LADY HENRIETTA WENTWORTH is not interested in the dictates of the day relating to marriage.  Satisfied with her life, if she will marry, it will be to someone she loves and chooses.  Her father does not insist she marry, until now.  ALEXANDER DURHAM BARRINGTON will make a suitable match.  All is settled between the families although Henrietta refuses to meet her betrothed until the day of their wedding.  A chance encounter with BARON NEVILLE DE RABY may provide a way out.  Will their plans provoke the intended result?
Okay, I am officially hooked by your book! And a pleasure to read such a well written chapter and not one typo within to make me scream! Blessings from your newest admiring fan. K. Lee.
@IreanneChambers YES!! I feel the same way. I loving trying to help readers see what beauty was in that era. And I adore the gardens! Thank you for writing in this genre!
@MarieHiggins thank you!  I love the regency era also and one of the things I love about reading this genre is being able to help the reader envision what I see with the great stately houses and their gardens :)  It is always fun to get lost in a garden :)
This plot sounds very intriguing. Of course I love this era anyway! :) And...I love how you've written about a maze. To me, having this in the story makes it romantic. :)
You have such fluent prose that I find it is practically flawless. Such writing is worthy of great praise! I'll be promoting this to some of my readers as I continue to read. I'm already loving Henrietta. I think she is marvellous as a lead :)
I love this! It has to be one of the best I have read. your descriptions are amazing :)