Six years after her mother's death, fashion writer Eloise Lawton finds a letter naming her father, a wealthy, titled man who was married at the time of her conception. Making contact is difficult, because her father is ill, and his stepson, furniture designer Jeremy Norland, is very protective. Complicating things even further is the attraction that flares between Eloise and Jeremy. Neither is prepared for it, nor has a clue how to deal with it! Natasha Oakley's Ordinary Girl, Society Groom (4) is moving and funny. Flawlessly plotted, its characters shine with originality and life.
Reviewed by: 
Catherine Witmer