Fiona Lanier’s family is no friend to the British. With her very own brother locked up as a prisoner-of-war who could blame them? When a childhood acquaintance washes up, literally, on local shores Fiona determines to hide his nationality. Conveniently easy as it is since he has no recollection of who he is, where he’s at, or even who Fiona is. But as time goes by it becomes a little more difficult and if they don’t tread carefully the unlikely duo will be forced to confront reality.
Soooooo, I absolutely loved book one and book two in this series, and while The Magnolia Duchess wasn’t horrible I didn’t feel that it wads up to par with it’s big sisters. The connection I had with the previous two heroines wasn’t extended to Fiona. As you all now, I LOVE being very attached to the main characters, but it just wasn’t happening here. It’s a neat plot and a great time period, but unfortunately this just wasn’t my cup of tea. Is it worth a read? Heck, yeah. So if you’re considering it I would still dive in.
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