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He mistook her for a child. She thought he was a ghost. Their love story...? It was off to a very rocky start. It was all just a series of misunderstandings, really. It wasn't as though Miss Louisa ever intentionally sought out trouble. How was she to know that the Marquess, who everyone hoped would propose to her elder sister, would happen upon her in a ballroom, dancing a He mistook her for a child. She thought he was a ghost. Their love story...? It was off to a very rocky start. It was all just a series of misunderstandings, really. It wasn't as though Miss Louisa ever intentionally sought out trouble. How was she to know that the Marquess, who everyone hoped would propose to her elder sister, would happen upon her in a ballroom, dancing alone in the middle of the night? They'd narrowly averted a scandal on that one. Or that time he'd caught her tumbling out a window... No one could have seen that coming. Really, when her family shipped her off to the School of Charm to keep her from causing any more damage to her perfect sister's reputation, Louisa had done her very best to avoid attention. Particularly the attention of the Marquess in question. But when the Marquess arrives in town, her best laid plans are put to the test. For he seems intent of dragging her into the spotlight. And when the two of them are together, it's not just Louisa that's in trouble... It's her heart.


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He mistook her for a child. She thought he was a ghost. Their love story...? It was off to a very rocky start. It was all just a series of misunderstandings, really. It wasn't as though Miss Louisa ever intentionally sought out trouble. How was she to know that the Marquess, who everyone hoped would propose to her elder sister, would happen upon her in a ballroom, dancing a He mistook her for a child. She thought he was a ghost. Their love story...? It was off to a very rocky start. It was all just a series of misunderstandings, really. It wasn't as though Miss Louisa ever intentionally sought out trouble. How was she to know that the Marquess, who everyone hoped would propose to her elder sister, would happen upon her in a ballroom, dancing alone in the middle of the night? They'd narrowly averted a scandal on that one. Or that time he'd caught her tumbling out a window... No one could have seen that coming. Really, when her family shipped her off to the School of Charm to keep her from causing any more damage to her perfect sister's reputation, Louisa had done her very best to avoid attention. Particularly the attention of the Marquess in question. But when the Marquess arrives in town, her best laid plans are put to the test. For he seems intent of dragging her into the spotlight. And when the two of them are together, it's not just Louisa that's in trouble... It's her heart.

30 review for The Misunderstanding of Miss Louisa

  1. 4 out of 5

    Elaine

    This was such a lovely story. Louisa was funny and sweet. Just a couple of kisses, which sometimes make a change from the hotter stories - something a bit different. This is a good series so far. 5☆

  2. 4 out of 5

    Cheryl

    4.5 stars I did enjoy this light hearted story. Louisa was thought of as troublesome and wilful by her parents but although she had a tendency to be clumsy, her intentions were good. She was always in the shadow of her sister and she always felt as thought she was second best in the eyes of her parents. Lawrence Rivulet, Marquess of Tumberland, is always seen as a severe, humourless man. However, he finds that Louisa is one person who brings joy into his life, to him she is like a breath of fresh 4.5 stars I did enjoy this light hearted story. Louisa was thought of as troublesome and wilful by her parents but although she had a tendency to be clumsy, her intentions were good. She was always in the shadow of her sister and she always felt as thought she was second best in the eyes of her parents. Lawrence Rivulet, Marquess of Tumberland, is always seen as a severe, humourless man. However, he finds that Louisa is one person who brings joy into his life, to him she is like a breath of fresh air. However, her parents have him marked out as a suitor for Lousia’s sister. This will bring a smile to your face at some of the situations Louisa gets herself into. This was a most entertaining read. I received a copy and have voluntarily reviewed it. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Susan

    Such a wonderfully sweet story! Loved Louisa and Tumberland! I’m anxiously awaiting more of this series!

  4. 5 out of 5

    B. D. Mann

    My first experience with Maggie Dallen’s work was when I read the first Novella in the School of Charm series. Now that I have finished the second novella in the series I am still impressed with her work. The writeup on Amazon is silent as to whether or not the novellas of this series work well as stand-alone offerings. Based on my experience with this second story in the series, I suppose one could have a reasonable reading experience without having read the opening novella; however, I definite My first experience with Maggie Dallen’s work was when I read the first Novella in the School of Charm series. Now that I have finished the second novella in the series I am still impressed with her work. The writeup on Amazon is silent as to whether or not the novellas of this series work well as stand-alone offerings. Based on my experience with this second story in the series, I suppose one could have a reasonable reading experience without having read the opening novella; however, I definitely recommend reading the opening novella first. If you do not, you will be struggling to “read between the lines” as the story progresses. If you subscribe to Kindle Unlimited, I recommend you download all five stories and read them in sequence. I am already reading the third story and have found that both the second and third stories have their roots in the opening novella. I really enjoyed the chemistry between Louisa and Lawrence, the Marquess of Tumberland, our protagonists. Louisa’s family is in grave financial peril due to the manipulations of an unscrupulous Baron. It appears that their only solution is to sell a prime piece of land and, at the same time, bring about the marriage of their elder daughter, Margaret, to a wealthy man with deep pockets. Their sights are set upon our hero, Lawrence, the Marquess of Tumberland. Our heroine is the younger daughter, Louisa, who seems to have a penchant for making socially unacceptable blunders. One of those blunders takes place in the early morning hours after a ball hosted by Louisa’s parents who are trying to make a match with Lawrence and their elder daughter, Margaret. Nineteen-year-old Louisa had been forbidden to attend the ball, but, unable to sleep and thinking everyone else is asleep, she makes her way to the ballroom and pretends to dance the waltz with a long-deceased ancestor whose portrait hangs in the hallway. While dancing she is discovered by Lord Tumberland. He, thinking she is a child, begins to dance with her. Suddenly, Louisa’s father appears and demands to know what is going on. Startled, Louisa said she thought she was dancing with a ghost and Lord Tumberland, also stumbling for a response, said he thought he was dancing with a child. Thus, our protagonists meet and the events leading to the HEA ending are put into play. Five-stars for this well-told story.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Pascale

    Charming the Firecracker 🧨 -‘This was just about the most mixed-up courtship he’d ever heard of, and it hadn’t even properly begun.’- This book was truly delightful! Generally, I am not a fan of regency stories. I find them stuffy and boring. However, this one was anything but! I enjoyed the humour and the misadventures of clumsy and impulsive Louisa. There is a previous story and a backstory that left me at a disadvantage of knowledge since I hadn’t read the previous book, so it would be best to Charming the Firecracker 🧨 -‘This was just about the most mixed-up courtship he’d ever heard of, and it hadn’t even properly begun.’- This book was truly delightful! Generally, I am not a fan of regency stories. I find them stuffy and boring. However, this one was anything but! I enjoyed the humour and the misadventures of clumsy and impulsive Louisa. There is a previous story and a backstory that left me at a disadvantage of knowledge since I hadn’t read the previous book, so it would be best to read it first. However, I heartily recommend this book.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Robyn Echols

    Louisa Is a Hoot We all know people like Louisa. They always seem to find trouble. They stick their foot in their mouths at the most inopportune time. They mean well, but... I loved the characters in this book, even the critical parents who could not deal with a child so unlike her "perfect" sister. It was fun seeing how this author brought her together with the perfect man for her. Well written and a pleasure to read. Louisa Is a Hoot We all know people like Louisa. They always seem to find trouble. They stick their foot in their mouths at the most inopportune time. They mean well, but... I loved the characters in this book, even the critical parents who could not deal with a child so unlike her "perfect" sister. It was fun seeing how this author brought her together with the perfect man for her. Well written and a pleasure to read.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Kaye

    ONE SPECTACULAR SENSATION!!! Game on! Maggie takes the load off this enticing wonder, spinning such a beautifully composed work of art with an enchanting storyline and gripping plot, melds this little fella together seamlessly. Enthralled by the instant awareness and charged atmosphere, along with a bevy of thrilling twists and wicked turns, tempting our characters in ways they could have never envisioned. A tumultuous whirlwind of enticing circumstances and quirky mishaps, propels those churning ONE SPECTACULAR SENSATION!!! Game on! Maggie takes the load off this enticing wonder, spinning such a beautifully composed work of art with an enchanting storyline and gripping plot, melds this little fella together seamlessly. Enthralled by the instant awareness and charged atmosphere, along with a bevy of thrilling twists and wicked turns, tempting our characters in ways they could have never envisioned. A tumultuous whirlwind of enticing circumstances and quirky mishaps, propels those churning emotions into play, blasting this little gem into a tailspin with an life-altering culmination. Satisfaction is an understatement, this baby comes packing a punch that's sure to please, putting our characters through their paces, launching this baby to staggering heights. Rousting the drama, humor, intrigue, turmoil, mounting suspense and calamitous situations along with a boatload of mayhem while dodging chaos, you have one chart topping masterpiece. Braided, coiled and interwoven, exposing the explosive ups and agonizing downs, grounding in it's strength and awe inspiring in it's depth. The characters, banter, interactions, electrifying atmosphere along with relatable qualities and individual traits, blend and flow, transforming into genuinely charismatic personalities. The scenes are written with such realism, impressive talent and unique insight, blasts this sparkling jewel to life, making the storyline pop. Remarkable job Maggie, thanks for sharing this treasure with us.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Margaret Watkins

    Miss Louisa cannot seem to help herself. Even when trying to keep a low profile, trouble still finds her. Of course, she was obeying the letter of the law when she went down to the ballroom to dance in the early hours of the morning, but she did not ask for her parents' esteemed visitor to mistake her for a child and thinking he was doing a kindly deed, to start dancing with her. As Louisa's woes are multiplied, so does Lord Tumberland's interest in her grow. She is a breath of fresh air, guilel Miss Louisa cannot seem to help herself. Even when trying to keep a low profile, trouble still finds her. Of course, she was obeying the letter of the law when she went down to the ballroom to dance in the early hours of the morning, but she did not ask for her parents' esteemed visitor to mistake her for a child and thinking he was doing a kindly deed, to start dancing with her. As Louisa's woes are multiplied, so does Lord Tumberland's interest in her grow. She is a breath of fresh air, guileless, spontaneous and, Oh! so frustrating! There is an underlying tension in this novel as Louisa's family battle to find a solution to their woes. Their desperation makes them seem harsh and uncaring and Louisa is on the receiving end of their wrath. However, she does have friends that believe in her and to some extent, they take the sting out of the barbs that lodge in her heart. This novel is romantic and witty with a delightful heroine and a hero to make one sigh with pleasure. The story is part of a series and although characters from the first book appear in this one too, it is nevertheless a standalone and comes to a delightfully happy close. I received a copy of this novel as a gift and this is my honest and voluntary review.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Janet

    4.25 Stars He mistook her for a child. She thought he was a ghost. It was all just a series of misunderstandings, really. It wasn't as though Miss Louisa ever intentionally sought out trouble. How was she to know that the Marquis who everyone hoped would propose to her elder sister would happen upon her in a ballroom, dancing alone in the middle of the night? They'd narrowly averted a scandal on that one. Or that time he'd caught her tumbling out a window... No one could have seen that coming. Re 4.25 Stars He mistook her for a child. She thought he was a ghost. It was all just a series of misunderstandings, really. It wasn't as though Miss Louisa ever intentionally sought out trouble. How was she to know that the Marquis who everyone hoped would propose to her elder sister would happen upon her in a ballroom, dancing alone in the middle of the night? They'd narrowly averted a scandal on that one. Or that time he'd caught her tumbling out a window... No one could have seen that coming. Really, when her family shipped her off to the School of Charm to keep her from causing any more damage to her perfect sister's reputation, Louisa had done her very best to avoid attention. A fun entertaining read, which had me laughing out loud, it really lifted my mood & was pure escapism for a few hours. I loved Louisa who was a breath of fresh air & how she brought Lawrence alive. It was lovely seeing how hard & fast the upright Lawrence fell for Louisa. A well written read with strong characters, I thoroughly disliked Louisa’s parents who didn’t value her at all. There’s the ongoing investigation into the villain which isn't resolved but evidence is building! My honest review is for a special copy I voluntarily read

  10. 5 out of 5

    Pat Bettinger

    Louisa Purchase was a fun character. Full of life, curiosity, with a little thirst for adventure. She was also always saying or doing the wrong things around her family and casting a bad light on her older sister according to her parents. Off the ship her to the School of Charm. While still at home she had met the Lawrence Rivulet the Marquess of Tumberland while she is dancing in her nightgown in the ballroom thinking all have gone to bed. She was restless and he was on his way to his room when Louisa Purchase was a fun character. Full of life, curiosity, with a little thirst for adventure. She was also always saying or doing the wrong things around her family and casting a bad light on her older sister according to her parents. Off the ship her to the School of Charm. While still at home she had met the Lawrence Rivulet the Marquess of Tumberland while she is dancing in her nightgown in the ballroom thinking all have gone to bed. She was restless and he was on his way to his room when he saw her dancing and thought she was a child. He comes up behind her and means to make her dance fun but gets a surprise when he takes hold of her from behind. She had been dreaming of a pirate whose picture is in her home. They are caught in the ballroom by her father and some others but manage to get out of a compromising situation. Her parents are hoping Lawerence will ask for her sister's hand in marriage. There is a money situation that makes is imperative her sister marries well. Lots of funny and interesting situations occur as well as a run in with a villain before we get our happy ending for two people who belong together.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Vibliophile

    (4.5 stars) - A fun Regency romp Louisa is a vivacious thing always one step away from disaster. Everyone thinks Lord Tumberland is a very sober, decorous man, but he's actually just struggling with unrelenting boredom & has such a very British dry sense of humor that most people don't pick up on it. The scandalous scrapes Louisa gets into are amusing, & the exchanges she has with Tumberland are even funnier. Louisa lights him up inside, and they are a perfect match for each other EXCEPT for the l (4.5 stars) - A fun Regency romp Louisa is a vivacious thing always one step away from disaster. Everyone thinks Lord Tumberland is a very sober, decorous man, but he's actually just struggling with unrelenting boredom & has such a very British dry sense of humor that most people don't pick up on it. The scandalous scrapes Louisa gets into are amusing, & the exchanges she has with Tumberland are even funnier. Louisa lights him up inside, and they are a perfect match for each other EXCEPT for the little detail that her family expects him to court Louisa's sister, Margaret, and considers her to be not just in the way, but detrimental to the family's prospects. It's a fun, lighthearted story, and furthers one of the plot strands from book 1 with Adelaide, which presumably will be completed with the series conclusion. *Clean romance level: sweet kisses, nothing graphic

  12. 4 out of 5

    JANET SMITH

    Another Enjoyable Story The second book in this new series and what a gem. The cover of the book is striking, and the story well written. This is the story of Louisa Purchase and Lawrence, Marquess of Tumderland, what a sweetie Louisa is, because she is felt to be an embarrassment by her parents, and to some extent her placid sister, she has been shipped off to the 'Charm School' She is vivacious, and full of life and as a consequence things happen to her that shouldn't, but she wouldn't hurt a s Another Enjoyable Story The second book in this new series and what a gem. The cover of the book is striking, and the story well written. This is the story of Louisa Purchase and Lawrence, Marquess of Tumderland, what a sweetie Louisa is, because she is felt to be an embarrassment by her parents, and to some extent her placid sister, she has been shipped off to the 'Charm School' She is vivacious, and full of life and as a consequence things happen to her that shouldn't, but she wouldn't hurt a soul and fortunately the one person she thought might look down on her, Lord Tumberland is the one person who sees her for who and what she is, and allows her to be just so. It was nice to see Lord Tolston's cousin Gregory, who is a charmer in his own right. The story was entertaining and a joy to read. I'm pleased that a Happy Ending was achieved. I would thoroughly recommend the book and look forward to reading Delilah's story.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Raquel

    Loved this book! While I loved the first book in this series this one is my favorite. Poor Louisa seems to always find herself in trouble no matter how hard she tried but when she’s caught dancing in the dark with a stranger it’s the last straw even though she thought he was a ghost. Months later Lord Tumberland is still thinking of the fairy like Louisa but there’s just one problem he’s meant to marry her sister and save their family from ruin. Lord Tumberland is bored with his life but the spa Loved this book! While I loved the first book in this series this one is my favorite. Poor Louisa seems to always find herself in trouble no matter how hard she tried but when she’s caught dancing in the dark with a stranger it’s the last straw even though she thought he was a ghost. Months later Lord Tumberland is still thinking of the fairy like Louisa but there’s just one problem he’s meant to marry her sister and save their family from ruin. Lord Tumberland is bored with his life but the spark Louisa brings to his life is like nothing before and she’s just what he needs. Louisa is just perfect for Lawrence with her quirky and spontaneous personality. Absolutely loved this sweet and fun read can’t wait for the next one. Voluntarily read and reviewed an arc of this book

  14. 4 out of 5

    Reva Parks

    Another one of Maggie's humourous stories with a plot full of danger and trouble with a capital T. Miss Louisa is so known for the inappropriate but thoroughly innocent trouble she causes she is sent off to a Charm School so as not to distract from her family's attempt to attract their neighbor to court her perfect sister so the Marquess Tumberland can save them from financial disaster. It turns out Lawrence is in need of being saved himself from a life of drudgery and boring responsibilities. H Another one of Maggie's humourous stories with a plot full of danger and trouble with a capital T. Miss Louisa is so known for the inappropriate but thoroughly innocent trouble she causes she is sent off to a Charm School so as not to distract from her family's attempt to attract their neighbor to court her perfect sister so the Marquess Tumberland can save them from financial disaster. It turns out Lawrence is in need of being saved himself from a life of drudgery and boring responsibilities. He falls in love at first sight of a young girl dancing in a dark ballroom-in her nightrail with flaming red hair braided down her back. Subsequent meetings produce likewise surprisingly inappropriate but intriguingly funny results eventually leading to a HEA

  15. 4 out of 5

    Roslyn Stillman

    Heartwarming, sweet, humourous, romantic, loving, sad, with an added dash of suspense. This book made my heart warm and brought joy to my day in the sad times we are going through. I loved this book and only put it down once to care for the family. Did I say I loved it? It is one of the best I have read for a while. There was no sex in this book, it is just pure sweetness and happiness. Miss Dallen outdid herself in this one. So looking forward to the next joyful read. I received this book as an Heartwarming, sweet, humourous, romantic, loving, sad, with an added dash of suspense. This book made my heart warm and brought joy to my day in the sad times we are going through. I loved this book and only put it down once to care for the family. Did I say I loved it? It is one of the best I have read for a while. There was no sex in this book, it is just pure sweetness and happiness. Miss Dallen outdid herself in this one. So looking forward to the next joyful read. I received this book as an ARC and freely give my review.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Lizette

    Sweet, quirky, funny and totally charming I was laughed on almost every page. Luisa is adventurous and genuine, and a fount of unusual, inspired ideas that she acts on with gusto. Lawrence is serious, responsible and bored with his life. Their first meetings are improbable ocurrences that include unexpectedly honest conversations. Their interactions sparkle with suspense and humor. Misinterpretations and surprises abound in this charming, humorous romance. You'll read with a smile on your face t Sweet, quirky, funny and totally charming I was laughed on almost every page. Luisa is adventurous and genuine, and a fount of unusual, inspired ideas that she acts on with gusto. Lawrence is serious, responsible and bored with his life. Their first meetings are improbable ocurrences that include unexpectedly honest conversations. Their interactions sparkle with suspense and humor. Misinterpretations and surprises abound in this charming, humorous romance. You'll read with a smile on your face to the very end. Don't miss this little gem.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Melissa

    Louisa and Lawrence are my favorite story, in this series. Louisa had some confidence issues but she was bright and entertaining. The situations she gets herself into are ridiculous but what is even better is her up beat outlook even afterwards. Lawrence was perfect. He has this reputation for being dour and but he adored Louisa just as she is. Very sweet. I voluntarily reviewed an advance copy of this book.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Marie Bourgery

    Poor Louisa who was always second best and a disappointment in her parents eyes. She keeps stumbling into trouble, but has such passion for life. Lawrence, the Marquess of Tumberland is staid and dry until Louise brings out his lighthearted fun side. I wanted to shake Louisa's mother for making her doubt Lawrence could want her over her sister. This was an opposites attract Regency romance plenty of sweet and funny moments. Poor Louisa who was always second best and a disappointment in her parents eyes. She keeps stumbling into trouble, but has such passion for life. Lawrence, the Marquess of Tumberland is staid and dry until Louise brings out his lighthearted fun side. I wanted to shake Louisa's mother for making her doubt Lawrence could want her over her sister. This was an opposites attract Regency romance plenty of sweet and funny moments.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Sherri Tutor

    I wish we could do 4.5 stars. I really enjoyed this book. Louisa has a way of finding trouble more matter where she goes, but she's feisty and witty. Lawrence is a Marquess and is known to be boring and serious but when he's around Louisa, she understands him and his dry sense of humor. Of course, there is a complication for them to be together, her family wants him to marry her sister. Will they be able to be together? I highly recommend this book and the series. I wish we could do 4.5 stars. I really enjoyed this book. Louisa has a way of finding trouble more matter where she goes, but she's feisty and witty. Lawrence is a Marquess and is known to be boring and serious but when he's around Louisa, she understands him and his dry sense of humor. Of course, there is a complication for them to be together, her family wants him to marry her sister. Will they be able to be together? I highly recommend this book and the series.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Merrilyn

    A Charming Story Somewhere early in her life, Louisa’s family decided she was trouble as she was always embarrassing them with something she’d done. She tried to “be perfect” like her older sister Margaret, but embarrassing situations still kept happening. The biggest problem with that was that she felt unwanted and unloved with her only friend being Sir Edward, a man long dead, who’s portrait hung in her family home. See what happens one night when she dances with him.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Jillian

    What a lovely story This was just a happy lovely story. Louise was just a breath of fresh air as far as heroines go in the regency genre of books. I loved her zest for life and how she found someone who she could be free with. Very sweet, clean story. I could start reading this all over again right now. Rating: G

  22. 4 out of 5

    Elzeth

    DNF I liked the previous book fine as just a sweet diversion. Unfortunately, I hated this one and set it aside at 25%. I did not like Louisa or the way she was set up to garner sympathy from the reader mostly by having everyone compare her to her sister, but what I think really put that last nail in the coffin was: CAN THESE GIRLS JUST BE OF AVERAGE HEIGHT FOR ONCE.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Deborah KV

    Could have been cute This story may appleal to many; definitely so given the ratings. But while it is otherwise a simple cute romance, the heroine is way too immature for me. So, unfortunately I was annoyed with her for the entire novel. I'm only happy that it was such a short story. Could have been cute This story may appleal to many; definitely so given the ratings. But while it is otherwise a simple cute romance, the heroine is way too immature for me. So, unfortunately I was annoyed with her for the entire novel. I'm only happy that it was such a short story.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Regina

    Perfectly light, fluffy and funny! <3 Louisa is just a disaster waiting to happen, and the perfect match for sarcastic, bored-out-of-his-skull (I'm paraphrasing) Lawrence. HR may not be my preferred ;-) genre, but I simply had too much fun with these two. 5/5 silly stars Perfectly light, fluffy and funny! <3 Louisa is just a disaster waiting to happen, and the perfect match for sarcastic, bored-out-of-his-skull (I'm paraphrasing) Lawrence. HR may not be my preferred ;-) genre, but I simply had too much fun with these two. 5/5 silly stars

  25. 5 out of 5

    Angela

    Cute, cute, cute. Low on angst but high on charm. Another nice story in the School of Charm series. Louisa is a bit eccentric but it is just what Lawrence needs. These two are a pair and their lovely romance is very sweet. I received a complimentary copy from the author.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Patricia Wissore

    The story was nice as well as the hero and heroine. Almost too sickening sweet. Sadly Louisa seemed like she had some type of mental problem and Lawrence was humoring her with it being portrayed as love. Not my cup of tea, but others might like it.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Kim Power

    A gem of a novella A sweet romance, a coming of age, a charming hero and a loveable heroine. It’s not a complex story, rather a take on Cinderella, minus the ugly sister. But take on its own merits, it’s a diamond of the first water.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Carol Guthrie

    Louisa is adorable! I am happy to have been introduced in this light, humorous, and enjoyable novel.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Katrina

    There’s actually not a whole lot that happens in this book. 🤷‍♀️

  30. 5 out of 5

    Marjorie

    Sweet love story This was a good book. I like the way it kept me tickled. Lawerence and Louisa was meant for each other.

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