Review--Once Upon a Dream

Once Upon A DreamOnce Upon A Dream by Mary Balogh
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I liked Eleanor Thompson in Slightly Dangerous, Wulfric's story in the Bedwyn Saga. She seemed sensible, but destined for spinsterhood. However, even confirmed single ladies may find they want someone to put a ring on it, when they meet the right someone. Eleanor meets that someone, a widower with two small children, one of whom schemes to marry her father off to Miss Thompson.

This is one of Balogh's trademark gentle stories of good people finding their HEA. No pirates, no spies, no superheated drama, just people who don't want to be alone for the rest of their lives, especially when they meet the person who disturbs their thoughts and dreams.

I'm glad we had this little addition to the Bedwyn Saga. It was like an after dinner mint, refreshing, and just the right size.

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