I must admit, I was hooked on this book from the first page. The beautiful Lady Arielle Stanford has a dream. Her dream is to become a licensed physician in a time where there were no female physicians. Then Lady Arielle hears about Lord Braxton and that he is well known for helping people make their dreams come true. So starts the correspondence between Arielle and Hunter, as well as the romance. Lord Braxton promises to help Lady Arielle achieve her dream. He even goes so far as to set up an interview for her with a college, even though he does not approve. When Arielle is turned down for admittance to the college, she becomes very discouraged, but still does not want to let go of her dream. Then Arielle's father blackmails Hunter into marrying Arielle. At this point, she simply postpones her dream, while helping to fix-up Hunter's home. Then, she comes across some love letters in the attic and the fun really begins.
I really enjoyed this book, it was filled with all kinds of subplots, which added to it. I could only wish to receive the type of letters Arielle runs across.