About the book: Caroline is not looking forward to this year’s Season in London. Her mother already has schemes for her marriage prospects—and none of them include love, it seems. But when a dashing young duke begins to pursue her, Caroline has second thoughts. Caught between ambition and desire, Caroline may gamble her heart away without even realizing it.
My review: This book is a cute, clean, regency romance. Something I really liked about this book is that it isn't your normal Duke gets the girl story. This one has a plot line that is different from all of the other regency romance books I've read and that's a good thing!
This book has almost 2 plots in it, it kind of flashes back to Caroline's mom and dad's love story and I loved the way that one gets resolved in the end. I also liked that their stories mirror each other a little bit and they're able to learn from each other's situations.
I liked Caroline, she's the strong younger daughter of Lord and Lady Hopkins. I liked the way that she thought for herself in an era where that was really looked down upon by pretty much everyone. There's a scene in the book where she kind of runs away from the groom who is supposed to stay with her while she's on her ride. I really liked that she did things like that, no matter that she knew her mom was not going to be at all happy about it.
I also liked that you're able to see this story from the point of views of both of the love interests of Caroline. That makes it a little harder to be able to tell just which of them she's going to choose in the end.
I was sent an e-copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
About the author: Heather Chapman currently resides in Soda Springs, Idaho, with her husband and four children. She graduated magna cum laude from Brigham Young University. Heather has worked in various administrative assistant roles and as an event planner. Heather has also worked as a piano accompanist and piano teacher on the side. She currently spends her time writing and working as a stay-at-home mother.