I Can't Wait for... A Whimsical Notion by Jennie Goutet (Can't-Wait Wednesday/Waiting on Wednesday) #CWW #WOW #cleanromance #romancebooks #histfic #regency

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This author is steadily becoming a favorite in Regency romance. So far I've loved the books I've read of hers (reviews coming). Her upcoming release is my pick this week...

A Whimsical Notion
(Daughters of the Gentry #1)
By Jennie Goutet
Adult Historical Romance
Paperback & ebook
October 12, 2022


She wins at everything—even capturing his heart.

Philip Townsend is too busy trying to render his estate profitable to worry about managing its rundown household, much less find a wife to comfort and adore him during his secretly lonely nights. His beautiful and competent neighbor Honoria should be the logical choice were it not for the perennial competition between them that bodes little peace.

Honoria Bassett takes pride in a household well run. And until her brother is ready to settle down and marry, that is precisely what she is doing on their family’s small estate. She refuses to allow herself to dwell on her frustrating neighbor Philip who always shows up when it is most inconvenient. She is certainly ignoring the firm set of his lips, especially when quirked upward in a grin that does strange things to her heart.

When challenges on their individual estates arise, Philip and Honoria turn to one another for advice and guidance. Now in constant company, feelings for one another arise that threaten their determination to remain friends. As the threads of love and logic become increasingly hard to separate, they must decide if they belong together because it’s convenient—or because it’s destiny.
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Will you be reading this one?

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