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In a novella Viscount Winfield Elliott narrates his search for a bride He proposes three times Felicia Whitingdon has youth beauty style grace and a handsome fortune Lady Lucille Eustice is a widow of impeccable social standing Caroline Hibbit is sweet and charming in every way Any one of these intoxicating treasures could make a man happy


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    I am usually on the same proverbial page as my beloved fellow romance addicts Even when I don't personally click with a certain popular author I can almost always understand her objective appeal to others Of course there are a couple of exceptions For example Jill Shalvis' stuff reads like a 12 year old's fanfic to me I've proven sadly incapable of understanding her wild popularity And on the other end of the spectrum I seem to love Victoria Alexander far thanwell than almost any of my otherwise similar you guys totally get me cyber friends This short novella which is really just an amusing account of the titular Lord Stillwell's various ill fated engagements isn't anywhere near her best work It does however epitomize a lot of the author's strengths and oh yeah maybe THAT'S why some don't like her weaknesses If you're looking for heart wrenching angst and tight innovative plotting this is totally not the author for you If you tire quickly of witty banter and dialogue and crave actual well actual STORY then be wary She does also include her share of tiresome 'misunderstandings' and 'ugh why don't they just TALK to each other like normal adults?' miscommunications So why doesn't this particularly bother me? Because honestly for me plots are so rarely a strength in romance novels and tiresome misunderstandings such an insanely common weakness that I'm sort of immune by now A great plot and a original organic and less frustrating conflict is certainly an appreciated bonus but it's not what factors most heavily into my opinion of a romance author's work What I DO care about most deeply are writing style and characterizations and Victoria Alexander's manage to charm me to no end Her prose and especially dialogue are just so phenomenally sharp smart and witty and there's enough genuine insight into life and love to give her books a sneaky amount of substance I think she's the funniest romance author this side of Tessa Dare and shameful whisper her humor generally works even better for me than Julia Quinn's Her heroes are root worthy and amusingly flawed without ever in my experience crossing that line into 'irredeemable bastard' territory Her characters have interests and talents and care deeply about friends and family in other words they're not solely defined by the central romance Alexander writes those friendships and familial relationships in ways that feel very authentic to me Even when I don't THINK I'm especially emotionally invested I somehow always find myself sighing and awww ing at her very well written sweet yet not saccharine endings And I'm not someone who does a lot of sighing and awwww ing Okay so in this novella the hero's real HEA comes in the next installment so there wasn't quite as much sighing and awwww ing here but you get the gist That's the subjective aspect to all reading experiences that's nearly impossible to describe and quantify I just feel awfully happy while I read these books I hope those with tastes that are similar to mine will give her a chance though I recommend you start with one of the books from the Effington series rather than this one