When it’s Lucinda Barrett turn to give her lessons in love, she already has her eye on one gentleman, who will keep her life uneventful. Lucinda’s lessons are going without a hitch and uneventful until Robert Carroway walks in to help her give her lessons a helping hand, and Lucinda’s and Roberts’ lives becomes very complicated The last of the The Lessons of Love Trilogy, this series was wonderful and ending on a very high note with England's Perfect Hero! Out of the three friends Lucinda is the straightlaced no nonsense thinking lady, when it’s her turn to give her lessons she chooses a man whom won’t complicate her life, someone whom would know taking care of her father the General. Lucinda’s lessons are going okay, until she runs into Robert Carroway, who offers his help to help her with her student as a trade for the roses she gave him. But when her thoughts turn to Robert then her student, and when she must clear Robert’s name, Lucinda’s in for her own lessons in love. Robert Carroway, was capture and tortured for seven months, and was almost killed, due to the tragic events, Robert has been in a state of being alive then living. Suffering from dark panic attacks, when a chance face to face encounter with Lucinda gives him the first step out his darkness, Robert offers to help Lucinda, but at the same time, sees a chance to get closer to her, but with his misgivings of being able to give her a normal life with him, Robert holds back, until events leads them to being tied together forever..in love... I loved both Lucinda and Robert but I was mostly looking forward to Robert or Bit’s story the most. Robert was the torture hero, whom lived day to day but wasn’t living until Lucinda walked into his life. With Lucinda, she was a fresh breeze to him, and as he helped her with her lessons, he was also getting a lesson on living, and giving Lucinda a lesson of her own to not just settle for less and easy. Robert clawed his way back from the dead, and knew Lucinda deserved more then to just settle. He showed Lucinda what it meant to go for more, but at the same time Lucinda taught Robert to be at peace with himself again. Robert was just amazing, as he waltzed with the wallflowers, proved to Lucinda’s father he wasn’t a traitor and learned to love and live again. Lucinda was raised by her father a great war General, she always puts others needs first, but always settled for less herself. Robert shows her a hard lot in life from his past, but shows her to go for the goal for herself and trust in love. Lucinda was kind and loved Robert and trusted him, when she knew her father couldn’t be counted on. This showed how she believed in Robert and his good heart. Robert’s family was as always very supported of Robert, it was funny the way each took care and helped Robert from Tristan dumping cold water on him to break him out of panic attack, to Andrew dancing a waltz with him( Andrew even hummed a offkey tune!) In the beginning of each chapter, there was a little snippet of Frankenstein, which gives the reader an insight of the upcoming chapter but SE took liberty with the timeline of Frankenstein as she refers to Mary Shelley by name when the first edition was published anonymously in 1818 the book’s time setting MS wasn't named the author until 1823. (yeah, my inner historian kicked in *sighs*)overall: The ending to the Lesson in Love Trilogy, and the England's Perfect Hero ..ends on a perfectly high note!