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Alistair Munro the Duke of Bridgwater is looking for love outside the bounds of polite society And that’s what he expects to receive when he rescues a seemingly disreputable girl in a colorf. The Plumed Bonnet is part of a series that starts with Dark Angel I have read the previous books some time ago and I never wrote the reviews but reading this one actually made me want to go back and revisit those soon In the beginning of this story we find Stephanie Gray walking along the road in a very colourful hat and destitute When the Duke of Bridgewater's carriage comes along he sees a lady of easy virtue who might help him pass a few comfortable hours and he offers her a ride Stephanie is naturally grateful and tells him the story of how she ended up like that and who she is The story sounds so fantastic that Bridgewater believes it to be made up just to gain his interest Amused he plays along and they both spend a night in an Inn albeit in separate rooms When Bridgewater realises she was telling the truth he feels duty bound to offer for her because he knows he has compromised her Stephanie accepts as she feels she has no option she has to marry to receive her inheritance and she does admire the Duke very much for what she feels was a good deed towards her But the easy communication between the two is now at an end Stephanie feels like a country bumpkin next to Bridgewater's family and despite being coached in her new duties by the dowager Duchess she feels she may never be sophisticated enough to fulfill her new duties and Bridgewater realises he wants a true marriage between them but seems unable to express his feelings in a way she understands them On their wedding day he decides to be truthful and tell her what he really thought about her when they met This makes Stephanie realise that he also has flaws; the man she thought had been so kind to her simply thought she was a trollop While this causes her some pain it was also a much needed conversation to clear the air between them After the initial big misunderstanding which I usually don't like that was uite funny and then the smaller ones that contributed to make this a very angsty read during their engagement Bridgewater and Stephanie will have to build their relationship on who they really are I found this a lovely entertaining story with very funny moments in the first half and then some poignant ones in the second It covers the dangers to women alone on the road the insecurity of meeting one's in laws and how difficult it is sometimes to understand others be it words or looks when you don't actually know them Another winnerGrade 455

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The Plumed BonnetLlied her name Alistair offers marriage to make amends And in this unlikely union Stephanie and Alistair make a welcome discovery that sometimes it’s possible to marry first then fall in lov. I enjoyed how the truth slowly unravels and the hero is hoisted with his own petard Heroine was sweet and I appreciated that once she knew his true motives she needed space to decide what was right for her She did lead him a merry dance which IMHO was well deserved

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