Book Review: Two in the Bush

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I truly enjoyed this book. It’s one of the best I’ve read this year. After suffering through several years in an unhappy marriage, Genevieve is widowed. She wants nothing more than to recover her former lifestyle and secure happy futues for her children. Her son has had to grow up fast to work the family farm and make it profitable again. But Genevieve is concerned with her teenage daughter’s obsession with gothic romances.

Since Genevieve’s finances won’t allow her to present her daughter during the London season, she is grateful when a friend agrees to present her.

They travel to London for the season and hopefully to find a husband for her daughter. But since her friend’s brother seems perfect for her daughter why is Genevieve feeling a stirring in herself? And why does she always seem to embarass herself in front of him? Will she be able to put her feelings aside for her daughter? Time will tell…

I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this review voluntarily.

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