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Edenbrooke : A Proper Romance (2012, original release: 2012)


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Published: [Salt Lake City, Utah] : Shadow Mountain, [2012] ©2012
Description:  264 pages ; 23 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 9781609089467 (paperbound), 1609089464 (paperbound), 1609089464 :,
Language:  English

When Marianne receives an invitation to spend the summer with her twin sister in Edenbrooke, she has no idea of the romance and adventure that await her once she meets the dashing Sir Philip

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A Proper Romance

A proper romance is the perfect way to describe this book. If you are looking for a light read that will put you in a good mood, then this book is right for you. Marianne is on her way to Edenbrooke to spend time with her twin sister and to learn how to become a proper lady. Marianne would rather twirl outside and ride horses rather than wear a bonnet and sing like a proper lady would. However, she will not inherit her Grandmother's money if she does not learn the ways of a lady. Marianne is invited with her twin sister, Cecily, to Edenbrooke, the home of their late mother's friend Lady Catherine. On her way, Marianne is overtaken by a highwayman and is rescued by Philip, a mysterious gentleman who turns out to live in Edenbrooke also.

Donaldson's light writing style moves the story quickly and leaves the reader wanting more of the story. This is definitely a proper romance but has the perfect amount of suspense and action, with kidnappings and robberies sprinkled in the story. Overall, a great story that I would recommend to anyone looking for something fun to read.
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