Let Love Find You - Johanna Lindsey

Let Love Find You

Artist Johanna Lindsey

  • Release Date: 2012-06-12
  • Genre: Historical
Score: 4
4
From 196 Ratings

Description

#1 New York Times bestselling author Johanna Lindsey delivers the “potent, sexy chemistry” (Booklist) and witty repartee for which she is adored in this dazzling regency romance about a desperate debutante whose family hires an innovative matchmaker to ensure her marriage.

London society has its very own Cupid. Renowned horse breeder and occasional matchmaker Devin Baldwin pairs eligible young ladies with suitable gentlemen based on his theory of animal magnetism. Unafraid of ruffling feathers, this darkly handsome Cupid doles out tips for bettering one’s chances of meeting a mate that are as pointed as the love legend’s sharpest arrows!

Lovely Amanda Locke, the daughter of a duke, is everything a nobleman could desire, yet she enters her third Season still searching for a match. Gossipmongers’ tongues are wagging, and her mystified family is considering drastic measures to find her a husband. But the insufferable advice of this Cupid fellow is the last thing Amanda wants.

When an earl passionate about horses becomes the target of her husband hunt, Amanda knows it’s time to overcome her fear of riding. With her sister-in-law Ophelia hastening the romance along by arranging riding lessons, Amanda is soon taking instruction from infuriating Devin Baldwin. Astonishingly, in her daily encounters with Devin—who treats her as an ordinary young woman, not a prize to be won at the marriage mart—Amanda experiences passion for the first time. Now, her search for a match takes her in an unexpected direction as she finds herself falling in love with Cupid himself.

Reviews

  • Had a hard time getting in to it

    2
    By What hell what hell
    Usually will finish her books but could not really like this book
  • Not Interesting.... 😒😴💤💤

    1
    By Miss_Particular
    I'd had such high hopes of escaping with this book... I usually can with one of Johanna Lindsey romances. Unfortunately, this book isn't providing me with much of a fantasy outlet. I've read quite a few selections from this author and I'm always left wanting more... I just couldn't get into this book. It's too boring for lack of a better word and after reading it up to chapter twelve I'd had enough, and found myself reading a brand new book from another author just to shake off my dissatisfaction from reading this book. I've never done that before while reading a book by JL and it's disappointing. I'm not going to give the book away but, the heroine is too spoiled and self involved, which makes it hard to feel sorry for her situation. The hero is too good for the heroine and usually that would be a good thing if you actually like the heroine... I couldn't. Next time I will have to read the preview... Never thought I'd have to do that with this author. 😒
  • Ghost Writer?

    1
    By Loleecha
    Not the witty writing style that I have grown to love with Johanna Lindsey's books. Very simplistic, too many exclamation points, and lacking in amusing dialogue. Felt like Lindsey's teenage niece wrote this instead of her... Disappointing to say the least
  • Let love find you

    5
    By Ruchelepoohbear
    I have waited a long time for this book. Since book one. I have gone to a site that has this book in the wrong part. This is the third book of I call the Locke family, it is placed under the Reid family, but these books are about the Locke's. I love how we see Duncan and Sabrina again. I had hoped this would be book two, but am thrilled with the wait. I think it is the best!!! I feel it is complete. Mrs. Lindsey, I most greatly thank you for this book. You shine the best as far as I am concerned. I truly love these characters, I am now going to read the series backwards. I have all of Mrs. Lindsey's books. I have myself on a reading schedule. I have her books in order. Love your work. Would love to know if Marshal Malory is going to have a love interest next? Or Percy? Am looking forward to this book coming out in paper back. Right now just have it on my IPad.
  • Not the best ...

    1
    By amjoie
    I couldn't get into this story. That bothered me, because Johanna Lindsey is one of my favorite authors, and I have always loved her style. So I went back and read a few pages from several of her earlier works, just to see if I had become jaded. But I still loved her earlier books, just not this one. in comparison, this book doesn't even match her earlier style. It feels like a completely different author, and one I cannot appreciate. The pacing is different (feeling almost choppy), it relies on lifeless "background past tense" segments, the humor is different, the language is different. It just doesn't feel like her. I'd call it a radical departure from the style that made her one of the best loved authors. If this is any indication of where her books will be going in the future, I will never buy any her books without previewing, again.
  • Wonderful. You just have to love Joanna Lindsey

    5
    By Atlanticeyes
    From her first book to this one she is my favorite author. Every book of hers I read is better than the last.
  • Great story

    5
    By FlockWSO
    Very well developed story line. Fantastic book! Some unexpected twists.
  • Lukewarm romance

    2
    By Emmie Jai
    I felt like this story was a waste of money. The plot was overly simplistic, with no surprises, twists or turns to hold the reader's interest. The dialogue was frankly boring and I ended up skipping through the middle just to finish it! Perhaps a better audience would be high school level readers.
  • Another great book from Lindsey!

    4
    By Dugiebug
    I have officially read every book that Johanna Lindsey has written. Just like all the others, this one does not disappoint. I wish it had been a little steamier but still a great read.
  • Let Love Find You

    5
    By Omanani
    This book was wonderful I have read all of her books and they always leave me wanting her next one. My favorite ones are the Mallory novels. Bring them on.

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