Cashmere

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Book Description


England, 1673: The Ashcroft family motto is "Question Convention," and eldest sister Violet agrees with the sentiment completely. For one thing, she's not planning to marry. Plain Violet is smart enough to realize any suitors would be after her large inheritance, or else interested in her beautiful younger sisters—and she'd much rather spend her time improving her mind than risking her tender heart...
Having wasted six years wooing a lady who eloped with another man, Ford Chase, Viscount Lakefield, has had it with women. Ford would much rather spend his time pursuing the sciences and constructing the first watch with a minute hand. Having his young niece dropped in his lap proves an unwelcome, annoying distraction...until an uncommonly intelligent neighbor named Violet comes to help...

Book Review


This is the story of Ford and Violet. The sweet version of the original book called Violet.The intellectual and scholarly Ford Chase is trying his best to come to terms with baby sitting his niece Jewel while the rest of her family suffers from measles. That's when Violet's Mum steps in with what seems to him a brilliant idea to keep Jewel occupied. 

Rowan and Jewel can play together leaving Ford free to his own devices while Violet baby sits them. Then as plans often do, it all falls apart because it's not just Jewel who is looking forward to visits from their neighbours. I love that he made her spectacles. That was just such a sweet gesture! I received the book as a gift from the authors in return for my honest opinion

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