Miss Winters Proposes by Frances Fowlkes

Miss Winters Proposes (Entangled Scandalous) - Frances Fowlkes

I really liked Juliet from the beginning.  I love when a historical heroine takes charge and steps outside their traditional role - it's what makes it exciting.  When she not only insists on marrying Benjamin, but kidnaps his best friend (even if it's just a dog) to make sure he plays along, I was all for her little scheme.  I was even more for it once I met her alternative <shudder>.

Where the book lost me a little was Benjamin himself.  I never really grew to like him.  He was overly concerned about his dog and while I understand why he would be upset with Juliet - he really treated her like crap.  He does defend her against others that would harm her, but he isn't all that great himself most of time.

I really enjoyed his sister and her husband - they were a bit of comic relief for the two very serious main characters.  I just really wanted a guy I could fall in love with.

*This book was received in exchange for an honest review*

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