Married to a Perfect Stranger

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Married to a Perfect Stranger

It thought it was interesting to see how the two main characters reacted to each other in Married to a Perfect Stranger. In the story, it has been two years and they are not the same people they were when they first met. Mary’s character was funny and made me laugh because she is tough when she needs to be, but a sweetheart deep down. Her plan to help and tame little Arthur is commendable because he is such a handful. It was hard but they found a way to work together, and I think John realizes he must adjust his expectations. This is a book that I flew through with great pleasure. I have no problem recommending this book to anyone.

Marrying to please one's family is never a good idea and it usually doesn't end well. A month after Mary and John's wedding he must go off to China and leaves her to live with her great-aunt. Now John has come back and found that everything is different, including his dear wife. Mary is worried about her aunt, she's forgetful and not herself at all, so Mary calls upon her mother to help. After seeing the two different portraits her aunt drew, gives Mary enough proof that something is wrong.


Book Blurb for Married to a Perfect Stranger

Brand new Regency romance from RT Book Reviews Lifetime Achievement Award Nominee Jane Ashford

Time and distance have changed them both...

Quiet and obliging, Mary Fleming and John Bexley marry to please their families and John immediately leaves on a two-year diplomatic mission. Now John is back, and everything they thought they knew about each other was wrong...

It's disconcerting, irritating-and somehow all very exciting...


Night Owl Reviews Mar, 2015 4.00