The Virgin Betrothals by Victoria Winters
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
This story shares the story of three orphaned sisters. Their father had set them up with future husbands from babyhood. When this story opens it seems like such a harsh and unloving scene. The home they are living in seems full of gloom and the people employed in caring for these young ladies seem determined to hurt and humiliate them. When the oldest sister has enough after learning about the upcoming marriages with some help from her sister decides to take off because a life of service has to be better than what she is now facing. And it is at this point that the story does a huge shift. With the shock of this bold act is realized their "uncle" seems to wake up to the reality he has helped create and sets about to make changes. He realizes what is truly important. There is even some humours moments as the sisters get sorted out with the best husbands for them. When love is allowed to grow everyone ends up in the best possible way and happily ever after.
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