Let It Be Love Mass Market Paperback – 1 Nov 2005
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About the Author
#1 New York Times bestselling author Victoria Alexander was an award-winning television reporter until she discovered fiction was more fun than real life. She is the author of thirty-one novels, and her books have been translated into more than a dozen languages. Victoria lives in Omaha, Nebraska, with her long-suffering husband and two dogs, in a house under endless renovation and never-ending chaos.
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At each Christmas Ball his family hosts, Jonathon selects a lady to share the evening with in bed. This year, the lady he chooses is not waiting for him in his rooms. Instead, he finds an unknown lady awaiting him. She claims to related to one of his close friends, Lord Norcroft "Oliver". She gives him an outrageous story about her father's will and having to marry in order to save her three sisters from poverty. Jonathon believes it all a hoax, set up by his friends. So when she proposes marriage, he accepts. Shortly afterward he finds out Fiona Fairchild told nothing but the absolute truth!
Jonathon does not want to marry yet, but he cannot simply retract his word of honor. After all, she IS related to Oliver and is actually living with him at the moment. Oliver, Fiona, and Jonathon decide to enter into a business proposition. Her nude art work and his story, published anonymously. IF the erotic and mythical story sells well, Fiona will not have to wed at all and Jonathon is off the hook. However, unknown to Fiona, Jonathon has no intension of having it published. He will simply claim it is selling well and give her "royalties". Now if only he can keep his hands off her enticing body while they work together.
***** Extremely well done! Fiona is no meek miss! I was totally taken with her character. Jonathon is nothing to sneeze at either. Noble until the end. A little too much so though. All-in-all, Victoria Alexander has an instant winner in this novel. Bring on the next man! *****
Reviewed by Detra Fitch of Huntress Reviews.
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Jonathon, seeking a way out of his engagement without throwing her to the wolves...er, American...comes up with a plan to make her financially independent. Unfortunately, this is where I found the story lacking. For me, it dragged during these parts and while the story is, I know, fluffy fun, it just did not work.
But, I enjoyed the rest of the book very much, and fortunately there's more going on than just the scheme to make money. Jonathon is not the usual alpha male, but is fun, warm, and a bit insecure- a terrific change of pace. Fiona goes after what she wants, and is OK. But, it is his philosophizing friends that made me laugh. Even better, they have their own series: The Last Man Standing. I'm really looking forward to reading their stories.
Overall, Let It Be Love is a fun read. For those who like to know, there's a sex scene, but it is rather mild.
The story line was easy to follow. This is my second time reading this story. It was light and amusing. There was an attraction between them that Jonathon fought at the beginning. The main characters loved each other and that was it. We read about Fiona trying to either get out of the instructions placed in her father's will to enter into a marriage with Mr. Sinclair or find a husband of her own choice. As a reader I did not feel the desperation she should have felt. I enjoyed reading this story, it drew me in but I will assume it was not meant to be an emotional story. I think it lacked depth but it was a cute story.