Suitors and Sabotage

Suitors and Sabotage Review

Shy aspiring artist Imogene Chively has just had a successful Season in London, complete with a suitor of her father's approval. Imogene is ambivalent about the young gentleman until he comes to visit her at the Chively estate with his younger brother in tow. When her interest is piqued, however, it is for the wrong brother.

Charming Ben Steeple has a secret: despite being an architectural apprentice, he has no drawing aptitude. When Imogene offers to teach him, Ben is soon smitten by the young lady he considers his brother's intended.

But hiding their true feelings becomes the least of their problems when, after a series of "accidents," it becomes apparent that someone means Ben harm. And as their affection for each other grows—despite their efforts to remain just friends—so does the danger. . .

Title:Suitors and Sabotage
Edition Language:English

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  • Alyssa

    4.5 stars. Might round up to five, haven't decided!***Review posted on The Eater of Books! blog***Suitors and Sabotage by Cindy AnsteyPublisher: Swoon ReadsPublication Date: April 17, 2018Rating: 4 st...

  • Stacee

    I have loved all of Cindy’s previous books, so I was beyond eager to start reading this one. I loved Imogene and Ben. She’s smart and he’s charming and together they’re really good people with...

  • Tin

    The story started as Imogene was supposed to be engaged to Ernest but as we get through the book, Imogene realized that she isn’t in love with Ernest but only see him as a friend because her heart b...

  • Scrill

    ARC received from Netgalley for a fair review.When Imogene has a good season in London, her family deems it best for the most suitable gentleman to join them over the summer. She is eager to get to kn...

  • Nadhira Satria

    I mean when do I ever say no to historical fiction?...

  • Cathy

    In which a young lady finds her attention is drawn to her charming but rather serious suitor’s hotter younger brother.’Apologies to Cindy Anstey for my rather poor attempt to emulate her humorous ...

  • mith

    hello friends, you can read this review on my blog as well!---I am a bit unsure about Suitors and Sabotage. One the one hand, I did like the growing attraction between Ben and Imogene. On the other, i...

  • Karlita

    Full Review at Tale Out Loud | Facebook | Twitter | InstagramActual rating: 3.5 out of 5 stars "Love was a gift, a compliment. It might not be reciprocated..." Imogene Chively's suitor Ernest Ste...

  • Rachael

    As a huge Jane Austen and Regency-era fan this book seemed right up my ally, but unfortunately I was just so incredibly….. bored and uninterested that I decided it just wasn’t worth it when I coul...

  • Kassie

    I've come to realize that I really enjoy historical fiction whether it has magic or not. Question that I don't have an answer to: was this story inspired by the play, The Importance of Being Ernest ??...