loves Cym for who she is and always has. Cymbeline is too busy wanting to have adventures and does not see how Viktor feels. Then Emma comes to town, is Cymbeline jealous? Does she have feelings for Viktor?
This is a sweet story and should not be missed. I always enjoy the Barnes family and the charm of all the characters in the quaint town. It’s a good read and one you will enjoy.
I was given an arc to review and these are my own words for this review.