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Something in the Heir


 SOMETHING IN THE HEIR by Suzanne Enoch

Rating: ✨✨✨✨✨

An original premise, charming prose, and hilarious characters make this story a positive delight.

“Are there any more little blessings I should know about?”

Mrs. Pershing informs her husband that she has made up not one, but two children! To keep her estate Emmeline married her friend Will, but they didn’t have an obligatory child in five years. So she made some up. Her grandfather, the Duke who owns the estate, insists that she bring her children. The Pershing’s try to borrow children from neighbors but eventual are forced to get some from an orphanage.

The romance is subtle and sweet, but secondary to the family plot. The focus is on humorous antics and heartwarming family time as two partners, who are almost strangers, learn how to be parents.

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