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Reviewed by Lynette Fowlston for Readers' Favorite
Richard Harding and Georgianna Rowland had been friends since childhood. He was there for her when her father died. He taught her how to ride, drive, and dance. Richard was ready for more than friendship. He wants Georgianna for his wife. When he finally got up the nerve to propose, Georgianna thought he was teasing. They had been friends forever. He was joking right? She wondered what he would do if she accepted... run? It was time for her younger sister’s first season and Georgianna was not married yet, their mother was being a royal pain. Georgie took the responsibility for preparing her sister and watching over her. Georgianna’s mother was rude to Lady Shipton. This gave Georgianna a reason to befriend Ms Shipton. Richard has not given up on Georgianna. Every chance he gets he proposes once again. WIll Georgianna finally realize he is not joking and find that maybe their friendship can be more.
"Mr. Harding Proposes" by Catherine Dove is a delightful historical romance with endearing primary and secondary characters, and an engaging plot. If you are a fan or romance, you will love this book! Well done Mrs. Dove!