To Catch a Suitor

About the Book:

To Catch A Suitor: A Regency Romance (Dalton Family Book 2) by [Sarah Adams]

Title: To Catch a Suitor
Author: Sarah Adams
Release Date:
March 1, 2020
Genre: Historical Romance

Love is patient, love is kind. Elizabeth, however, is quite finished with both of those virtues.

Elizabeth Ashburn is sure of two things: She is in love with her best friend, and he is not in love with her. Tired of wasting her feelings on a man who only sees her as Little Lizzie, she sets out for her first London Season with the intent of pushing Oliver Turner out of her heart. It is time to focus on making a match with a gentleman who will love her in return. Elizabeth is determined to quiet her adventurous heart and catch the attention of the man Society has deemed the Unobtainable.

If only Oliver wouldn’t turn up around every corner, sweeping her off her feet, rescuing her from one unfortunate mishap after another. How is she supposed to forget him if he is always reminding her of why she adores him?

Oliver Turner is sure of two things: He is deeply in love with Lizzie, and he must let her go.

Book Review:

I had read To Con a Gentleman and I knew that I had to read To Catch a Suitor to see what would happen to Oliver and Elizabeth. I was so happy with the outcome! To Catch a Suitor is the second book in Sarah Adams, Dalton Family series. This book is set closely after To Con a Gentleman, it was very much like the first book and yet it had its own charms.

I liked Elizabeth a lot, I felt really bad for her as she tried to figure out what it meant to live in society. She tried so hard to get over Oliver and to prove to him and herself that she was a lady. But she couldn’t change herself, she was perfect just the way she was. I loved how strong Elizabeth was, but that she also had doubts.

I wanted to hit Oliver over the head multiple times, but I also really liked him. He tried so hard, he just wanted what was best for Elizabeth. He had a bad relationship with his father, so he feared for the man he would become. But he was a kind man and he really cared for people, especially the Dalton family. He had to learn to get over his past and embrace his future. 

I really felt like Oliver and Elizabeth competed with each other. He allowed her to be herself. And she helped him trust others. They were cute together and I really liked how they were friends first. I also really liked having Rose and Carver. They made this book so much better and it was so cool to see them together. 

This was another laugh-out-loud book and I really enjoyed it. I would definitely recommend this book, I can’t wait to see what else Sarah writes!

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