A Hoyden and an Heiress (Greenford Waters Book 4) by Kristen Vayden
Berty’s story has been long awaited. Berty is a strong, outgoing, spunky, and outspoken young lady. Henry is a reserved, dull, and rigidly controlled spy. Throughout the series pervious installments I never expected Berty’s story to be anything less than it was. As a reader I could always tell that Berty would never fall in love with a conventional gentleman. I could always picture her with someone completely her opposite and possibly not of the same rank or station as she. This book does not disappoint. The characters come alive on the page, the reader is almost transported to Greenford Waters as an onlooker to the story. Their chemistry and interactions do not disappoint, running true to Berty’s nature. An epilogue later in life with all the characters would be a welcome addition to the series.