Becoming Lady Dalton by Carrie Lomax

This is interesting and romantic. Lord Dalton knew that he wanted Viola from their first meeting. Viola wanted nothing to do with any man, especially a man years younger than her. She was absent from London for a while, seeing to her sister's wedding, but as sound as she came back, he pursued her again. She did end up falling in love, but still refused to marry him, instead she pushed him to court another lady. The twists that occur throughout the story make for a harsh reality check for both, but he is sweetly determined to have her as his wife, and she is equally determined to not be. I loved his loyalty and his attitude, and in the end it took a lot of patience to win a too stubborn lady.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author. This is my honest and voluntary opinion of it.


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