Miss Margaret Peterson (Meg) is
interested in only one thing—plants. That one-track interest
leads Meg into more trouble than she is prepared for. She
can handle the men who think she wants more than to discuss
the plants in the gardens. Of course she can. That’s why her
sister Emma decides too late to take over chaperone duties.
John Parker-Roth has the most amazing
and extensive gardens in England. And absolutely no desire
to get married. It’s too bad his mother doesn’t feel the
same and drags him off to town to look for a bride. His
mother is delighted when Parks is caught in a compromising
situation…twice…with Miss Peterson. Knowing his duty, Parks
proposes to Meg only to have her refuse his offer. He’s
surprised at how that disappoints him.
It seems that everyone they know wants
the two of them to marry. While Meg is trying to decide if
she will go to South America to search for unusual plant
specimens, Parks is still trying to convince himself that he
is NOT attracted to Meg. Good luck with that.
Funny. Funny. Funny. I love The
Naked Gentleman! This is the fourth in the series
and is just as funny and entertaining as the others. Meg and
Parks are just too much fun to read. I think I’ll read it