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Incognita: Fairchild Regency Romance Book 2 Kindle Edition
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AAlistair is in a bit of a rage, having been embarrassed that his betrothed, Sophy Prescott, cut him out by marrying her mushroom Cit neighbor, Tom Bagshot. Yep, the handsome Alistair, admired by the ladies, was left holding his hat in hand by none less than the little bastard, Sophy. He's now an object of ridicule in the London rags and he's one unhappy man. We get to revisit the appealing Jasper, Sophy's half-brother and Alistair's cousin, as he attempts to buoy Alistair up although it obviously isn't working out because they resort to fisticuffs right in front of polite society. This was humorous.
Actually, Alistair didn't impress me as being very sensitive to Sophy in the first book so I decided to re-read it once I had read this book. I must confess to having my opinion of Alistair revised a bit after reading exactly what drives him. He's a third son, his oldest brother is making a hash of the family funds, which is affecting Alistair's portion and He. Needs. To. Marry. Money. To Alistair's credit, it's not all about the money. He just wants to be comfortable enough to be able to leave the military. He's spent ten years fighting Napoleon, he's home recuperating from a wound, and he's weary beyond belief.
Sophy was his answer, for crying out loud and now she's gone and ruined everything. He didn't want her only for the home and dowry she would have brought to the marriage.Read more ›
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Better than the first in this series. The author is improving and is able to give a sense of the emotions of the protagonists without too much verbiage. Read morePublished 4 months ago by B. Haines