Saturday, September 26, 2015

Behind a Lady's Smile by Jane Goodger

Behind a Lady's Smile by Jane Goodger

This is book 1 in the Lost Heiresses series.

Mitch Campbell is hiking through Yosemite taking photographs when he feels as if someone is following him. Turns out he was right. Genevieve "Genny" Hayes is so startled when Mitch finds her, that she falls and breaks her leg. Mitch soon learns that Genny needs help making her way to England to meet her grandparents, the Duke and Duchess of Glastonbury. Seeing a way to finally open his photography studio, Mitch agrees to get her to her grandparents as soon as her leg is healed.

Genny has grown-up in the wilderness without a true understanding of how a young lady should behave. And she really doesn't understand why she gets a funny feeling when she is around Mitch.  They soon find their way to New York where they spend some time with Mitch's mother and Genny is taught some of the things she needs to know to be presentable in England.

The voyage across the ocean brings Mitch and Genny closer than ever. Can their romance survive their meeting the Duke and Duchess?

This was a good story to read. It just seemed a bit farfetched in the level of trust that Genny had for Mitch. I found myself continuing to read, just to see what would happen when Genny finally met her grandparents.

Not one of my favorites of Goodger's, but still an enjoyable read.

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Thanks go out to Kensington Books via NetGalley for a copy of the book in exchange of an honest review.

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