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The Inconvenient Marriage of Charlotte Beck Review

444821: The Inconvenient Marriage of Charlotte Beck The Inconvenient Marriage of Charlotte Beck
By Kathleen Y’Barbo / WaterBrook Press

When a man whose price is his family name meets a woman who wishes to buy her freedom, their growing attraction causes their marriage of convenience to become quite inconvenient. Will the heiress intent on freedom succumb to the reluctant astronomer with stars in his eyes?

My Review:

This was a fun read for me. I love historical romances and this one did not disappoint. It became a quick read because I didn’t want to put it down and I really hated that the story ended. When a book is that good many times I find that I will read it again later.  Kathleen Y’Barbo does an excellent job keeping her readers attention and telling a story that you could see playing out right before your eyes. I really think this would make a great movie. She knows how to really give the characters that perfect chemistry that draws you into the story. 

The two main characters were almost like the perfect opposites attract type of couple. Charlotte wants nothing to do with marriage she is really more interested in learning about business. Alex would rather be looking at the stars than in the creature pushed in front of him. However, circumstances pull these two together and there journey together becomes a classic story of learning that God will sometimes lead us in the opposite direction of where we think we should go. You must read this one for yourself.

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