About Adoring Abigail

adoring abigail

Captain Robert Wilkins has never aspired to grandeur. So when the returned war hero unexpectedly inherits the vast estate of Cattersley from his great-aunt, he feels woefully inadequate in his new role. Out of place in his lavish surroundings, his first glimmer of hope comes when he happens upon a lovely trespasser in his gardens.

Words have never come easily for Abigail Rutherford, and she prefers the solitude of exploring the gardens at the neighboring country estate to engaging in uncomfortable conversation. But when she unexpectedly encounters Captain Robert Wilkins in her place of solace, she is surprised at the immediate ease she feels in his presence. Soon her brightest moments are those spent with the captain. But even as their friendship grows into something more, outside forces have other plans for the two. Mr. Mead, the handsome vicar, has also taken a liking to the quiet and timid Abigail and he will stop at nothing to ensure she becomes his wife.

My Review

There are so many amazing looking Regency romances coming out this spring! I have been hearing great things about this one, so I was so excited to get to read it. And it lived up to the hype. I LOVED it!

This one is full of great characters. I loved Abigail, Robert, and his sister Hazel. I hope that Hazel is going to get her own story some time. There are also characters that I didn’t like. I’m not going to tell you who and prejudice you before you even pick up the book! Not liking characters is a huge sign for me that the author did a great job with her characters.

The plot was great. It kept me engaged during the whole time I was reading. I didn’t want to put it down to do anything, I just wanted to know what was going to happen to my beloved characters.

Make sure you grab your own copy of this one!

I was sent a copy of Adoring Abigail as a gift from the publisher. All opinions are my own.

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