Much better than her last book. And for once the hero isn’t a man who thinks he’s broken and thus doesn’t deserve love. She’s played that card way too often. The premise here is that Penny, the titular wallflower who resigned herself to being a spinster ten years before, has a ton of animals in her care, and her family is threatening to move her back to her ancestral home if she doesn’t: a) Get rid of most of the animals, b) Get a new […]
Seriously, is no one else bothered about there being zero wagers in this book?
The Wallflower Wager (Girl Meets Duke, #3) by Tessa Dare