Twice a Rake
I adored this book. Both the heroine and hero had some growing up to do, and both did it vey well in this book. Quin, Lord Quinton, is being forced to marry by his grandfather, he finds a lady’s journal in which he is the main character I in her delightfully innocent fantadys. He devices that she is the wife for him, but he is not ready to conform to polite societies rules, nor to tell his lady why he must marry so quickly. Lady Aurora loves to write stories about her stiff beaus talking herself out of ‘leading’ them on so she can break it off with them. The she hears about Lord Quinton, rakehell of the first order, and she starts to write about the life they might have together then her journal goes missing during a race at Rotton Row. She finds herself being blackmailed into marriage by the very man she has been writing about. A tale can be both funny and tearful, a delightful story of love and how it can grow between people and how they can grow into better people for it. A must read if you loved a well crafted historical love story.