A Most Inconvenient Love by Ruth Logan Herne ~ Review

Lucie's Review:

Seb Ward has worked hard to make a life for himself apart from his complicated family and all their drama. Seb is a successful businessman who has worked hard to maintain a good reputation, but when a boy arrives on the train with an uncanny resemblance to himself.

The boy takes instantly to the new teacher, Rachel Eichas. Her father was a business first man, who rarely had time for her, so that is the last thing she is looking for in a man.

Will Rachel and Seb see past their outward reservations and give love a chance?

Rachel offers to help Seb out by taking Eli under her wing, he is an adorable young boy, 5 yrs old and eager to please. He misses his mother, and instantly takes to Rachel. Rachel doesn't want to pass judgement on Seb, despite what the gossip, she tries to give him time to explain the situation. Rachel is not a complainer, and she is good at making do with what she has. I like her compassion and heart for the children that she teaches. She is independent with a love of learning that she shares with the children.

Seb has worked hard to maintain a good reputation, to forge a different legacy than the one that his family has hidden with their wealth. He is very sober-minded and holds himself to a high standard. He accepts Eli and wants to give him a loving home with a good childhood. He reminds me of a Midwestern Mr. Darcy.

Overall a wonderful start to a sure to be fun series, I loved how it is set South Dakota and revisits many of the characters that we were introduced to in The Sewing Sisters' Society. Great interaction, and a good sense of community, I liked how Rachel and Seb grew in their faith. A well written read, with characters that captured my heart.

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