Lady Elizabeth Hampton has to marry well, and she has nothing but her beauty and sense of fashion to offer. The last man she needs to be interested in his her brother’s annoying friend, Lord St. Cleve. Not only is he short in the pockets so to speak financially, but he also has this way of mocking her that drives Elizabeth up the wall. Most definitely, she should not be interested in him.
Lord St. Cleve detests snobbery, and at first glance that is all he sees when he looks in Lady Elizabeth’s direction. But appearances are often quite deceiving, and soon the things St. Cleve despises most about Elizabeth, become the things he cannot live without in his life. Before Elizabeth and St. Cleve can realize they are the perfect match, an old villain resurfaces and threatens to destroy their future together.
Cut From the Same Cloth is a delightful romp with an enchanting cast of characters, and it is undoubtedly one of the best regency romances of the year.
Elizabeth and St. Cleve are a delightful couple who will charm readers with their clever, humorous banter. St. Cleve’s Aunt will also have readers holding their sides in merriment as they observe her planning her nephew’s future without his assistance. Sometimes, aunts do know best.
These pleasant characters stand out brightly against an engaging plot. Although the story line is not a unique one, Baldwin’s flawless writing makes it seems brand new.
Cut From the Same Cloth is one novel you are sure to enjoy. You will be quick to place it on your keeper shelf.