Wednesday, April 15, 2015
The Sum of All Kisses by Julia Quinn
Sarah Pleinsworth has never forgiven Hugh Prentice for the duel that exiled her cousin Daniel -- even though Hugh and Daniel have made up and Daniel has returned to England. Now she's being forced to spend a week with him during the week leading up to Daniel's wedding. Amazingly, she finds that she doesn't hate him as much as she thought she did. In fact, she might just be falling in love . . . .
This is the third Smythe-Smith book by Julia Quinn. It was just as enjoyable to read as the other books in the series. I did enjoy that she focused much more on the guy's perspective that is usual in a romance. Both main characters were also much more nuanced than usual with believable arcs in characterization and motivations. I'm looking forward to reading the next book in the series.