Written by Julia Quinn.

Miranda has been keeping a diary ever since she was ten. A boy she then hero-worshiped suggested it. Now they are both grown up and he’s become a widower. He’s changed from a considerate youth to an embittered man.

Miranda still loves him but she isn’t sure if he is capable of loving after his wretched marriage.

This was a solid Regency. Although many of the situations were typical,  Quinn made them seem fresh an satisfying.

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