Games in a Ballroom by Jentry Flint // Review

My Review: 

Emerson Latham is juggling the new responsibilities that come with being head of the household after the death of his father, and one thing he knows for sure is that he wants to court the friend of his sister, Miss Olivia Wilde. Her parents want to make a match for her with someone who has a title, something that Emerson doesn't possess. He devises a plan to court Olivia, and make his feelings known for the sweet hearted and witty woman who has captured his heart. 

A sweet Regency era romance with a playful twist. I liked the friendship between Olivia and Arabella, Arabella is such a good friend to Olivia supporting her through everything, and my heart went out to Oliva and her mother for what they had to endure at home. 

Emerson has matured since his younger years, but his feelings for Oliva have not waned. I liked that he makes it clear that he likes her and desperately is putting in the work to get out of the friendzone. 

Overall, this was a fun, lighthearted read, with a sweet romance. 

I received a complimentary copy of this book. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.

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