#Review ~ Miss Wilton’s Waltz (A Proper Romance #4) by Josi S. Kilpack

Posted May 24, 2018 by Michelle in Review / 0 Comments

I read The Vicar’s Daughter last year and always hoped that Lenora would get her happy ending. When I was offered this book to read I couldn’t pass up finding out what happens. This was such a sweet and romance book. I loved Aiden Asher he was so patient and determined. He was also such a gentlemen when it came to Lenora but he had secrets that almost ruined everything. I give an author a lot of credit when she can create a character that you hate, like want to shake them and then turn around and make a second characters that you could hate even more than the first. OMG! The niece was a MONSTER but eventually she wasn’t so bad but that other character (keeping it to myself to avoid spoilers) she was awful.

I have such a love for Clean Romance, I love the build of the characters and the focus on the story. The romance is such a slow climb that when they finally kiss you feel the butterflies in your stomach too. After the first book I was so sad for Lenora and as the book progressed I felt like she started to get her own voice. Like she was able to better stand up for herself. She grows a lot in the book and the HEA is heartwarming and almost exactly how I wanted her ending to be.

This is book #4 but if I was suggesting an order I would say read The Vicar’s Daughter first before reading this one. You will get an even better understanding of Lenora and how things progressed up until the start of this book. I highly recommend this book. Such a sweet and loving story, I adore these two characters.

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