I read the first few chapters and couldn't go no further. I can tell this writer has read Pride & Prejudice and don't like the fact that I could recognize some of the lines. Also she was constantly describing the characters physical appearances over and over again. The characters are shallow too.
Arriving in England to find herself a suitable husband, Catherine Prescott D'Eauville wants the entire business settled as quickly as possible. The heiress of a wealthy American shipbuilder, she intends to find a man who will satisfy her father's desire for social standing and a title--and her own desire to be left alone.
As she makes her way through a carefully compiled list of eligible bachelors, the handsome Lord Weyland is close at hand to give her advice. Much to her surprise, he also gives her second thoughts about her practical marriage plans--and awakens in her heart a love beyond all sense...
About this title: American heiress Catherine Prescott D'Eauville has arrived in Britain to find a most suitable and practical husband. But when her advisor, Lord Weyland, helps her cross off the men on her list, Catherine wonders if true love is staring her in the face. Original.