Rane Aria

 Just reading ,crocheting, and enjoying naps

Lady Emma's Dilemma - Rhonda Woodward, Rhonda Woodword A theme I always love to read is that of second chances and for Lady Emma and Baron Jack Devreux, their second chance at love was a long time coming. Thirteen years both Emma and Jack were young and in love, Jack building back his estate after his father nearly ruined it and Emma the shining star on the ton. Due to Emma's family being against the match, Jack and Emma decided to run away and elope but before they can go far fears and youth drive them apart until years later Emma's return to Society and meeting Jack again sets them up to go full circle. The story was that of pure fluff, simple and to the point with the characters on center stage with the secondary characters were just that and moved the story along. Both Emma and Jack have their disagreements, but seem to always get tossed back together and this opens up their chance to finally clear up their long overdue misunderstanding. "You are faced with quite the dilemma." he finally said, his lips still against her ear. Opening her passion heavy lids, she pulled back and met his gaze "Dilemma?" "You may hate me, but, my dear Lady Fallbrook, you want me just as much" Now I found this the most glaring problem overall in the whole story, it was the big misunderstanding and the duration of years which I found a little unbelievable. Still I think this gave them a chance to grow up as adults and not rush head long into something their weren't ready for yet. Adorable and fun read that hit the fluff spot!