My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Historical romances are one of my all time favourites and I can’t get enough of Cat Sebastian’s world of post Regency England shortly after the time of Waterloo.
In this one we have a brilliant frenemies to lovers tale which links back to the earlier two books through the ‘Mad Earl’ and his recently returned from exile young son and his reprobate uncle.
Enlisting the help of one of the Ton’s most proper gentlemen to help rehabilitate the rake, this story skirts through all the typical activities of the hoi polloi as Julian and Courtney desperately avoid falling in love.
While book one remains my favourite, this one comes in second as I absolutely adored the prim and proper Julian who was afraid he’d linger ill and alone all his days.