Lord Trent Hawthorne finds himself married to a complete stranger. It isn't the wedding he had intended but there is no going back on the deal. He's determined to make the best of it and court his new wife.
Lady Adelaide Bell has always lived in her sister's shadow, and she's been content being there. When she finds herself thrust into the role as a new wife, she feels ill prepared for the task.
I'm always excited when I know there is a new book coming out by Kristi Ann Hunter. I wasn't disappointed with An Uncommon Courtship. It had been a little while since Kristi Ann's last book, so it took me a bit to remember and place the characters again, but I soon found myself swept into the story. The author has a way of allowing the reader to dive into the thoughts and actions of each of the characters, and in the process, you become a part of their lives and are sad when the book comes to a close. I hope the author's next book will be about Griffith.
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