Rebels of the ton #3
Published:September 28th 2021
Length: 352 pages
My Rating: ⭐⭐⭐
Once the reigning beauty of her social set, Celia–whom the newspapers dubbed Lady Infamous–has fallen on hard times and is practically destitute, her reputation in shreds. When Celia is forced to attend a society wedding as a companion to an elderly guest, she must confront the clique she once commanded; the gentleman she’d once hoped to marry–who is now wed to a girl Celia relentlessly taunted; and the powerful man who ruined her life a decade before–and is threatening to do so again…
A hero transformed…
Then there is Richard, the studious boy Celia used to ridicule, who is now gorgeous, wealthy, and more-than-a-little famous. As a youth, Richard was infatuated with Celia. He still seems intrigued, but Celia has acquired a shocking secret along with her hard-won humility. Will it put an end to the love blossoming between them? Does she have the courage to find out
I’ve read other books in this series and I suggest reading them in order as there is significant overlap.
While I was heartbroken for how Celia suffered and I was delighted she got to redeem herself I simply didn’t connect with story like I did with the previous book.
This is still a good read just not one of my favorites.
I received an arc of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.