Marrying Miss Milton by Ashtyn Newbold

The second book in the Brides of Brighton Series. A sweet and clean regency romance.

Book Synopsis

Tall, dark, and brooding, the Viscount of Barnet stole Jane Milton’s heart the day she saw him astride his black horse in the woods. With her three seemingly perfect younger sisters now married, Jane might finally have a chance to win him over. When she learns of his upcoming trip to Brighton, she grasps at an opportunity to be a companion to an elderly woman there, in order to follow—er—accompany Lord Barnet to the seaside town.

Mr. Philip Honeyfield has suffered the dreaded misfortune of inheriting a title. Ungainly and shy, how can he perform well in the eye of society? To navigate his new role, Philip seeks advice from an unlikely source. When he is smitten by his grandmother’s new companion, Miss Jane Milton, his advisor offers one final piece of counsel: he must kiss her at the upcoming ball.

But a moonlit kiss can be catastrophic when witnessed by a cunning mother, a marriage can be inconvenient when forced, and a woman’s heart can be difficult to win when it belongs to another. Can an unexpected love conquer Jane’s resentment and Philip’s regret? Or will that simple kiss turn out to be his greatest misfortune of all?


Review

*Non Spoiler Review*

Hmmm where can I start. It was a sweet story, maybe a little forgettable in my opinion. Jane was a little too transparent for my liking, but maybe I am jaded by so many regency romances. She felt very young and immature, which in a way did suit the situation she found herself in.

It was well written and the story had an easy flow to it. I did sympathise with both main characters and was happy with the whole reading experience.

Overall, a pleasant little read.

Rating: 4/5

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