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( Read E-pub ) á Let It Be Love á When New York Times bestselling author Victoria Alexander created the Effingtons, she introduced an irresistible clan Now, meet her most unforgettable hero yetDashing Jonathon Effington, the Marquess of Helmsley, has had than one lady willingly fall into his arms But he s so delicious none has ever complained at their inevitable parting And while Jonathon s no stranger to passion of the flesh, his heart has remained untouched Until nowAt each Christmas Ball, Jonathon selects a delectable lady to share the pleasures of the evening after all, it s a holiday tradition But he is shocked to discover that his choice is replaced by an enchanting stranger who surprises him with a proposal of marriage Beautiful Fiona Fairchild is desperate only a wedding will save her sisters and her inheritance But Jonathon has no interest in marriage, and what starts as a shocking proposal turns into a scandalous proposition that might ruin them both It was indeed funny I love Fiona She knows what she wants. Same old, same old enjoyable until the last 50 pages, when the dreaded last minute lovers tiff that just might end it all saunters onto the scene HEROINE You ve LIED to me HERO Yes, um, sorry, but I only did it cuz I loved you and I didn t know it yet.HEROINE I m only an OBLIGATION to you HERO No, not at all I m just, y know, an idiot Which I have, by the way, told you seventeen times in this novel So you shouldn t be surprised, really.HEROINE I don t want to be an OBLIGATION, you dast Same old, same old enjoyable until the last 50 pages, when the dreaded last minute lovers tiff that just might end it all saunters onto the scene HEROINE You ve LIED to me HERO Yes, um, sorry, but I only did it cuz I loved you and I didn t know it yet.HEROINE I m only an OBLIGATION to you HERO No, not at all I m just, y know, an idiot Which I have, by the way, told you seventeen times in this novel So you shouldn t be surprised, really.HEROINE I don t want to be an OBLIGATION, you dastard HERO Uhbut I love you HEROINE Get out GET OUT HERO doesn t say anything about heroine s own flaws overweening pride compulsive fear cold feet HEROINE GET OUT HERO shuffles slump shouldered away HEROINE And DON T COME BACK At least, not until you ve figured out some grand gesture to prove how perfect I am and how stupid you are.HERO obligingly sets the stage for a married life of henpecked misery Why is it always the hero who s wrong Why can t they both just be human beings from time to time, each imperfect in their own way, each willing to admit their flaws and forgive both one another and themselves This sort of thing is what separates good romance novels from good bonfire material If I weren t afraid of alcohol poisoning by the end of Chapter One, I would do a drinking game with this Author s books The rules would be simple every time a character murmured, muttered or spoke under their breath, take a shot Since pretty much every page has one orof those phrases I d be trashed in no time That said, this was a decent enough story Will continue reading her despite her over dependence on certain phrases. Victorian era I did not care for the premise of this story Fiona the heroine was too bold And I liked the hero Jonathan s personality better as a 2ndary character in A Little Bit Wicked Last Man Standing 1 Jon came across as weak and a bit of a whiner in his story, the opposite of his mature, decisive self in his 2ndary role Several friends in Let It Be Love noted Jon s confidence If he had that, it must have been on vacay After awhile I lost interest in the MCs The best aspect of t Victorian era I did not care for the premise of this story Fiona the heroine was too bold And I liked the hero Jonathan s personality better as a 2ndary character in A Little Bit Wicked Last Man Standing 1 Jon came across as weak and a bit of a whiner in his story, the opposite of his mature, decisive self in his 2ndary role Several friends in Let It Be Love noted Jon s confidence If he had that, it must have been on vacay After awhile I lost interest in the MCs The best aspect of this story was how the ladies supported each other IE Fiona, Lady Judith, Aunt Edwina This author can do much better than this effort