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The Inconvenient Marriage of Charlotte Beck by Kathleen Y'Barbo
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Jun 22, 2011

really liked it
Read from June 27 to July 01, 2011


Kathleen Y’Barbo has written a delightful novel about an incorrigible heroine, Charlotte Beck. The Inconvenient Marriage of Charlotte Beck is set in the late 1800’s, and features a young woman who has no interest in the social mores of her times. Charlotte wants to attend college, and more than that, she wants her father to take her seriously as an adult.
Unfortunately, her madcap actions are at odds with her goals, and she bounces from one scrape after another. For business reasons, her father, Daniel Beck, arranges a bargain with her. If she will agree to marry the annoying Viscount Alex Hambly, Daniel will allow her to attend college.
How Charlotte and Alex manage to sidestep the bargain forms the latter portion of The Inconvenient Marriage of Charlotte Beck. Without giving anything away, I must say this story kept me turning the pages to see what the couple would come up with next.
Y’Barbo’s novel is a perfect summer read. Tuck this one into your tote bag and enjoy!
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