Wednesday, April 29, 2015
Autumn in Scotland by Karen Ranney
Charlotte is furious when her husband shows up after disappearing five years ago with her dowry a week after the wedding. She had finally gotten her school for girls going, but now he has ruined everything. What she doesn't know is that it isn't her husband, but his cousin who is now determined to solve his disappearance.
I thought the premise was interesting. However, I don't think that a person would have been able to continue the masquerade as long as the story did. I also think that Charlotte was extremely forgiving considering her feelings at the beginning of the book.