A fortunate case of mistaken identity!
I was intrigued by the "mistaken identity" element of the story and couldn't wait to see how it got resolved! Wren's forced-husband, Beck, didn't even believe her when she said she wasn't Lady Anne, and it took a unique tactic to get him to finally believe her (no spoilers here!).
The dialogue was fun to read, especially when Beck spoke. He "spoke" with a Scottish accent, and the way Carol wrote the words made it very easy to imagine what he actually sounded like.
I enjoyed all of the characters in the story, especially Baron. While I wasn’t sure about him at first, he definitely grew on me by the end.
I thought the epilogue was well done, and thought it wrapped up as[ects of the story in a surprising way.
All in all, Carol had some fantastic ideas that made this unlike any other historical romance I have read, and I would be very interested in reading more books in this series!
***I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review***