A Reader's Opinion: RUNAWAY WALLFLOWER by Bianca Blythe


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RUNAWAY WALLFLOWER by Bianca Blythe
 

A READER'S OPINION

A charming story that will make you giggle! Who doesn't love a high sea adventure with a smart heroine and attractive captain? Runaway Wallflower is the fourth story in Bianca Blythe's Matchmaking Wallflowers series. If you love Regency historical romances, then this book is perfect for you. You should give it a chance. You won't be disappointed! It tells the story of Louisa and Rupert. Louisa is a brave, smart, and independent woman who is also the inventor of a diving device! How refreshing! She dreams of living a high sea adventure. Unfortunately, her parents have planned a marriage of convenience to a man who doesn't love her. Rupert is the attractive captain who owns the Sapphire Princess, and an ex-member of the Royal Navy. In order to run away to avoid the marriage, she boards his ship under the disguise of a young man. Then the fun begins! During their sea journey, Rupert and Louisa will share their deepest secrets and fall in love! Sparks will flare all over! I have to say that some scenes are so cute and hilarious! Let yourself be swept away on a journey to the Caribbean and enjoy the fun between these two charming characters. Runaway Wallflower is well written, filled with intrigue and romance with a touch of humor. I strongly recommend this beautiful story! I'm looking forward to read her next book, A Marquess for Convenience. This author never disappoints me!

 

Star Rating: 5 Stars | Content Rating: 5 Hearts | Reviewed by: Nicole Laverdure

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BOOK SYNOPSIS

One Disastrous Debutante

Ever since Louisa Carmichael's brother unexpectedly inherited a dukedom, her mother's expectations for her have veered in a distinctly vertical direction. Louisa dreams not of glittering ball gowns, but of exploring the tropical waters of the Caribbean with her latest invention, an underwater breathing apparatus.

One Roguish Sea Captain

Lord Rupert Haywood, future Duke of Belmonte, has no desire to manage an estate with his corrupt father. He prefers to roam the ocean with his crew of rugged pirates.

One Forbidden Journey

When her mother arranges a marriage for her, Louisa decides she might just don a pair of breeches and discover the Caribbean in disguise. The only problem is a certain very handsome captain...

Genre: Historical Romance - Regency

Print Length: 217 pages

Publication Date: January 3, 2017

 

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