Rules for dating a romantic hero

22 Aug

The final rule, Rule Twelve, is: Never walk into a maze unless someone knows the way out.

My baby daughter, boyfriend and I got lost in a maze this past summer in a stately home.

review 2: Review: Let's begin by saying that I only just realised that this was a sequel to A Hopeless Romantic, it seemed like it could have been a stand alone but I did feel as if I didn't know the characters enough, and that is probably the reason why.

The two main characters, Laura and Nick, are in love, but are from two very different walks of life.

From the very beginning, you feel the struggle these characters are facing and hope that they find a way to be together without any strain put on the two of them. Imagine what’s it like being a completely normal girl who just happens to be dating the most eligible bachelor in Britain today?Someone who owns a huge Downton Abbey-like stately home, is tall and handsome and kind, and whom you love more than you ever thought it possible to love someone?But the relief when we worked the right way out was considerable, and we had a gorgeous cream tea afterwards, as though we’d been missing for years instead of a few minutes. Maybe that should be the thirteenth, unwritten rule.The most flamboyant and notorious of the major Romantics, George Gordon, Lord Byron, was likewise the most fashionable poet of the day.