Hattie Wilkinson Meets Her Match
by Michelle Styles
What is it about:
In the eyes of the ton Hattie Wilkinson is a respectable widow, content with her safe, if somewhat modest life.
On the other hand Sir Christopher Foxton prides himself on being regarded as one of London’s most notorious rakes, with a particularly mischievous streak!
Upon their first meeting Kit threatens to shatter Hattie’s well-ordered peace—and her reputation!—if only she’ll allow herself to succumb to his playful advances. This time they’ve both finally met their match…
Set in July 1816 Tyne Valley
What did Voodoo Bride think of it:
I will confess I almost never read Historical Romances anymore, focusing more on Paranormal Romance and such. But I won this book in a giveaway and it did sound really nice so I picked it up soon after having received it.
This is a lovely read.
Hattie is a great heroine. She is strong and cares for those around her, but she's forgotten how to have fun herself. Luckily Kit enters her life and soon both of them discover they're a better match for each other than either one ever expected.
I loved seeing Hattie and Kit grow closer together. Hattie and Kit may seem to have very different personalities, but once you get to know more about them you can see why they fit together so well. The romance was sweet and touching in my opinion.
I did think that Kit had to grovel a bit too much at some point about something I thought wasn't something Hattie was allowed to hold against him, but that aside this book was a very enjoyable and satisfying read.
All in all I'm glad to have won this book and I will check out what other books Styles has written.
Why should you read it:
It's a lovely Historical Romance