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Apr 29, Becca rated it really liked it I never would have picked this up if reviews had not mentioned that Wildes likes to write about two romances in a single story. I was not disappointed. The main romance is between Lady Wynn and the Duke of Rothay. Lady Wynn had an emotionally and physically abusive husband and has been known throughout the ton for an icy facade she adopts to protect herself after her husband died.
The I never would have picked this up if reviews had not mentioned that Wildes likes to write about two romances in a single story. Both of these characters try to put the past behind them and find comfort together. This romance had elements of sexual awakening, slow trust building, and very sweet romantic moments. Annabel had been in love with Derek, but catching him with another woman shortly after he had kissed her turned her love to disgust, and she tried to put her feelings behind her and became engaged to another man.
This romance lacked the depth of the other and I found myself skimming to get back to the other romance. These characters were not well developed and I thought their love for each other was not as deep and they behaved more selfishly.
It is breezy, nicely detailed, and romantic. I will definitely be reading more by her. One note for future readers. There are a few instances of use of the f word. I am not a fan of this, but in this story, it was used for deliberate crudity to inspire a reaction in another character and it made sense. It was used very infrequently so it was not an issue.
An Indecent Proposition
EMMA WILDES AN INDECENT PROPOSITION PDF