What a cute cute story. Sigh worthy for sure. I loved getting to see Harold's character in a new light. He isn't stuffy or arrogant or all that is holy. He is a guy who is stuck trying to decide if he made the right choices for himself. I loved reading about him and his struggles. I loved his climbing and how much he loved that part of himself yet hated it too because he thought he couldn't do that as a Vicar. I love Sarah and her challenge to him that she could be a better Vicar than he. I loved that silly game of theirs. I felt really bad for Sarah and the way she was treated by her awful uncle. YUCK! He was a yucky man. This was a cute story but more than that it was such a wonderful story about accepting yourself. I love reading books in the Regency time era especially if they are written by Sarah. They feel so real, like you are immersed in the time. I love all the rules of this time era and how they themselves add to the conflict of the story. Bravo Sarah, another fantastic book! This is why we always can't wait for your next one! I would recomend this book to everyone espically if they love books in the Regency time era. It is sweet, clean and full of a great message.