” For all you know, you’ve never left a woman truly satisfied in all your years of raking? Rakedom? Rakehood? Is there a proper word to use to describe this activity?”
First off thank you to Simon and Schuster for my ARC of TLATL.
Martha Waters does an amazing job writing regency romance with a dash of a few modern topics.
Diana and Jeremy are ready to strike a deal. 1oo pounds he is married within the year and he pays up.
But neither of these bullheaded individuals expected their own arrangement come to fruition.
By my chosen quote you can presume that Jeremy is… oh how would we modern women say?… A
With his nice jawline, gorgeous hair and insufferable confidence, Diana rolls her eyes more often than night at his side smirks.
We all know what makes a good Regency Romance is the “I’m a man with baggage who cannot give you all of himself outside of my body” theme and MW nailed it.
Well… until she gets to be the women to set Jeremy straight and show him what it is to truly “care” for a woman.
Also I’ve always wanted to use this GIF in a review…. and now is the TIME TO SHINE
What I Loved:
-the BANTER, enemies to lovers… that’s all you need
-the side characters and “girl talks”
-the time period
-easy, quick and full and smiles
– Diana thinks feelings are icky… therefore Diana is me.
What was missing:
-ummmm more 🔥🔥🔥
Trope- enemies to lovers
Steam level- I would call it educational… 🔥🔥/5