My Dear Miss Dupre by Grace Hitchcock // Review

My Review: 
A delightful Edwardian twist on the drama and romance of the Bachelorette!

Willow Dupre is s savvy business woman ready to take the reins of her family's sugar empire, but in order to appease the shareholders she must make an advantageous match from New York's elite. I think she handled the whole situation with grace and I liked how the story kept me guessing who she would choose in the end. I'm not overly familiar with the Bachelor franchise, but even I could pick out some humorous nods to the reality show which I found cute. 

Willow had a very likable bunch of gentlemen, I especially liked Teddy, Kit and Cullen. It was a fun read, and I loved the idea of a Bachelorette-like competition set in historical New York society. There was great interaction between the characters, and I had no trouble keeping the main characters straight. I also liked how Willow holds to her faith, and also encourages others. 

Overall, a highly enjoyable read great for fans of feel-good romantic comedies, full of adventure! I can't wait to read the next one in the series!

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

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