"Utterly delightful friends-to-lovers story. This is by far the funniest that I've read, and the most adorable too."
~ Buried Under Romance
James Hargrave, Earl of Arden, urgently needs a wife. He's resigned himself to a marriage of convenience and has even chosen a bride: Kate Honeycourt, his best friend's sister.
Kate has been on the shelf for years. Why, then, does she so firmly turn him down? Surely she can't be holding out for a love match?
But Kate has a proposal of her own: she'll find James a bride he can fall in love with.
Armed with a list of requirements, Kate sets out to find James the perfect wife. But things don't progress as either of them expect…
A Regency romance featuring an earl who needs to marry in a hurry, the spinster he turns to for help, and a list that grows…and grows…and grows.
(The Earl's Dilemma was previously published under the penname Emily May.)
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About the Author
She loves to travel and has lived in Sweden, backpacked in Europe and North America, and traveled overland in the Middle East, China, and North Africa. Her varied career includes stints as a field assistant in Antarctica and a waitress on the Isle of Skye.
Emily writes historical romances as Emily Larkin and fantasy novels as Emily Gee. Her websites are www.emilylarkin.com and www.emilygee.com.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This book uses a familiar theme in a new way and comes through with a very good read. I am looking forward to more from her.
Great read. Delightful characters caught up in a plot that has been used before but appears fresh and fast paced. Your heart goes out to Kate who is set on finding a wife for the man she loves, James. He in turn realizes that he really loves Kate but she will not believe him. Throw in a troupe of added characters such as Kate's brother Harry, her best friend Lizzy , an eccentric aunt and all the hopefuls and you have a novel you can't put down.
Not a novella. Enjoyed it greatly. How does he break through to her after she heard his ill-advised words about her?
Prefer more happening, is a novella