Sue Greene is one of the most interesting and appealing heroines I have come across between the pages of a book. She is so easy to relate to, (klutzy women need to unite) and so darn amiable. After all how can you not like a young lady who seeks out the dessert table before scanning her surroundings for eligible bachelors? I wholeheartedly disliked Sue’s mother and felt my heart ache for the way she treated her eldest daughter. Sue deserved not only kindness from her family but love and acceptance as well and I was so glad when Lord Steelings opened his eyes to see the wonderful woman in front of him. Even when I wanted to cuff him in the back of head for his ignorance I fell under the same spell Sue did. This is the second book I've read by this author and I'm a huge fan, she is definitely going on my must-read list as she writes with passion, humor and a heartfeltness that I couldn't help but get lost in. I'm looking forward to reading the adventures of many of the other characters I've met in this and the previous book.