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An Improper Widow

3.75 of 5 stars 3.75  ·  rating details  ·  32 ratings  ·  3 reviews
Susannah Bowen was disgraced during a disastrous first Season--and has posed as a widow ever since to prevent further entanglements. Now she has been offered a home and independence -- if the shamed miss can steer her troublesome cousin Juliet toward an acceptable match. But things go shockingly awry when a highwayman steals Juliet's heart en route to Londo
Mass Market Paperback, 224 pages
Published February 1st 1995 by Avon Books
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I was truly at awed after finishing this amazing novel. While not a strong romance book per se it felt more of "still waters run deep" with deep emotions of all the characters with the scars they have carried from the past and having to finally heal them in the present.

Francis William Arden, fourth Marquess of Warne has fought his battles and has won the war. Now the scars are finally on the road to healing and sees that it's time to finally settled down and marry. Making his riches through I

Well-done regency, quite different from so many I’ve read recently.

What I enjoyed most was the slow build of the romance The book begins from our hero, Lord Warne’s point of view - the entire first chapter, then switches to the heroine, Susannah “Bowen”. Each has a secret that has affected them deeply - choices made in life that led to family estrangement and/or discord.

As the book progresses, we learn more about them and the how their choices affected where they are in life and how others per
3.5 not what I expected but a solid redemption story of intertwining relationships between family and new loves. Clean.
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