♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ 1/2 This was a fun, light romance. I loved how the characters interacted, and thought Geoffrey was a good lead. I wished the story was longer as I can't get enough of Enoch's writing, however the story didn't feel rushed to squeeze it all into a novella, which was nice.
Theodora was sweet and likable, if a little too skeptical that someone could be courting her... but Vashton made sure she knew what was what, which only endeared him to me more .
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Here's the blurb:
An original short story from New York Times bestselling author of historical romance, Suzanne Enoch…
Geoffrey Kerick, the Earl of Vashton, has had marriage-minded ladies flung at him for the past two years—since he inherited his brother’s title and wealth—which is much less amusing than when they were simply flinging themselves into his bed for fun.
However, this particular invitation for a country house party in Devonshire he accepts with alacrity; because this time someone has caught his eye.
Theodora Meacham is resigned to being second; a second daughter, second in beauty, and a distant second in charm. Knowing that the irritating Lord Vashton is coming to Beldath Hall to woo her sister, Theo is, for once, quite happy to remain detached from the silliness. But Lord Vashton isn't precisely the boor she expects. Even more surprising, he seems determined to ignore her sister…in favor of her!
Can two people who are perfectly ill-suited find that two wrongs do make a right?