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Sir Richard Kenworthy has just less than a month to find a bride. He knows he can’t be too picky, but when he sees Iris Smythe-Smith hiding behind her cello in her infamous family musical, he thinks she’s struck gold. She’s the kind of girl you only notice on second or third glance, but there’s something about her, something simmering just below the surface, and he knows she’s the one for her.
Iris Smythe-Smith is used to being underestimated. With her blonde hair and her calm and cunning wit, she tends to take a backseat, and she likes that. When Richard Kenworthy demands an introduction, she becomes suspicious.
He flirts, he even charms, he gives the impression of a man who falls really in love with her, but she can’t believe it’s all true. And when her marriage proposal turns into a compromising position that forces the issue, she can’t help but think she’s hiding something…even when her heart tells her to say yes.
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Sir Richard Kenworthy must find a wife in less than a month. Although he hopes to find someone to have a decent life with, Richard knows that he cannot be too demanding. He then sees Iris Smythe-Smith trying to hide behind her cello at her family’s musical, and knows that he has found the perfect woman for her plans. Now if he could just get her to marry him quickly without asking too many questions…
Iris Smythe-Smith is not stupid. She knows that Richard is hiding something from her, but for once she has met a man who not only sees her, but actually seems to like and understand her. But after being ignored her entire life, she doesn’t entirely trust her motives. Richard then forces her into a compromising position, and she Iris has no choice but to marry him. Although she doesn’t understand her actions, Iris genuinely believes that she has a chance to be happy with her new husband. Then the real reason Richard needs a woman comes to light and threatens to break their fragile bond forever…
Julia Quinn knows how to write stories that are funny, charming and impossible to put down. The Mysteries of Sir Richard Kenworthy isn’t exactly your usual Mrs. Quinn fare, but thanks to the author’s talents, the pages of history fly by in an instant.
Iris Smythe-Smith is a gem. She is an intelligent and quiet woman with a quick wit that she often lurks in the background. They want to see her shine and draw her attention that she should be given such a captivating heroine. Simply put, Iris is easy to love. She’s no saint, but that just makes her an even better hero and it’s impossible not to give her the love she deserves from her. When Richard first woos her, despite knowing he’s using her, the two are so adorable together that it’s easy to get carried away with her teasing.
However, some of the brilliance of The Secrets of Sir Richard Kenworthy soon wears off, and that’s because of the hero. All the internal flogging in the world doesn’t make up for the fact that he’s choosing Iris to use from the start. The end may justify the means in her mind, but not in the minds of others. His secret, the reason for his marriage to Iris, seems pretty obvious from the start, and if this story hadn’t dragged on for so long, I might have liked Richard a lot more.
Mrs. Quinn does a good job of showing that he’s not a bad guy, but that doesn’t make him much of a hero. And Iris really deserves a great hero. I’m afraid I can’t say more about Richard without spoiling the story, so suffice it to say that it would have been nice if there was more of him to hold on to, with the negative traits of him (liar and manipulator) of him. ) were not that strong.
It is a testament to Mrs. Quinn’s skill as a writer that, though I had trouble with Richard, I was entertained by The Secrets of Sir Richard Kenworthy. Mrs. Quinn makes even the most serious of her books feel light and I devoured this story in a day. While this is the last book in the Smythe-Smith quartet, I do hope that Mrs. Quinn will one day return to supporting characters, because after all-too-brief appearances by comic Winston Bevelstoke and unicorn-obsessed Frances Pleinsworth, I desperately hope that these two get their own books.
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