Lydia King knows exactly what it feels like to be in need. Her mother’s poor health and father’s despicable spending habits are putting them on the edge. With her cap set for a politician she is sent by her possible future mother-in-law to gather donations from Nicholas Lowe, who is notorious for not donating a cent to the Teaville Moral Society’s efforts. Determined to prove to that she has what it takes to be the wife of the old lady’s son she sets off to get Lowe to donate – and it takes her another direction entirely.
Melissa Jagears always posses a brilliant talent with the pen and this was another fantastic read from her. I’ve read her mail-order bride stories and thought if this one was half as good as those it was going to be well worth staying up all night trying to finish the story. And you know what? It really was!
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