Tuesday, July 12, 2016

Book Review: An Elegant Facade

I have another book review for Bethany House to share today. I've never read so much in the summer before! But seeing as how I am still laid up with this ankle and am very limited to how much I can walk, there isn't much more for me to do.

Today's review is for An Elegant Facade by Kristi Ann Hunter. This is the second book that Kristi has written from what I understand.
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An Elegant Facade is the second book in the Hawthorne House series by Hunter, but I thought it stood on it's own as well. I would like to read the first book now though. The story begins in 1800 in England and Lady Georgina Hawthorne is quite the snooty socialite (on the outside anyway). She knows she must marry well, but Colin McCrae, who doesn't have a title, keeps showing up and he is not what she would consider 'marrying well'.

While it seems she has everything going for her, Lady Georgina has a secret that she is keeping hidden and Colin is getting too close for comfort in finding out her secret.

As much as the two have decided early on that they want nothing to do with the other, sparks fly and they are drawn to each other.

This book was so much fun to read, that I'm looking forward to reading the first book, which highlights Georgina's sister Miranda.

**I received this book for free from Bethany House in exchange for my honest review.**

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