Thursday, February 9, 2012

Review: The Lady Most Likely

Hugh Dunne, the Earl of Briarly, needs a wife—so his sister hands him a list of the very best young ladies on the market. And then, because he refuses to tear himself away from the stables where he trains Arabian racehorses, she invites all those ladies to a house party, along with some other bachelors, of course. So who will Hugh choose? The Botticelli-esque, enchanting Gwendolyn? The outspoken, delightful Katherine? If he doesn't work fast, he'll lose those ladies to his closest friends, and then where will he look for a wife? Perhaps, just perhaps, toward a lady who's not on a market at all, and would require a great deal of persuading...

My Thoughts: 
This was cute.  It is basically three stories in one.  They all occur at a house party thrown by the sister of the Earl of Briarly who decides that he needs to get married.  She invites ladies she think would make a good match for him, but things do not go as planned. It is a fun read for when you are in the mood for a light, historical romance with a low steam factor.

My Rating: ****
Steam Factor: !!

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