Kristi Ann Hunter – AN INCONVENIENT BEAUTY (A Review)

An Inconvenient Beauty /by Kristi Ann Hunter  (Hawthorne House, 4)
Bethany House     ISBN     9780764218279
Adult Rating: 4

Kristi Ann Hunter  pens her fourth book in the historical fiction series set in 1800s (Regency England) featuring the Hawthorne siblings.

In An Inconvenient Beauty, Griffith Hawthorne, a rational, well-ordered man, identifies the perfect woman to be his wife – Frederica St. Claire. Griffith – the Duke of Riverton  –  is determined to court Frederica, who is secretly enamored with another gentleman. Since Frederica isn’t interested in Griffith, she keeps putting her beautiful cousin Isabella Breckenridge in his path.

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Hunter writes with historical detail, telling the story with humor and courtly romance. Hunter’s books are a delight to read, filled with excellent character development. Characters from earlier books reappear in support roles, to the delight of her fans.

Carol R. Gehringer

Earlier Series Titles: The Noble Masquerade, An Elegant Façade, and An Uncommon Courtship.

Disclaimer: Book reviews are my honest opinion of books I either purchased or received free of cost from the publishers, publicists, and/or authors. I am not required to write reviews, nor to even post positive reviews.

 

 

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