Also I don't know why we have to buy the few pages, because you can buy the entire book only but that aside. To each their own. Even if it sounds like it I'm not judging. So the part for interest grabbing is for me different though. Because why did she have to disguise herself like a male? Her father probably called for to marry her off? That Handsome stranger we saw, a bit arogant, but he will probably end up with the young lady? And why are her parents divorced? No love or just necessity? So I got a lot of questions and honestly the cover looked interesting and the headline. Still I'd rather buy the entire book or if I'm in luck my sis has this one in her collection XD
Cressie may be the daughter of a count, but society regards her as plain and strange. Still, she's highly intelligent, sneaking into scientific society disguised as a man. Now, years after her debut in London society, she is yet unwed. Cressie then encounters Giovanni di Matteo, a world-famous artist hired for a portrait of her stepbrothers. Cressie and the comely Signor di Matteo discuss seriously art versus maths, and a connection grows. Can he see beyond her exterior... to the beauty within?