The Wedding Bargain

The Wedding Bargain (Harlequin Historical, #336) - Emily French This one didn't really do it for me. The writing is very descriptive, but...I found the narrative voice kind of weird. While I don't necessarily expect historical accuracy, there were just times it read more as a late-1800s European historical than the set-in-1757 colonial America story that it purports to be.

The characters were decent and Rafe is a tortured hero, but I didn't really latch onto them and feel an emotional investment in their HEA.

This book also has anklebiters (Charity's twin boys), and I honestly cannot stand bratty kids in romance novels.