Miranda Neville's "Confessions From an Arranged Marriage"" - #4 in the Burgundy Club series

Confessions from an Arranged Marriage - Miranda Neville

Really, really annoying heroine - her sense of entitlement to her dream of becoming a "great political hostess" was completely over the top. Has anyone, anywhere, met a 19-year-old girl whose dream in life is to be a "political hostess" and power-behind-the-throne??? The villain in the story was not consistently characterized, especially his final evil deed at the end, which was silly and seemed tacked on. However, the hero was terrific and his approach to his problem seemed believable to me, but his final reconciliation with his father did not, considering the father's previous, extremely negative and disparaging attitude towards his son.