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How to Win a Wallflower (Rebels with a Cause #3)
How to Win a Wallflower
by Samara Parish
Pub Date – 12/13/22
This is the third in the Rebels with a Cause series. The Duke of Wildforde’s sister Lady Charlotte is the mc in this book. She has been out for a few seasons but hasn’t found the right man yet. More like has been waiting for her childhood crush to return so she can claim in.
John Barnesworth her lifelong neighbor has returned from Boston since his brother the Earl was reported to have died. But left his estate in very bad debt and disrepair.
Loved the rekindling of a past relationship that turned into a mature adult relationship. There was a lot of legalities and contracts that the new Earl was being told he was responsible for.. ugh. His brother really was a sweet talking flake..I can’t even think of a word for him. Narcissist, maybe.
But John and Charlotte with all the money issues had a hard time trying to find a way to be together.. And just when everything is just right it all falls apart again.
Very much so enjoyed these delightful characters with their scientific pursuits and ideals.
❓ What are ways you get motivated for Monday?
I start with coffee and just hope for the best.
Thank you @readforeverpub and @netgalley for the e-ARC for my honest and voluntary review.
A wallflower will put everything on the line . . .
When John Barnesworth inherits unexpectedly, he abandons his solitude and returns to London to settle his brother’s affairs, only to discover his estates are crumbling and he is now betrothed to his brother’s unpleasant fiancée. Her dowry might save him from ruin, but at what cost? His only hope lies with the vivacious, charming Lady Charlotte Stirling, whose audacious solution to John’s troubles might actually work. If only he can keep his feelings for her out of the equation . . .
Lady Charlotte Stirling knows she can’t fall for John. He’s her brother’s best friend, he’s engaged to her mortal enemy, and he wants to return to America. Not to mention he’d never survive in her bustling social life. She can, however, try to solve his money problem. But the closer she gets to ensuring his freedom, the harder it is to let him go . . .