But despite their growing esteem for one another, the couple faces an insurmountable problem: Lady Catherine has set her sights on a rich, well-connected man for her daughter, and Mr. Talbot is simply too common. With their love in jeopardy, the couple soon faces far graver problems. There has been a murder in Brighton, and Anne is innocently drawn into an amateur investigation that ultimately traces its roots to her own family. With a frightening foreshadowing regarding the de Bourghs, Anne begins to question whom she can truly trust.
This is so much more than just a regency romance novel. This story is really about Anne herself, and how she learns to express her own opinions and to become comfortable being who she truly is; instead of just following everything her mother expects her to do. I found myself rooting for Anne. Rooting for her to speak her opinions and wishes and to not just blindly follow everything her mother asked of her. Anne finds herself thrown into a murder mystery and along the way she begins to fall for Mr. Talbot. Her mother doesn't approve, but Anne's heart says otherwise. Can Anne truly find herself and true love, all while solving a murder? This book is one regency romance you do not want to pass by!
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