Violet (Flower #1)

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Violet's story—first in the Flower Trilogy!

"Question convention." It's the Ashcroft family motto—and it's something eldest daughter, Violet, has been doing a lot of lately. For starters, she's decided not to get married—she'd much rather be improving her mind than losing her heart. Especially since most suitors would surely have their eyes on her considerable inheritance or on her ravishing younger sisters—not on her plain face.

Violet is convinced her very eligible neighbor, Ford Chase, is no exception. He's handsome, intelligent, even a little bit eccentric—his obsessions with astronomy and constructing a watch are most puzzling indeed! Violet can't deny she's intrigued. But could he ever really— sincerely —be interested in a woman as serious and self-conscious as she?

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