The Headmistress of Rosemere by Sarah E. Ladd
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
I adored the first book in this series but I think this one may be even better.
Then again, I do like a bad boy in my fiction and William is a perfect balance between bad boy and good guy.
If you liked Graham in book one then you will love William. His character is written so well that you’ll keep turning pages until you finish the story.
Don’t pick this story up unless you have a lot of time because you will not want to put it down.
I do have one complaint but it isn’t enough for me to bump down the rating: I wanted to find out what happened to Helena from book one and felt for sure I’d have learned more with book two. I even confused Isabella for Helena at one point and had to pick back up the other book to check it out. I felt that her story conclusion needs to be explored but since it wasn’t addressed at all in this book I fear that I will never know.
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Patience has had to step up and fill the role as headmistress for the girl’s school that her father started. She feels that she has done her best and yet when her brother returns he makes feel inadequate and unappreciated.
Graham has made her acquaintance and though he is intrigued by her—he has a past that could threaten her safety.
There is also a mystery that Patience wish to solve—the parentage of one of her young girls in her school. I felt this particular story part of the tale was a bit too predictable. I knew from the get go how that was going to wrap up so I was a bit disappointed that there wasn’t a huge surprise of some sort.
Overall, this is still a fantastic book and I can’t wait to read book three.
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